T-Mobile has started releasing the official Android 7.0 Nougat Update with build number J327TUVU1AQF7 For it’s Galaxy J3 Prime SM-J327T.The Update will be available via OTA (Over-the-air).Here we have direct links to download the T-Mobile Galaxy J3 Prime J327TUVU1AQF7 Nougat Update firmware.
The firmware includes June security patch update and comes with all the Android nougat features.It also comes with stability and performance improvements and many bug fixes.We recommend users to Update Galaxy J3 Prime SM-J327T To J327TUVU1AQF7 Nougat Firmware.
The Update will be available via OTA and may pop up in your notification bar.You can manually check for the update.For doing so, go to Settings -> About device -> Check Software updates.
If you want to manually install this new update then fulfill few pre-requisites, complete a few downloads, and then follow this step by step guide.
|Device Name||Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime (T-Mobile)|
|Version||Android 7.0 Nougat|
|Android Security Patch Level||01 June 2017|
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- This Update is only for T-Mobile Galaxy J3 Prime so do not install in on any other variants it will damage your device.
- We recommend taking a and proceed.
- Enable USB debugging by going to Settings -> Developer Options -> Enable USB Debugging (If developer option is not enabled, enable it by going to settings > about phone>build number and tap 7 times on the build number)
- Maintain 50-60% battery to prevent sudden shutdown between the process.
Steps To Install T-Mobile Galaxy J3 Prime J327TUVU1AQF7 Nougat Update | Android 7.0
Step 1 Download the Odin Flash Tool From the download section and install it on your Computer.
Step 2 Now Download and Install the Samsung USB Drivers On Your Computer
Step 3 Next, Download the Firmware Update from the download section and remember the path.
Step 4 Now follow the guide below to safely Install T-Mobile Galaxy J3 Prime J327TUVU1AQF7 Nougat Update Using Odin Flash tool
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