A public Samsung Galaxy S7 root for Nougat is now available. If you’re thinking about rooting the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge Nougat update, here are a few things to consider before making the move.
It took some time but there’s now a way to root your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge running Samsung’s version of the Android 7.0 Nougat update.
Many power users have already made the decision to root their device. If you know what you’re doing, and are aware of the benefits and risks, you’re probably good to go.
If you’re new to Android and/or rooting, there are some things you should know before you root your Galaxy S7 with Nougat on board.
The Galaxy S7 Nougat root is now available for Qualcomm-powered models which means AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge users can now unlock their devices.
The root will also work for the Sprint Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge models though users are reporting issues. More on that situation in a bit.
Now that a root is available, you might be thinking about taking the plunge. We don’t blame you. Rooting still serves an excellent purpose and it’s one of Android’s many perks.
That said, it’s not something you’ll want to rush into, especially if you don’t consider yourself an Android power user.
While some of you will want to install the Galaxy S7 Nougat root today or in the near future, others might want to hold out for a day, a week, or longer. Today, we want to outline some of the basic principals to non-experts.
Root If You Hate Bloatware
Samsung and its carrier partners are notorious for loading up Galaxy smartphones and tablets with tons of bloatware aka apps and services you'll never use. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are no different.
The two flagship devices both feature tons of bloatware. If you're sick of looking at Amazon Kindle, NFL Mobile, VZ Protect, or some other piece of bloat and you want to free up some space on your phone, think about rooting your device.
Rooting your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge will effectively give you total control over your device. You determine what you see and what takes up space. You can get rid of all that of that clutter and get rid of it for good.
With a rooted Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, you'll be able to banish any Samsung/carrier/third-party apps and services you don't want or need. It'll help you cut down on the clutter and if you're lucky, improve your device's performance.
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