Follow the detailed guide to install stock Nougat ZPLH ported firmware on T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge G935T. 4th Nougat beta update for Galaxy S7 Edge G935F is released a few days back but devices carrying carrier logo(T-Mobile) are still waiting for their turn. But developers at XDA have modified the fourth Nougat beta and made it stable enough to be settle down on T-Mobile S7 Edge G935T.
Odin tool is needed for flashing the stock Samsung firmware but flashing the ported Nougat ZPLH firmware for T-Mobile S7 Edge will be treated as TWRP flashable file because it’s a custom ROM (Though it is stock but modified firmware). So you need to have a working TWRP recovery installed on your device for flashing the Nougat ZPLH firmware on T-Mobile S7 Edge G935T.
The ZPLH firmware for S7 Edge G935T has brought all the stock features in beta 4 with modifications, KNOX and FOTA client has been removed. Stock Modem and bootloader file is also given if you are running below Nougat update. We have mentioned the step by step process to flash the stock Nougat ZPLH ported firmware on T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge G935T.
Latest USB drivers must be installed on PC, because you need to connect your device to PC for data transfer.
Battery must be in good health approx 80%.
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How to install stock Nougat ZPLH ported firmware on T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge G935T
Disclaimer: You are about flash the custom firmware on your device so risks are associated in flashing process. You need to pay full attention on the instruction to avoid issues.
Step-1: Connect your device to PC and transfer the download ROM zip on device storage.
Step-2: Now reboot into recovery mode on your Galaxy S7. Follow this guide to see how to boot into recovery mode.
Step-3: Once in recovery mode, Tap on ‘Wipe’ then swipe the slider from left to right to begin the wipe process (This will reset your device to factory)
Step-4: Now it’s the time to flash the ROM on your device. Choose install and navigate to the folder in which you have copied the ROM file
Step-5: Swipe across the slider to confirm install, wait for a few minutes till the file is completely installed in your device.
Step-6: Once done with the installation process, reboot your device.
Note: If your device stuck at boot logo or taking longer then 7-12 minutes then it sounds like you are stuck in bootloop so follow this guide to fix the bootloop issue