How to Unroot Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge with Stock Firmware!

If you ever screw up your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge while rooting or installing custom ROMs, there’s an easy way to “unroot” and re-install stock firmware your phone came with.

There are situations where this can come in handy such as if you are going to re-sell it on eBay, return the phone for warranty, or want to simply update to the latest stock firmware on a rooted phone.


Step 1. Go to Settings->About device and check the model number of your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge and take a note of it, write it down somewhere.


Step 2. Power off your phone then hold down Volume Down, Center Home, and Power buttons together for about 5 seconds until you see a warning screen like below:


Step 3. Hit Volume Up key to put it into ODIN download mode then connect a micro-USB cable from your phone to your Windows computer.  We highly recommend you to use Windows but if you don’t have one/can’t borrow one, you can run Windows on top of VMWare instead.


Step 4. Download ODIN, Samsung USB Drivers, and firmware model for your S7 or S7 Edge.



Download ODIN

Download Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge Drivers for Windows

Download stock firmware for Galaxy S7


Download stock firmware for Galaxy S7 Edge

Unzip both the ODIN and stock firmware zip files.

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16 Responses

  1. jay says:

    my unrooting is failing odin keeps saying failed

  2. hellfireblitz says:

    I’m having the same problem. Unrooting is ending in a fail.

  3. Dan Shoemaker says:

    Mine got stuck at the very end on PERSIST… Then I got the “Odin has stopped working” message. I waited for an additional 10 mins, closed every other app on my computer, hoping it would resume. It did not not. I finally hit the close button on the notification. Not sure what to do now. The phone is still in Download mode, with “downloading… Do not turn off target” displayed.

    Max… Where are you??? LOL

  4. Dan says:

    I was able to get it unrooted, but I have just as much lag as I did before when it was rooted.

    IMO, I think you should take this tutorial down until a more stable solution is found.

  5. John says:

    hi can you help to fix my s edge im stock on the twrp logo what should i do?
    thanks in advance

  6. Paul says:

    My phone is getting stuck on meta-data/! I have let it run forever without any luck! My phone is stuck in the download mode!

  7. jose says:

    Galaxy S7 Stock firmware page is broken or missing. There are no firmwares that are displayed on the page that follows the link.

  8. Geralyn says:

    I need help I rooted my galaxy s7. I have no clue what I’m doing. Desperately want it off.

  9. David Chapple says:

    When trying to download a galaxy stock rom I get to a page of google adds which (apparently) only allows me to download some unwanted rubbish. How do I advance from this page to actually download the software I actually want?

    Its a shame that good sites like this one are full of (to me) unwanted adverts. It make using the site like visiting Hampton Court maze.

  10. Ze says:

    I tried to perform the unrrot as mentioned, but I could not. When checking I have the indication of warranty void 1. I can not access samsung applications, someone knows how to solve the problem

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  12. Paul Newcomb says:

    After unrooting Samsung Pay does NOT work!! This does NOT bring your phone back to factory settings. It gives an error message about the device having been customized, and it will not let you open it. Not cool……really would have been good to know about this…

  13. Morgan says:

    where is the Samsung Galaxy S7 firmware page , it says its missing ?

  1. April 4, 2017

    […] Q: How do I go back to stock and get Samsung Pay working again? A: You can unroot using ODIN and stock firmware.  […]

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