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How to Download and Install Android Oreo 8.0.0 on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint

Written by Ashish Patel

How to Download and Install Android Oreo 8.0.0 on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint

In this Guide, You will be able to learn How to Download and Install Android Oreo 8.0.0 on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint. We are Here with Android oreo for Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint Using Lineage OS 15.

Android Oreo for Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint:- if you are a Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint User then we have a good news for you as an Android Oreo is Available for the Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint. Now user can install android Oreo on the device. Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint user has to install TWRP recovery and gain Root access by flashing the SuperSu or Magisk. in this guide you will be able to learn how to update Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint to Android O 8.0.0.

How to Download and Install Android Oreo 8.0.0 on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint

 

Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint Released in June 2017. It has a 5.5-inch Super-AMOLED Display. Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint has 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal Storage. It runs on Android 7.0.1 Nougat and its powered by a 3600mAh non-removable battery. Coming to the optics. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint has a 13MP camera unit on Rear and For selfie 13MP Camera unit in Front. It packs with Exynos 7870 Octa processor with Mali-T830 MP1 GPU.

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So Today We Are sharing How to Download and Install Android Oreo 8.0.0 on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint.

Lineage OS 15

This ROM is packed with many features and performance improvements. The Lineage brings you all Android Oreo feature on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint, So you can taste new looks, battery life, Super smooth, No hang, Ram and multitasking manager and much more.

Pre-Requirements

  • This Update is only for Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint.
  • TWRP or CWM recovery is required to flash the ROM.
  • We recommend to take Complete backup.
  • Make sure there is more than 60% to 75% battery on your smartphone.
  • Your Android Phone Should be Rooted.

 Advantages of Custom ROMs

1 You can load the latest Android Versions, Which can make you old phone look new.

2 There are a number of features that can be customized to suit your taste.

3 Custom ROMs increase the speed of Processing and improves battery life.

Disadvantages of Custom ROMs

1 Bricking, This is the main reason why people Don’t like to root their Phones.

2 The company cancels the warranty

3 When you install custom ROM, it will clean up your system and all Data.

Download

Lineage OS 15 For Galaxy J7 Sprint:- Download

Gapps:- Download

Install Official Android Oreo On Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint Via Linage OS 15.

Step 1:- First of all Download ROM and Open GApps for Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint.

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Step 2:- Transfer Lineage Os and Gapps onto your Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint Using your data cable.

Step 3:- Now you have to Boot Your Smartphone in TWRP or CWM recovery mode. ( To Boot in Recovery Mode Press And   Hold Volume Up + Power Button Together.)

Step 4:- Once you are in Recovery Mode Release The Keys.

Android Oreo for Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint

Step 5:- First of all Tap on Backup and make a backup of the current Installed OS.

Android Oreo for Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint

Step 6:- Tap on a wipe and Wipe Data/Factory Reset.

Step 7:- Tap Install and Choose the Lineage OS 15.Zip file and Gapps.zip file.

Update Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint to Android Oreo

Step 8:- Now Swipe to Confirm Flash.

Step 9:- Once the installation completed you will get a notification Flashed Successfully.

Step 10:- Tap on Reboot. Done!!!

This was Our Guide On How to Download and Install Android Oreo 8.0.0 on Samsung Galaxy J7 Sprint. Let us know your feedback on Android Oreo in the comment section below.

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Ashish Patel

Hey, Guys, It’s Ashish, Founder of Android Jungles. I spend most of my free time creating content for my YouTube channeland this website.
I started my YouTube channel at age 20 and my goal was to teach people what they can do with their gadgets.

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