Here’s an easy and quick method to Disable Custom Blocker on Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge devices. If you downloaded and dabbled with a new app called Custom Blocker and fail to get your device back to working after the app wrecked havoc on it, you might want to keep on reading this as we are going to show you a fix to disable Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge custom blocker app. The Custom Blocker app for some strange reason, doesn’t install third-party apps on your device, it fails to register the customer tap input, and many other reasons.
How To Disable Custom Blocker App On Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge:
Actually, there are two ways to tackle this situation. First method involves the following steps:
1 – Open Settings app on your device.
2 – Scroll down and select Backup and Reset option.
3 – Tap on Factory Reset option and wait for the process to complete.
4 – When your device reboots into the home screen after factory reset, immediately disable WiFi or mobile network connections.
5 – Ignore the Knox setup page that appears after the reboot.
6 – Head over to the Settings app again, and navigate to About Device > Software Info and quickly tap seven times on the Build number to enable Developer Options.
7 – Head back to the main menu in Settings app, scroll down and tap on Developer Options.
8 – Enable both OEM Unlocking and USB Debugging option in the Developer Options.
9 – Open to Sammobile webpage and download official stock firmware files for Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.
10 – Flash the firmware files on your device using Odin.
11 – Once you a new firmware is installed, you will no longer see Custom Blocker app on your device.
12 – That’s all.
Now the second method requires a different approach to disable Custom Blocker on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. You can try to disable Custom Blocker by rooting your Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge device, see how to root AT&T and Exynos variants. However if this method doesn’t work on your device. Check out the next method, which will surely fix Custom Blocker issue on your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge device.
3 – Enable OEM Unlocking from the Developer Options in Settings app.
4 – Now, extract the file with .tar.md5 extension from the zip file which you downloaded from the link in step-1 above.
5 – Power off your device and boot it into the Download Mode by pressing and holding Home + Power + Volume Down keys simultaneously.
6 – Click on the AP button on Odin and select the .tar.md5 file.
7 – Hit Start button on Odin and wait for the file your flash on your device.
8 – When the process is complete, boot your device into the Recovery Mode.
9 – In the recovery mode, use when volume down key to select wipe cache partition and press Power key to confirm your selection.
10 – Once done, reboot your device.
11 – This should fix the problem i.e. disable Custom Blocker on Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge.
12 – That’s all.
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