Samsung has finally started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat Update for Galaxy A9 Pro smartphones in India. In case, you have not received the OTA update yet, you can manually download the OTA file and update it in your Samsung A9 Pro to Nougat. The OTA file size is around 2 GB and you will need ODIN to flash it on your device. The update is a stable version that is officially released.
Hence, you do not have to worry about bugs and crashes anymore. You can available all the features in Android 7.0 Nougat on your Samsung A9 Pro SM-A910F such as better UX and performance and battery improvement.Now Follow the guide to Manually Update Galaxy A9 Pro to Android 7.0 Nougat
- This firmware update is for Galaxy A9 Pro SM-A910F model. Do not try it on other models as your device may get damaged.
- Take a complete backup of your device as the flashing process will be initiated after a complete wipeout.
- Keep the battery charge to at least 60% to prevent accidental shutdowns.
- Download Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware for Galaxy A9 Pro(India)
- Download Android 7.0 Nougat Firmware for Galaxy A9 Pro(Other Countries)
- Download Latest ODIN Tool
TheDroidGuru.com will not be responsible for any damage that might occur to your device while performing the following steps. Hence, you should proceed at your own risk.Now proceed to the steps to Update Galaxy A9 Pro to Android 7.0 Nougat Manually
Steps To Update Galaxy A9 Pro to Android 7.0 Nougat Manually
Step 1. Go to About Phone from Settings and tap on the Build Number 7 times. Then go to Settings> Developer Options and enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlock.
Step 2. Download ODIN Tool and extract the ZIP file. Run the Exe file of ODIN from the extracted folder.
Step 3. Connect Galaxy A9 Pro to your computer via USB cable and reboot into Odin/Download mode. For that, press Home+ Volume Down + Power button together.
Step 4. Once you boot into Odin/Download mode, you will see ID:COM on Odin Tool running on your computer turning blue and receive a message “Added” in the message box of ODIN tool. It means your device is recognized. In case, it does not turn blue or show message, there must be an error like you have not installed USB driver and stuff like that.
Step 5. Assuming you have already downloaded The Firmware from the download section and extracted the file, locate and add stockfirmware.tar or .md5 file to AP/PDA of ODIN tool.
Step 6. Tick mark Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time option. Click on Start button and the flashing process will begin.
Once done, you will see Green Colored Pass Message. Then you can disconnect your smartphone and give it a normal reboot to start using Android 7.0 Nougat.