G935VVRS4BRC3 Verizon Galaxy S7 Edge Nougat Stock Firmware

Verizon Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935V Stock firmware release build G935VVRS4BRC3, an official Android 7.0 Nougat OTA update.































DeviceGalaxy S7 edge SM-G935V
Android version7.0 (Nougat)
Android security patch levelApril 1, 2018
Baseband versionG935VVRS4BRC3
Kernel version3.18.31
Build numberNRD90M.G935VVRS4BRC3
Stock firmware(soon...)



Important Note: It is highly recommended to update the device to the latest firmware updates as it 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 may check the most latest stock firmware release builds :  Galaxy S7 edge SM-G935V (Verizon) Stock Firmware

Stock Firmware Usage


Stock firmware can only be use to restore the Galaxy S7 edge  SM-G935V to its original Android OS state.  It can be use only if and when the device has been modified in unauthorized way and no longer receives an OTA updates.
It can unroot and fully restore it back to factory default settings.

Stock firmware were also a handy tool to fix if one have messed-up and ended up the device into a soft-bricked state, such as bootloop (the phone keeps on restarting all over and over again), or the phone just stuck in a Samsung logo splash screen.



Read the Full Guide: How to Restore Back Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to Stock Firmware

Galaxy S7 Edge Stock Firmware Flashing Instructions



  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 re-partition 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 fresher and cleaner firmware installation. Doing so basically get rid of lag issues.

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