Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is a 2016 flagship from Samsung and exclusive to American carrier AT&T. The device was launched with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and received Android 7.0 Nougat back in March 2017 and later made the switch to Android 8.0 Oreo beginning June 2018. Still, many would like to know if and when the S7 Active would be upgraded to Android 9 Pie.
On this page, you’ll find all important news about the Galaxy S7 Active software update, as well download mirrors (links) of the firmware so that you can download the firmware all by yourself and install it right away. Of course, we will also share important bits about Android 9 Pie update release prospects here too.
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Galaxy S7 Active update timeline
- Android 8.0: Released on 19 June 2018
- Not eligible for official Android 9 update
|Date||Update Download Link||Android OS||Changelog|
|19 Aug 2019||G891AUCS6CSG2||Android 8.0||Up to July 2019 security patches|
|27 Feb 2019||G891AUCS5CSB1||Android 8.0||February 2019 security patch|
|29 Jan 2019||G891AUCS4CSA3||Android 8.0||January 2019 security patch|
|30 Nov 2018||G891AUCS4CRK1||Android 8.0||November 2018 security patch|
|30 Oct 2018||G891AUCS4CRJ1||Android 8.0||October 2018 security patch|
|29 Aug 2018||G891AUCU4CRH1||Android 8.0||Bug fixes and improvements|
|14 Aug 2018||G891AUCS4CRG3||Android 8.0||July 2018 security patch|
|19 June 2018||G891AUCU3CRE7||Android 8.0||Installs Android 8.0 Oreo, FirstNet IOC2, and Mobile Hotspot APN support|
|09 May 2018||G891AUCS3BRD1||Android 7.0||April 2018 security patch|
|20 Mar 2018||G891AUCU2BRB5||Android 7.0||Addition of Messaging as a Platform (MaaP)|
|05 Feb 2018||G891AUCS2BRA7||Android 7.0||January 2018 security patch, and including Meltdown & Spectre mitigation patches|
|04 Jan 2018||G891AUCS2BQL6||Android 7.0||December 2017 security patch|
|07 Dec 2017||G891AUCS2BQK4||Android 7.0||November 2017 security patch, and KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability fix|
|09 Nov 2017||G891AUCS2BQJ4||Android 7.0||BlueBorne fix, and September and October 2017 security patch.|
|23 Aug 2017||G891AUCS2BQH1||Android 7.0||August 2017 security patch|
|19 July 2017||G891AUCS2BQG1||Android 7.0||July security patch|
|27 June 2017||G891AUCU2BQF2||Android 7.0||June security patch|
|23 May 2017||G891AUCS2BQE1||Android 7.0||May security patch|
|28 Apr 2017||G891AUCS2BQD4||Android 7.0||Installs April security patch|
|27 Mar 2017||G891AUCS2BQC2||Android 7.0||Installs March security patch|
|07 Mar 2017||G891AUCU2BQB2||Android 7.0||Installs Nougat, adds Samsung Cloud, Samsung Pass and App Select enabled in Setup and Transfer, removes AT&T Address Book|
|08 Feb 2017||G891AUCS2AQA1||Android 6.0.1||Installs January security patch|
|04 Jan 2017||G891AUCS2APL1||Android 6.0.1||Installs December security patch|
|23 Nov 2016||G891AUCU2APK2||Android 6.0.1||Adds Full Screen – Mobile Video Service, removes Milk Music, Improves volume for Enhanced Push To Talk (ePTT), fixes calls failing to go to voicemail when calling non-LTE devices, installs Android device security updates|
|23 Sep 2016||G891AUCS2API2||Android 6.0.1||Installs Android device security updates|
|25 Aug 2016||G891AUCS1APH1||Android 6.0.1||Installs Android device security updates|
|09 Aug 2016||G891AUCU1APG7||Android 6.0.1||Adds Wi-Fi Calling, AT&T Advance Messaging, AT&T Messages Backup & Sync feature (AMBS) and adds Other device enhancements|
Galaxy S7 Active Android Pie update
|Model||Launch OS — Current OS||Android Pie and Android Q update|
|AT&T||Android 6.0 — Android 8.0||Not eligible|
Typically, Samsung rolls out two major OS upgrades to its flagship Galaxy S and Note devices. The Galaxy S7 Active has already received two major OS upgrades, the second one being the recent Android 8.0 Oreo. This means that there’s no official Pie update for the S7 Active, but of course, there will always be room to get wild with the plenty of unofficial Android Pie ROMs out there, among them LineageOS 16.
On the downside, whether there will be room for the S7 Active on the list of supported devices for the various Pie custom ROMs is still in doubt. The device hasn’t had the best of developer support and we don’t expect things to change all of a sudden.
Samsung One UI
Given that Samsung won’t be rolling out official Pie updates to the Galaxy S7 Active, there similarly won’t be an official update to One UI, the successor to Samsung Experience that was launched recently. Unlike the S7 and S7 Edge, we don’t expect much from the developer community in regards to unofficial One UI updates, but if anything happens, well for sure alert you, so stay tuned.
Let us know if you need any help with S7 Active updates.