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What is Samsung Galaxy A (2017)?
The Samsung Galaxy A (2017) are mobile devices that were announced in January 2017 and launched in February of that year. With a weight of about 186 gr, a length of 152.9 mm, a width of 74.8 mm and a thickness of 8 mm. They have a Super AMOLED capacitive touch screen of about 5.7 inches in size and resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels.
Inside it has an Octa-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU. It also has an internal memory of 16GB with 3GB RAM. It has an Exynos 7870 Octa Chipset (14 nm).
It has a microSD card slot. On the outside it has a 13MP main camera with video recording capability of up to 1080p at 30fps and a 13MP front camera with video capability of up to 1080p at 30fps. It has fingerprint (mounted on the rear), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass and others. Includes a 3400 mAh Li-On battery. It is available in models SM-A720F, SM-A720S, SM-A520F, SM-A520F, SM-A520K, SM-A520L, SM-A520S, SM-A520W, SM-A320F, SM-A320Y, SM-A320FL.
In its different models it comes with colors like Black, Gold, Deep Blue, Red, Coral Orange.
As operating system has the Android 6.0 (Marshmallow).
The new family of the Galaxy A currently has a tough ambassador role for the reset interface. At least, out of the box, that is, since many devices, such as the Galaxy S7, have already received the new launcher in updates. It is important to note that like its little brother, the Galaxy A7 (2017) still works with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow under the hood. An update of Nougat should also be underway.
The “Always on screen” (AOD) function is a small indication that the new user interface can be used even before the phone is unlocked. The 2017 generation of the A series is the first to include this function and it fits perfectly with the A7’s large 5.7 inch AMOLED panel.
It is also the latest iteration of the feature. It can display notifications from third-party applications, which was not the case with the early implementation in the Galaxy S7. There are three displays to choose from. Clock and Calendar are fairly self-explanatory, but there is also an Image mode for some extra AMOLED-style dots, although without the added functionality.
While easy to operate in general, the AOD will also dim accordingly to suit the light conditions and turn the display off completely when the phone is bagged. You can also set a schedule for even more control.
For more details and specifications, please refer to the following link Samsung Galaxy A (2017)
Which model is my Samsung Galaxy A (2017)?
Now you need to know clearly the model of your phone to Flash and Root Samsung Galaxy A (2017). To do this you must go to your mobile phone Settings – System – About Phone and look at the model number if it corresponds to the SM-A720F, SM-A720S, SM-A520F, SM-A520F, SM-A520K, SM-A520L, SM-A520S, SM-A520W, SM-A320F, SM-A320Y, SM-A320FL. If you cannot turn on your device normally, you can see its model in its respective instruction manual.
Flash and Root Samsung Galaxy A (2017)
Process for Flash Galaxy A (2017)
Here are the detailed instructions for flash Galaxy A (2017)
- Click on the image below with the Android logo to follow the step-by-step tutorial on how to Flash Galaxy A (2017).
Process for Root Galaxy A (2017)
Now these are the instructions for you to do root Galaxy A (2017)
- Click on the image below with the Android logo to follow the step-by-step tutorial on How to Root Galaxy A (2017)
You have completed the process for flash and root Samsung Galaxy A (2017). Now you have full control over the operation of your phone. Plus the ability to uninstall applications that you don’t use much and take up space on your phone. Also install applications that need Root permission and many more possibilities.
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