G935TUVU4BQF6 T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935T Android 7.0 Nougat Stock Firmware

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 edge SM-G935T Stock firmware, official release build version G935TUVU4BQF6 Android 7.0 Nougat.

DeviceGalaxy S7 edge SM-G935T
Android security patch levelJune 1, 2017
Baseband versionG935TUVU4BQF6
Kernel version3.18.31-10376601
Build numberNRD90M.G935TUVU4BQF6

Stock Firmware How To's

This Stock firmware can only be use on a T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935T only. Either to manually upgrade, unroot, as well as to fix the phone if bricked (such as bootloop, stuck in Samsung logo splash screen).  This firmware can restore the Galaxy S7 Edge G935T to its original Android operating system.  You may use it only if the device has been modified in unauthorized way and if the device no longer receives an OTA update.

Important Note: Always use the latest firmware updates as includes but not limited to, new or enhanced Apps and Features,  device stability, fixes and resolves known issues, additional improvements to the device performance such as camera, data connectivity, audio and video quality, and various system improvements.

You might also check for the latest firmware version here: Galaxy S7 SM-G930T (T-Mobile) Stock Firmware

Odin Flashing Instructions:

Read the Full Guide: How to Restore Back Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to Stock Firmware
  1. Recharge the phone or it should have at-least 50% remaining power.
  2. Backup all important data stored in the phone’s memory, such as contact, messages, music, videos, pictures, documents, and more.
  3. Grab Odin3 Multi-flasher and install the phone’s USB driver.
  4. Extract the firmware package.
  5. Extract and run Odin3 multi-flasher .
  6. Reboot the phone in Download Mode (press and hold Home + Power + Volume Down buttons)
  7. Connect the phone to PC and wait until the recognized the phone
  8. Load the firmware file:
    – Multiple packed  – load each file in Odin3’s designated slots, such as AP, BL, CP, and CSC button
    – Single file – load in the AP button
  9. Make sure the "Re-partition" option is NOT ticked.
  10. Click the Start button, wait for a couple minutes until the installation finishes.

You may also perform the factory data reset to obtain a much fresher and cleaner firmware installation. Doing so may get rid of lag issues and fix other problems.