[ROOT] (Updated) Official Stock Nougat 7.0 (100% Working) - All Exynos Models

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Killer333

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ROOT for Official Stock Nougat 7.0 (100% Working) - All Exynos Models (Tested it on SM-G930F/D SM-G935F/D)
:D
By rooting you may lose some and gain some. Be careful in what you are doing.
Read each and every step mentioned in this post carefully and then start working on Root.​

If you've any fear about the root. Please stop it here and close the window :angel:

Desclaimer:


  • [*]This is working on Exynos (SM-G930F) S7 Flat and (SM-G935F) S7 Edge models! (Should also work on all the Exynos Models)
    [*]This will erase your phone so be sure to backup anything you need
    [*]Your warranty is VOID Knox flags 0x1 or 0x500
    [*]I'm not responsible for damage to your mobile or loss of warranty!

Things that may not work:
  • No official OTA updates (Of-course)
  • All Knox Based Apps (Samsung Pass, Secure Folder, Samsung Pay, S Health)
But you can get the above working - We have some ways to make them work even after root. Please Check that after the root process below ;)

Here are the instructions to root your Nougat:
Instructions are similar to Marshmallow. Main thing to note here is - Use the latest supersu build.

Prerequisite:

Samsung Drivers
ODIN
SR2-SuperSU-v2.79 and above versions.
twrp-3.0.2-4

Instructions:
  1. Enable OEM unlock & Debugging Mode in the Developer Options
  2. Reboot your device into Download mode. To do this, hold the [Volume Down] + [Home] buttons for a while.
  3. Once you reach the Download mode warning screen, press [Volume Up] to continue.
  4. Open Odin and place that TWRP tar file in the [AP] slot and disable Auto-Reboot and click on "Start" by connecting your phone.
  5. When its done flashing, Hold [Volume Down] + [Home] + [Power] to get out of Download mode and immediately swap to [Volume Up] when the screen blanks.
    If you don't see TWRP boot splash, try again.
  6. At this point, you will reach the screen asking you if you want to allow system modifications.
    By swiping right, you will trigger dm-verity, and if you don't follow the next step you will be unable to boot!
    If you are going to root your device and follow the rest of these steps, then it is safe to swipe right and enable modifications.
    If you want to use Systemless DevBase, then do not swipe. Keep it as read only.
  7. Go to Wipe and click on format data. Type "yes" and it will format.
  8. Now go back to home and click on "Reboot" then click on "Recovery" Option.
  9. Now Transfer the above downloaded filed into your Phone or Memory Card or OTG Pendrive.
  10. Now again click on Install and flash the Super SU. Only the latest Super SU is working fine with no issues. Do not use the old versions.
  11. You can now click on reboot > system
  12. It will take about 5 Min and boot. Done. You've got the Nougat rooted.

After the fresh boot, you will setup everything. Once you are in, you can observe a notification.
This is a security notification - unauthorised actions have been detected. Restart your device to undo any unauthorised changes

Disable the notification permissions in settings and restart your device by using power button.
Do not restart it by using the option mentioned in that window!
Now go into supersu app. A popup will open to disable the Knox. click on OK. It will take some time to disable it. If its taking more than 5 min and failed to disable, then restart the mobile again and do the same step. it will work now.

Note: You can ignore the last step, If you want to use KNOX - do not disable it.

How to Disable the notification permissions:

Slightly move the notification to the right. You can see a 'settings icon'. Click on that and you'll be taken to notification permissions.
If you see "Allo notifications", disable it.

or

Go to Settings > Applications > Click on 3 dot menu on the right corner and select "Show system Apps". Find "SecurityLogAgent" and open it.

If you dont see that option to disable the notifications:
Go to settings > device maintainance > Device Security > Click on scan device once and close the settings.
Open the supersu app and you may see the popup to disable KNOX. click on OK. (If you've already done this, just restart your mobile)
Restart the device. Done.

If you the see the notification again, install titanium Backup app and Disable/Freeze - SecurityLogAgent & SharedDeviceKeyguard.
Restart your mobile.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I've Mentioned that some of the things may not work. But, You can make it work if you follow some of the other threads posted for our S7.
Here is the list of all the different threads about Root:

1. If you dont need anything except root : Follow the above root process and you are done.
OTA Updates & Knox based Samsung Apps (S Pay, S Health, Secure Folder & S Pass) do not work.

2. If you want to tweak your device with Mods & Apps:
This includes Custom Kernel Installation, Some Mods/Apps -

Custom Kernels for Nougat:
Super Kernel
Super Stock Kernel
TGP Kernel

Mods & Apps:
UniMod script
The Sound Mod Thread by ZuBi182
Zero Camera Mod v8.1 - Bitrates | JPG+ quality | Latest Camera - G930/G935 - New App
Viper4Android
Viper4Arise
ADDONS-v11.0.by.ambasadii - This will contain all the above mods and ROM control options.
Google Assistant

3. If you want root with most of the things working: Use this method only after flashing the Official firmware through odin.
Use knox and Samsung pay with root
How to use snapchat with root (no Xposed needed)
Nougat w/ working Samsung Pay STEP BY STEP Guide
Samsung Pass and OTA updates May/do not work here.

4. If you want root with OTA updates and some other things:
Follow this thread - SYSTEMLESS DevBase

Note: It seems Samsung Pass is not working in anyway after root. If you want to use it, please stay without root.

Custom Stock Nougat ROMs - Following are some of the custom stock ROMs:
Flashable CSC Selection
SuperMan ROM
Helios ROM
Android Nougat 7.0 by ambasadii
Stable D8N ROM
THE GALAXY PROJECT
SuperStock ROM
Norma ROM
Aurora ROM


Thanks to:
@Chainfire
@jcadduono
@_alexndr
@zubi182
@NQNH
And All the Devs working on S7.

Special Note:
Please do not use the old versions of supersu on Nougat. You'll have some problems with the root. You may get the root but some of the things may not work well.
Camera doesnt work, flash light doesnt work, wifi problem, delay in response, keyboard doesn't work properly, App closure etc etc.

So, use SR2-SuperSU-v2.79-SR2-20170103215521 and above versions for better results.

Phsuperuser and magisk will also work but, you may have to use custom kernels.

Did you brick your device ?
Then flash the official firmware using ODIN. Download the official stock firmware from sammobile.com or by using this tool

Hit Thanks if it helps :fingers-crossed:

have a good day:good:
 

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cocteau2x

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This worked for me :) Thank You ..
but, I could not find the place to disable this notification ..
"You may get a security notification that "unauthorized actions have been detected. Restart your device to undo any unauthorized changes."
Open the notification and scan the device once. Then Disable the notification permissions for that in settings and restart your device."

The option to disable the notifications doesn't work?
Help me with this one?
 
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Killer333

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Feb 4, 2016
64
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Hyderabad
This worked for me :) Thank You ..
but, I could not find the place to disable this notification ..
"You may get a security notification that "unauthorized actions have been detected. Restart your device to undo any unauthorized changes."
Open the notification and scan the device once. Then Disable the notification permissions for that in settings and restart your device."

The option to disable the notifications doesn't work?
Help me with this one?

Slightly move the notification to the right. You can see a 'settings icon'. Click on that and you'll be taken to notification permissions.
If you see "Allo notifications", disable it.

or

Go to Settings > Applications > Click on 3 dot menu and select "Show system Apps". Find "SecurityLogAgent" and open it.

Some of the members are unable to see this option. Members who have upgraded directly from Marshmallow to Nougat are having this issue. You cannot change the notification permissions for system Apps. And for those who have upgraded from Beta, they have the option to disable. not sure why.

If you dont see that option to disable the notifications:
Go to settings > device maintainance > Device Security > Click on scan device once and close the settings.
Open the supersu app and you may see the popup to disable KNOX. click on OK. (If you've already done this, just restart your mobile)
Restart the device. Done.

If you the see the notification again, install titanium Backup app and Disable/Freeze - SecurityLogAgent or SharedDeviceKeyguard.
Restart your mobile.

We have some MODs available to remove knox and bloatware for Marshmallow and Beta Nougat. I did not test any mods on this official Nougat.
May be after sometime this procedure will get easy.

Hope that helps :good:
 
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choosymoron

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Mar 14, 2010
220
23
Mumbai
ROOT for Official Stock Nougat 7.0 (100% Working) - Exynos SM-G930F/D SM-G935F/D :D

Desclaimer:

This is working on Exynos (SM-G930F) S7 Flat and (SM-G935F) S7 Edge models! (Didnt test on other Models! :p)
This will erase your phone so be sure to backup anything you need
Your warranty is VOID Knox flags 0x1
I'm not responsible for damage to your mobile or loss of warranty!


Things that may not work: You Can Ignore these.
No official OTA updates (Of-course)
Samsung Pass - Its not working from the beginning!
S Health App (Sorry Gear S users)
'Motion Effect' option in 'Set as wallpaper' option (No one knows about this :p).


I got the official Nougat 7.0 Update recently and I've tried rooting.

Here are the instructions to root your Nougat:
Instructions are similar to Marshmallow. Main thing to note here is - Use the latest supersu build.

Prerequisite:

Samsung Drivers
ODIN
SR2-SuperSU-v2.79-SR2-20170103215521
twrp-3.0.2-4
no-verity-opt-encrypt - Latest One - 5.1.

Instructions:
Enable OEM unlock & Debugging Mode in the Developer Options

Reboot your device into Download mode. To do this, select reboot from the power menu and hold the [Volume Down] + [Home] buttons while your device reboots.

Once you reach the Download mode warning screen, press [Volume Up] to continue.

Open Odin and place that TWRP tar file in the [AP] slot and disable Auto-Reboot and click on "Start" by connecting your phone.

When its done flashing, Hold [Volume Down] + [Home] + [Power] to get out of Download mode and immediately swap to [Volume Up] when the screen blanks.
If you don't see then TWRP boot splash try again from step 6.

At this point, you will reach the screen asking you if you want to allow system modifications.
By swiping right, you will trigger dm-verity, and if you don't follow the next step you will be unable to boot!
If you are going to root your device and follow the rest of these steps, then it is safe to swipe right and enable modifications.

Go to Wipe and click on format data. Type "yes" and it will format.

Now go back to home and click on "Reboot" then click on "Recovery" Option.

Now Transfer the above downloaded filed into your phone or memory card or OTG Pendrive.

Now, in TWRP , Click on "Install". Go to the file location and select "no-verity-opt-encrypt-XXX" and swipe to the right.

Now again click on Install and flash the Super SU. Only the latest Super SU is working fine with no issues. Do not use the old versions.

You can now click on reboot > system

It will take about 5 Min and boot. Done. You've got the Nougat rooted.


You may get a security notification that "unathorised actions have been detected. Restart your device to undo any unauthorised changes."
Open the notification and scan the device once. Then Disable the notification permissions for that in settings and restart your device by using power button.
Do not restart it by using the option mentioned in that window!
By using power button, restart your mobile and go into supersu app. A popup will open to disable the Knox. click on OK. It will take some time to disable it. If its taking more than 5 min and unable to disable then restart the mobile again and do the same step. it will work now.

How to Disable the notification permissions:

Slightly move the notification to the right. You can see a 'settings icon'. Click on that and you'll be taken to notification permissions.
If you see "Allo notifications", disable it.

or

Go to Settings > Applications > Click on 3 dot menu on the right corner and select "Show system Apps". Find "SecurityLogAgent" and open it.

Some of the members are unable to see this option. Members who have upgraded directly from Marshmallow to Nougat are having this issue. You cannot change the notification permissions for system Apps. And for those who have upgraded from Beta, they have the option to disable. not sure why.

If you dont see that option to disable the notifications:
Go to settings > device maintainance > Device Security > Click on scan device once and close the settings.
Open the supersu app and you may see the popup to disable KNOX. click on OK. (If you've already done this, just restart your mobile)
Restart the device. Done.

If you the see the notification again, install titanium Backup app and Disable/Freeze - SecurityLogAgent or SharedDeviceKeyguard.
Restart your mobile.

You can also Flash Sound Mods by ZuBi182. Its working. You can get the files here

and also Viper4Android. You can check this thread


Thanks to:
@Chainfire
@jcadduono
@zubi182
@NQNH

Special Note:
Please do not use the old versions of supersu on Nougat. You'll have some problems with the root. You may get the root but some of the things may not work well.
Camera doesnt work, flash light doesnt work, wifi problem, delay in response, keyboard doesn't work properly, App closure etc etc.

Use SR2-SuperSU-v2.79-SR2-20170103215521 and above versions for better results :good:

I haven't tried ph super user and magisk! So, cant comment anything on that.

Hit Thanks if it helps.

have a good day:good:

Read on TWRP thread that the latest super su does not require flashing of no verify zip file as it does the job? Is that true?
 
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Killer333

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Feb 4, 2016
64
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Hyderabad
But now I can't log in on Snapchat :(

I think it's your first time to root your phone.
Snapchat will not work on Rooted devices. Its blocking the user to login on rooted devices.

But, we have many threads in XDA on how to use snapchat despite the root. You should takeout some time to search on google :p

Here is a thread by @TheGejr - Snapchat on rooted devices without Xposed (Nougat)

Another Thread : Snapchat and Root

Or you can use the following steps:

  1. unroot your phone and Restart : Open Supersu > go into settings > go to 'Clenaup' Category > click on "Full unroot". It will remove the root.
  2. Login to your snapchat.
  3. Root the phone by super su again.
  4. You can use the snapchat again.

Hope that helps ;)
 
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Killer333

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Tnbh9

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Jan 26, 2016
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I rooted my s7 v7.0 but i screen mirroring not working on this root i tried to connect when its connect it gives error failed.
 

choosymoron

Senior Member
Mar 14, 2010
220
23
Mumbai
I rooted my s7 v7.0 but i screen mirroring not working on this root i tried to connect when its connect it gives error failed.
Sorry wrong person reply..

---------- Post added at 02:13 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:11 PM ----------

Haha yeah I'll keep you posted on that.
 

Proday

Senior Member
Sep 19, 2010
271
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Omg but way can't run s-health on ruted devices; bad samsung, bad! If any1 finds a way to enable it, please shere...or I can sell my gearfit :(

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
 

Killer333

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Feb 4, 2016
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Id like more to see working s-health than to sell it mate ;)

In the new official Nougat, S Health app is checking the KNOX flags due to updated security policy. If your knox tripped, then it wont work.

I've tried removing the knox, Removed S Health app and installed it as user app. Nothing worked.

This is working in custom ROMs. Anyway you want to root the official stock, so using custom roms is almost the same. Try them instead of this ;)
 

Proday

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[MENTION=817964]@Killer333 yeah, I know mate; becouse of that I'm waiting for new superman rom ;)

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
 

GerasVille

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Nov 20, 2011
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Id like more to see working s-health than to sell it mate ;)

Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

In the new official Nougat, S Health app is checking the KNOX flags due to updated security policy. If your knox tripped, then it wont work.

I've tried removing the knox, Removed S Health app and installed it as user app. Nothing worked.

This is working in custom ROMs. Anyway you want to root the official stock, so using custom roms is almost the same. Try them instead of this ;)

I didn't try it myself but maybe it will work:

Just delete S Health completely from system/app and get an older version (e.g. 4.8) from apkmirror. Install that apk as a regular user app and let it update. Some people claim that this method worked for them.
 

RezKom

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Jan 24, 2017
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Root dont work

Hi i have s7 with nougat official and I root the phone is ok I have root all good but the root apps don't work properly they ask for permission every 10 sec or crash or they tell my i don't have root the root futures of apps don't work properly
(Lucky Packer crash . Game killer after premison don't work or they tell my my phone isn't root .app2sd error on root)
 

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    ROOT for Official Stock Nougat 7.0 (100% Working) - All Exynos Models (Tested it on SM-G930F/D SM-G935F/D)
    :D
    By rooting you may lose some and gain some. Be careful in what you are doing.
    Read each and every step mentioned in this post carefully and then start working on Root.​

    If you've any fear about the root. Please stop it here and close the window :angel:

    Desclaimer:


    • [*]This is working on Exynos (SM-G930F) S7 Flat and (SM-G935F) S7 Edge models! (Should also work on all the Exynos Models)
      [*]This will erase your phone so be sure to backup anything you need
      [*]Your warranty is VOID Knox flags 0x1 or 0x500
      [*]I'm not responsible for damage to your mobile or loss of warranty!

    Things that may not work:
    • No official OTA updates (Of-course)
    • All Knox Based Apps (Samsung Pass, Secure Folder, Samsung Pay, S Health)
    But you can get the above working - We have some ways to make them work even after root. Please Check that after the root process below ;)

    Here are the instructions to root your Nougat:
    Instructions are similar to Marshmallow. Main thing to note here is - Use the latest supersu build.

    Prerequisite:

    Samsung Drivers
    ODIN
    SR2-SuperSU-v2.79 and above versions.
    twrp-3.0.2-4

    Instructions:
    1. Enable OEM unlock & Debugging Mode in the Developer Options
    2. Reboot your device into Download mode. To do this, hold the [Volume Down] + [Home] buttons for a while.
    3. Once you reach the Download mode warning screen, press [Volume Up] to continue.
    4. Open Odin and place that TWRP tar file in the [AP] slot and disable Auto-Reboot and click on "Start" by connecting your phone.
    5. When its done flashing, Hold [Volume Down] + [Home] + [Power] to get out of Download mode and immediately swap to [Volume Up] when the screen blanks.
      If you don't see TWRP boot splash, try again.
    6. At this point, you will reach the screen asking you if you want to allow system modifications.
      By swiping right, you will trigger dm-verity, and if you don't follow the next step you will be unable to boot!
      If you are going to root your device and follow the rest of these steps, then it is safe to swipe right and enable modifications.
      If you want to use Systemless DevBase, then do not swipe. Keep it as read only.
    7. Go to Wipe and click on format data. Type "yes" and it will format.
    8. Now go back to home and click on "Reboot" then click on "Recovery" Option.
    9. Now Transfer the above downloaded filed into your Phone or Memory Card or OTG Pendrive.
    10. Now again click on Install and flash the Super SU. Only the latest Super SU is working fine with no issues. Do not use the old versions.
    11. You can now click on reboot > system
    12. It will take about 5 Min and boot. Done. You've got the Nougat rooted.

    After the fresh boot, you will setup everything. Once you are in, you can observe a notification.
    This is a security notification - unauthorised actions have been detected. Restart your device to undo any unauthorised changes

    Disable the notification permissions in settings and restart your device by using power button.
    Do not restart it by using the option mentioned in that window!
    Now go into supersu app. A popup will open to disable the Knox. click on OK. It will take some time to disable it. If its taking more than 5 min and failed to disable, then restart the mobile again and do the same step. it will work now.

    Note: You can ignore the last step, If you want to use KNOX - do not disable it.

    How to Disable the notification permissions:

    Slightly move the notification to the right. You can see a 'settings icon'. Click on that and you'll be taken to notification permissions.
    If you see "Allo notifications", disable it.

    or

    Go to Settings > Applications > Click on 3 dot menu on the right corner and select "Show system Apps". Find "SecurityLogAgent" and open it.

    If you dont see that option to disable the notifications:
    Go to settings > device maintainance > Device Security > Click on scan device once and close the settings.
    Open the supersu app and you may see the popup to disable KNOX. click on OK. (If you've already done this, just restart your mobile)
    Restart the device. Done.

    If you the see the notification again, install titanium Backup app and Disable/Freeze - SecurityLogAgent & SharedDeviceKeyguard.
    Restart your mobile.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I've Mentioned that some of the things may not work. But, You can make it work if you follow some of the other threads posted for our S7.
    Here is the list of all the different threads about Root:

    1. If you dont need anything except root : Follow the above root process and you are done.
    OTA Updates & Knox based Samsung Apps (S Pay, S Health, Secure Folder & S Pass) do not work.

    2. If you want to tweak your device with Mods & Apps:
    This includes Custom Kernel Installation, Some Mods/Apps -

    Custom Kernels for Nougat:
    Super Kernel
    Super Stock Kernel
    TGP Kernel

    Mods & Apps:
    UniMod script
    The Sound Mod Thread by ZuBi182
    Zero Camera Mod v8.1 - Bitrates | JPG+ quality | Latest Camera - G930/G935 - New App
    Viper4Android
    Viper4Arise
    ADDONS-v11.0.by.ambasadii - This will contain all the above mods and ROM control options.
    Google Assistant

    3. If you want root with most of the things working: Use this method only after flashing the Official firmware through odin.
    Use knox and Samsung pay with root
    How to use snapchat with root (no Xposed needed)
    Nougat w/ working Samsung Pay STEP BY STEP Guide
    Samsung Pass and OTA updates May/do not work here.

    4. If you want root with OTA updates and some other things:
    Follow this thread - SYSTEMLESS DevBase

    Note: It seems Samsung Pass is not working in anyway after root. If you want to use it, please stay without root.

    Custom Stock Nougat ROMs - Following are some of the custom stock ROMs:
    Flashable CSC Selection
    SuperMan ROM
    Helios ROM
    Android Nougat 7.0 by ambasadii
    Stable D8N ROM
    THE GALAXY PROJECT
    SuperStock ROM
    Norma ROM
    Aurora ROM


    Thanks to:
    @Chainfire
    @jcadduono
    @_alexndr
    @zubi182
    @NQNH
    And All the Devs working on S7.

    Special Note:
    Please do not use the old versions of supersu on Nougat. You'll have some problems with the root. You may get the root but some of the things may not work well.
    Camera doesnt work, flash light doesnt work, wifi problem, delay in response, keyboard doesn't work properly, App closure etc etc.

    So, use SR2-SuperSU-v2.79-SR2-20170103215521 and above versions for better results.

    Phsuperuser and magisk will also work but, you may have to use custom kernels.

    Did you brick your device ?
    Then flash the official firmware using ODIN. Download the official stock firmware from sammobile.com or by using this tool

    Hit Thanks if it helps :fingers-crossed:

    have a good day:good:
    4
    This worked for me :) Thank You ..
    but, I could not find the place to disable this notification ..
    "You may get a security notification that "unauthorized actions have been detected. Restart your device to undo any unauthorized changes."
    Open the notification and scan the device once. Then Disable the notification permissions for that in settings and restart your device."

    The option to disable the notifications doesn't work?
    Help me with this one?

    Slightly move the notification to the right. You can see a 'settings icon'. Click on that and you'll be taken to notification permissions.
    If you see "Allo notifications", disable it.

    or

    Go to Settings > Applications > Click on 3 dot menu and select "Show system Apps". Find "SecurityLogAgent" and open it.

    Some of the members are unable to see this option. Members who have upgraded directly from Marshmallow to Nougat are having this issue. You cannot change the notification permissions for system Apps. And for those who have upgraded from Beta, they have the option to disable. not sure why.

    If you dont see that option to disable the notifications:
    Go to settings > device maintainance > Device Security > Click on scan device once and close the settings.
    Open the supersu app and you may see the popup to disable KNOX. click on OK. (If you've already done this, just restart your mobile)
    Restart the device. Done.

    If you the see the notification again, install titanium Backup app and Disable/Freeze - SecurityLogAgent or SharedDeviceKeyguard.
    Restart your mobile.

    We have some MODs available to remove knox and bloatware for Marshmallow and Beta Nougat. I did not test any mods on this official Nougat.
    May be after sometime this procedure will get easy.

    Hope that helps :good:
    2
    Yes, you can flash an OTA with FlashFire. The /data Partition won't be modyfied and you only need to root again. (Flash SuperSU)
    2
    But now I can't log in on Snapchat :(

    I think it's your first time to root your phone.
    Snapchat will not work on Rooted devices. Its blocking the user to login on rooted devices.

    But, we have many threads in XDA on how to use snapchat despite the root. You should takeout some time to search on google :p

    Here is a thread by @TheGejr - Snapchat on rooted devices without Xposed (Nougat)

    Another Thread : Snapchat and Root

    Or you can use the following steps:

    1. unroot your phone and Restart : Open Supersu > go into settings > go to 'Clenaup' Category > click on "Full unroot". It will remove the root.
    2. Login to your snapchat.
    3. Root the phone by super su again.
    4. You can use the snapchat again.

    Hope that helps ;)
    2
    Yeah reciecing OTAs with flashing back stock recovery.
    I think i'll go for the normal root way :) Thank you :*

    You can also download a new Firmware (with the new OTA) and Flash it via FlashFire. This method is systemless, and I don't know a normal root mehtod for Android 7. Maybe CF-AutoRoot will Root normal, but this is not ready for Android 7 yet.
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