Remove battery charging limitation on Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung has released the update for Galaxy Note 7 devices that limits battery charging to 60 and later to 30% also bringing recall message on the screen. This basically makes Galaxy Note 7 unusable and force users to return their phones so they can get money back. Please read this article for more.
This is the main reason why we decided to make tutorial which removes battery charging limitation and unlinks smartphone from Samsung’s future updates, so users can enjoy having Note 7 devices independent and without any restrictions.
We’ll use one of the best custom ROM made for Note 7 called HydraRom. It’s very stable and comes with all Galaxy Note 7 features. Check official xda-developers thread for more.

Warning: This tutorial is only for Galaxy Note 7 N930F model.
Update process will void warranty and will erase device internal storage, so it’s strongly recommended to backup your data to device microSD card or PC before starting this tutorial.


• The device should have at least 60% charge left on the battery.
• If you have Samsung Kies program in PC, Kies should be completely turned off to not disturb all the process.
• USB drivers must be installed on PC (if Kies are in PC then drivers are already installed).
• USB Debugging must be enabled on the device. To enable it go to Settings/About phone and keep taping on Build number until you see Developer mode has been turned on. After that go to Settings/Developer Options then check USB Debugging.

TWRP flash tutorial:

  1. Download Odin3 v3.10.7 to PC and extract it.
  2. Download TWRP recovery and file to PC.
  3. Extract Rootable file.
  4. Turn off Galaxy Note 7 and boot into Download mode by pressing and holding down the Volume Down, Home and Power buttons together. When a warning screen is displayed release all buttons and press the Volume Up button to enter Download mode.
  5. Run Odin3-v3.10.7.exe as an Administrator and then connect Galaxy Note 7 to the PC via USB. Message showing Added!! will appear in Odin’s message box, if not, try another USB port. If the issue persists, try reinstalling the USB driver.
  6. Click on the AP button and select the N930F_Rootable_Kernel_N930FXXU1APGI_XEO.tar.md5 file, which was extracted in step 3. In Odin, make sure that the Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options are checked while Re-Partition must stay unchecked. Odin3-set
  7. Click Start button in Odin to begin the process.
  8. After the process is complete, Galaxy Note 7 will restart and a PASS message with green background will appear in the left box at the top of Odin. Odin3-PASS
  9. Do not unplug the cable and repeat step 4 to once again boot device into Download mode.
  10. Using Odin click on the AP button and select twrp-3.0.2-1-gracelte.img.tar file, which was downloaded in step 2.
  11. Click Start button in Odin to begin the process.
  12. After the process is complete, turn off Odin and unplug USB cable from device.
  13. Galaxy Note 7 will restart. First startup can take up to 5 minutes, so be patient.
    To boot into recovery menu: Turn off the device, then press and hold Volume Up + Power + Home button until recovery menu show up. TWRP 2.7 menu

Nougat 7.1 (CM 14.1) update tutorial:

  1. Download file to PC or straight to mobile device.
  2. Place file into device microSD card storage.
  3. Now boot Galaxy Note 7 into recovery: Turn off the device, then press and hold Volume Up + Power + Home button until recovery menu show up.
  4. Make a current software backup, so you will have a recovery file in case if something goes wrong. Tap on Backup and select all the partitions including System, Data, Boot and Cache. Then swipe to make a backup. TWRP backup
  5. After backup is done, go back to main menu, tap on Wipe and select Format Data. Type yes to confirm.
    This step is very important, otherwise you get restriction message during System wipe and won’t be able to complete further steps.
  6. After data format is finished, go to Wipe then choose Advanced Wipe and check System, Data, Cache and Dalvik Cache partitions. TWRP wipe
  7. Swipe and wait for the wiping process to complete.
  8. Next, go back to main menu and choose Install, then locate file. 
  9. Tap on it and swipe to begin custom ROM installation process. TWRP install
  10. After process is complete, go back to main menu and tap on Wipe, then choose Advanced Wipe.
  11. Check Cache and Dalvik Cache partitions, then swipe to confirm. After wiping is done, go back to main menu ant tap on Reboot to reboot Galaxy Note 7.
  12. First startup can take up to 15 minutes, so be patient.

Congratulations on successfully removing battery charging restriction and updating Galaxy Note 7 to HydraRom V1.4.5 custom ROM!

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