How To Downgrade Galaxy A5 2017 from Android 8.0 Oreo to Nougat

Samsung finally rolled the official Android 8.0 Oreo for Galaxy A5 2017. The update brings all new feature along with Samsung’s Own interface called Samsung Experience 9.0. If you have not installed, then you will find the full guide to install Android 8.0 Oreo for Galaxy A5 2017. In this post, I will guide you on How To Downgrade Galaxy A5 2017 From Android 8.0 Oreo To Nougat (Rollback).

Talking about the specifications, Galaxy A5 2017 features a 5.2-inches display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. It is powered by Exynos 7880 Octa processor coupled with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 32/64GB internal memory. The camera on the Galaxy A5 2017 comes with 16MP and 16MP front shooting camera. It is backed by a Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery with Fast battery charging. It also has a fingerprint sensor on the front.

If you have updated your phone to Android 8.0 Oreo. However, you might find some issues or changes in the Oreo update that you may not like and would wish to downgrade back to Nougat 7.0 from Android 8.0 Oreo. Well, of course, you can downgrade to Android 7.0 Nougat from Android 8.0 Oreo.

Android 8.0 Oreo is the latest iteration of Android Operating system. This is the 8th major version of the Android mobile operating system after the release of Android Nougat. The latest features of Android Oreo includes New app notifications, notification dots on app icons, picture-in-picture mode, Android Instant App compatibility, Auto-fill (like on Chrome), Better copy and paste, Faster Android behind the scenes, Better battery life with more advanced Doze mode, and more.

Now you can easily revert back to Android Nougat using this guide. The Guide is simple and easy to return from Android 8.0 Oreo to Nougat. Follow the steps which can change back to Nougat anytime just by flashing using ODIN software.

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Till now the device was running Android 7.0 Nougat firmware, now we have Android Oreo. There are few who still care and looking for Nougat update. So For any reason, you didn’t like the features of Android Oreo on Samsung Galaxy A5 2017 you can easily revert back to Android Nougat. You can downgrade Galaxy A5 2017 to lower android version by the simple and easy method. Check the below Step by Step guide to downgrade your device.

Many users are already tasting the sweetness of Android Oreo, But if you didn’t like Oreo for any reason, you could easily go back to Android Nougat with few clicks. In the below guide you will learn how to downgrade Galaxy A5 2017 to Android Nougat from Android Oreo and process is very simple. Follow the below steps to rollback Galaxy A5 2017 to Android Nougat.

To Rollback to Nougat in Galaxy A5 2017, you need PC with Samsung Drivers and ODIN software installed.

How To Downgrade Galaxy A5 2017 from Android 8.0 Oreo to Nougat

Note:

  1. This Method is only for Galaxy A5 2017 users.
  2. Make sure to charge your phone for at least 60% or more.
  3. GetDroidTips.com is not responsible if you brick or damage to your phone while installing this Update.
  4. Make sure that you have Samsung USB drivers installed
  5. Download the firmware files necessary from below.
  6. Read the steps carefully before proceeding.
  7. Remember this process may erase your data, So backup your data (No Root Required)
  8. Take a complete backup of your apps and then proceed.

DOWNLOAD THE FILES THAT REQUIRED :

Downloads

Download The Official Nougat Firmware Here

Guide to Downgrade Android Oreo To Nougat

I hope you have successfully downgraded to Android Nougat on Galaxy A5 2017 by following our guide. For any queries or feedback, please leave a comment down below.

Comments

  1. Hi
    My build number is (A520FXXS7CRJ7)
    I want to rollback to nougat but I do not know what nougat rom should I download.
    Please share downloal link or say build number to match my phone.
    Thanks❤

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