• Пн. Май 29th, 2023

How to Flash / Install Android 7.0 Nougat Image File Manually

As we all know Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat (Build NRD90M) firmware / software is now officially available for all Android-powered smartphones and tablet devices, so if you’re one of those lucky user who’s mobile phone is compatible and supported with Android Nougat 7.0 Update, then you can follow our working guide and tutorial to Manually Install and Flash Android 7.0 Nougat Factory System Image Files on Android Smartphones and Tablets devices for free to experience all new features and functionalities of Android Nougat.

Install Android 7.0 Nougat Image File Manually

Prerequisites for Android 7.0 Nougat Installation:

  • Install and Setup ADB and Fastboot on your Windows, macOS or Linux PC or Laptop.
  • Download Android 7.0 Nougat Final Version Image Files.
  • Backup your phone’s data and files at a suitable location.

How to Flash & Install Android 7.0 Nougat Image on Android Smartphone & Tablet?

Step # 1: After download system factory image files via above direct links, unzip it to your PC’s desktop location.

Step # 2: Now connect your Android phone using data cable with your computer.

Step # 3: While your phone is successfully connected, start your phone in Fastboot mode. Keep your device powered on and open a command prompt on Windows or terminal on macOS or Linux and run following lines;

  • adb reboot bootloader

Step # 4: You need to unlock your phone’s bootloader, just write following lines in command prompt or terminal program.

For Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and all newer Android phones:

  • fastboot flashing unlock

For older Android phones:

  • fastboot oem unlock

Step # 5: After that your phone will display you a confirmation screen, if you have already made a backup of your device data then move forward, because it will completely erased your phone data.

Step # 6: Now navigate to your unzipped system factory image folder (Step 1), within the command prompt/terminal program.

Step # 7: You now need to run flash-all script. For Windows, write: flash-all.bat — For macOS and Linux, write: flash-all.sh.

Note: In order to ensure this script works from this directory, make sure that you have the fastboot tool added to your computer’s PATH variable.

Step # 8: Your device will restart after successful flashing. Now you can again lock phone’s bootloader, by simply starting your phone in fastboot mode again (Step 3), and run following lines within command prompt/terminal program.

For older Android phones:

  • fastboot oem lock

For Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and all newer Android phones:

  • fastboot flashing lock

Step # 9: Now this command may or may not erase your device data again, and your phone will reboot again. Congratulations!! You’re done.

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