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OnePlus is known for being among the few OEMs who are first to release a flagship OS update. Time and again they have shown they can deliver the latest Android OS update before the giants like Samsung, LG, etc. not that OnePlus is any slouch either nowadays.

Speaking of the Google’s latest OS update today, the Android 9 Pie rollout is a hot talk today. This time around too, OnePlus has been quick with the update as evidenced by closed beta testing of Android 9 Pie for OnePlus 6 in China, and the release of an Open Beta build for the global OnePlus 6 sets.

Yes, OnePlus is again among the few OEMs who have released Android Pie update already (03 September) when Samsung, Motorola, LG, etc. haven’t even set a target date of release. Of course, there is Huawei, who has launched is now beta testing the Pie update for as many as nine of its devices today.

Related: OnePlus Pie update roadmap

Official Pie update available as Open Beta 1

Stable release expected in November

Unofficial Android 9 Pie ROMs available too

Download the Android 9 Pie update from below for your OnePlus 6.

How to install

Method #1: For OnePlus 6 running Android 8.1 Oreo

Download Pie update for the OnePlus 6, the Open Beta 1 ROM, from above.

Transfer the Open Beta 1 ROM to your OnePlus 6.

Install the Android 9 Pie update using Open Beta ROM file:

Now tap on the gear icon in the top right, and then select local upgrade.

Tap on the Open Beta ROM file you transferred above to select it.

Tap on the Reboot system now.

That’s it. Your OnePlus 6 has been updated to official Android Pie update, dubbed Open Beta 1 ROM.

Method #2: For OnePlus 6 running Android P developer preview (DP)

Download Pie update for the OnePlus 6, the Open Beta 1 ROM, from above.

Transfer the Open Beta 1 ROM to your OnePlus 6.

Install the Android 9 Pie update using Open Beta ROM file:

Now tap on the gear icon in the top right, and then select local upgrade.

Tap on the Open Beta ROM file you transferred above to select it.

Do NOT tap on Reboot now as you need to reset the device first. So, don’t restart the device from here.

Perform a factory reset:

Long press the power button and then tap on Power off to shut down the device.

Reboot to recovery mode. For this, press and hold Volume down and Power buttons together until you see anything on the screen.

Once it is finished, select ‘Reboot system now’ option to restart the OnePlus 6 and boot to Open Beta 1 update that gets you stable Android Pie update from OnePlus.


The above section of this article was all about the official updates for the OnePlus 6 from the OEM. Here, we will talk about the custom ROMs based on Android 9 that have been compiled from AOSP and are compatible with the OnePlus 6.

Because the Android Pie update is now available from the OnePlus 6 themselves, it doesn’t make much sense to install an unofficial update via AOSP ROM, especially given the ROM’s development stage. However, with time, the Android 9 ROMs would get better, and may extra features and customization that would make them a better choice for the enthusiasts.

How to install

Before you go on to install the ROM based on Android 9 for your OnePlus 6, be sure to read the 

known issues

with the current version of the ROM at the development page linked here. If that’s okay with you, then go on to install the ROM using the guide right below.

→ Find all latest OnePlus 6 updates here. [Firmware here]

Make sure you have the latest TWRP recovery installed. Find the guide to install TWRP on OnePlus 6 here.

Download the latest Android 9 ROM and Gapps files from above. (The ROM comes in .XZ format, while Gapps comes in .ZIP format.)

Extract the ROM file in .ZX format to get the larger ROM file (system GSI) in .IMG format. (You can use a free software like 7-zip for this on your PC.)

Take the appropriate backup of your device as this will need a factory reset, which would delete everything on the device.

→ Be sure to transfer the extracted .IMG file of the ROM, not the downloaded file.

Reboot into recovery mode to access TWRP. For this:

Power off the device.

Press and hold power and volume down buttons together for a few seconds until you see the OnePlus logo on the screen. You will see the TWRP soon.

[Careful!] Perform a factory reset. In TWRP, tap the Wipe button, and then perform the swipe action to confirm the factory reset.

On TWRP main screen, tap on Mount, and then make sure System is selected.

Install the Android 9 Pie ROM on your OnePlus 6.

Go back to home screen of TWRP.

Tap on the Install button.

Tap on the Install image button.

Now select the System Image file you transferred earlier.

Select System Image option.

Now Swipe at the bottom to confirm the installation.

Install the Gapps file. Go the home screen of TWRP, and then tap on Install, select the Gapps file you transferred above, and then confirm the installation by swiping at the bottom of the screen.

Tap on Reboot system button after installing the Gapps file to restart the device.

That’s all. Your OnePlus 6 will boot with the unofficial Android 9 Pie update now.

Which ROM do you have installed on your OnePlus 6?

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Galaxy A7 Firmware Download: Android 9 Pie Available For 2023 Edition

Samsung Galaxy A7 Firmware

Android 9 Pie firmware

Well, expect the Android 9 Pie firmware to be available for the eligible devices sometime in Q2 2023. Which means you might see Android Pie firmware for the Galaxy A7 2023 — the one with the triple camera, yes! — in Q2 2023.

BTW, only the Galaxy A7 2023 is eligible for Android Pie update as all the other older editions of the Galaxy A series have reached the end of major Android OS upgrade support.

Android 8.0 Oreo firmware

Update [June 18, 2023]: The Android 8.0 update is available for the 2023 release of the Galaxy A7, model no. SM-A720. While earlier models released in 2023 (SM-A700) and 2023 (SM-A710) are not expected t received the Oreo OTA update.

Android 8.1 update is not expected for any of the Galaxy A7 handsets.

Galaxy A7 2023

Model Date Free Download Link

SM-A750GN 05 Apr 2023

SM-A750F 18 Sep 2023

SM-A750F 17 Sep 2023

‘ Galaxy Note 9 firmware‘

Galaxy A7 2023

Model Date Free Download Link

SM-A720F 16 Jun 2023

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SM-A710F 19 Sep 2023

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Galaxy A7 2023

Model Date Free Download Link

SM-A700F 05 May 2023

SM-A700F 24 Apr 2023

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SM-A700F 01 Sep 2023

SM-A700F 08 Aug 2023

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How to download the correct firmware file

This is an important part!

Be sure to check and find the correct model no. of your Galaxy A7. Then, based on your device’s model no., look for the appropriate firmware build from above.

Now that you know the model no., download the latest firmware from above for that model no. exactly.

Next, install the firmware on your Galaxy A7 by following the guide linked right below.

How to install a firmware

First, read our disclaimer, then take backup and then follow the guide below to install the firmware.

Disclaimer: Installing an official firmware through Odin doesn’t void your device’s warranty, but it remains an unofficial process and thus you need to be cautious of it. In any case, you only are responsible for your device. We won’t be liable if any damage occurs to your device and/or its components.

Backup, backup, backup! Create an appropriate backup of contacts, pictures, videos, songs and other important files stored on your device before proceeding with the steps below, so that in case something goes wrong you’ll have a backup of all your important files. Sometimes, firmware installation may delete everything on your device! Like, when you change the CSC of your device, knowingly or not.

Step-by-step Firmware Installation Guide

Let’s see how to install the firmware on your Galaxy A7. Make sure you have more than 30% battery on your device.

Step 1. Make sure you have downloaded the correct firmware file on your PC. See above for how to download correct firmware file for your Galaxy A7 and download links.

Step 3. Also, download Odin PC software (latest version).

Step 5. Extract the Odin file. You should get the Odin exe file (other files could be hidden, hence not visible).

Step 6. Disconnect your Galaxy A7 from PC if it is connected.

Step 7. Boot into download mode:

Power off your device. Wait for 6-7 seconds after screen goes off.

Press and hold the three buttons Volume down + Home + Power together until you see the Warning screen.

Press Volume Up to continue to download mode.

Step 9. Connect your device now using the USB cable. Odin should recognize your device. It’s a must. When it recognizes, you will see Added!! message appearing in the Log box in the bottom left, and the first box under ID:COM will also show a no. and turn its background blue. Look at the pic below.

You cannot proceed until you get the Added!! message, which confirms that Odin has recognized your device.

If you don’t get Added!! message, you need to install/re-install drivers again, and use the original cable that came with the device. Mostly, drivers are the problem (look at step 2 above).

You can try different USB ports on your PC too.

Load the firmware files(s) on your device. This depends on how many files you got in step 4 above upon extracting the firmware .zip file.

Case 1: If you got a single .tar/.tar.md5 file, then load this into AP tab of your Odin software. Then go to next step.

Case 2: If you got more than one .tar/.tar.md5 file, then you must be having files starting with AP, CSC, Home_CSC, BL, CP, etc. stuff. In this case, choose the files as follows. Select the firmware files as follows.

About CSC file: Using the HOME_CSC file won’t reset your device, and data on the phone shouldn’t be deleted. However, when we select regular CSC file, and it results in CSC on the device being different than that in CSC file, your phone will be formatted automatically. You can even choose to ignore loading the CSC file, that may do alright too. But if it doesn’t work out, repeat the whole process and select CSC file this time around.

Info: When you load files, Odin checks the md5 of firmware file, which takes time. So, simply wait until that’s done and the firmware file is loaded. Don’t worry if Odin gets unresponsive for a while, it’s normal. Binary size will also show up in Odin.

Go back to Log tab now, as it will show the progress of firmware installation when you hit the start button in next step.

Wait till installation is finished, after which your device will reboot automatically. You’ll get PASS message as shown below upon successful installation from Odin.

Some errors you may run into, and with respective solution.

If Odin gets stuck at setup connection, then you need to do this all again. Disconnect your device, close Odin, boot device into download mode again, open Odin, and then select the file and flash it again as said above.

If you get FAIL in the top left box, then also you need to flash the file again as stated just above.

That’s it. Let the device restart automatically.

Firmware Benefits

You can use the firmware for a variety of purposes, which includes:

Fix your Galaxy A7 if it’s giving you force closes errors and restarts randomly.

Unbrick your Galaxy A7 if it’s bootlooping and stuck at logo when restarting.

Go Back to Stock on your Galaxy A7 — helps when looking to sell the device, or fix installing OTA updates if broken.

Restore Galaxy A7 to factory state.

Upgrade your Galaxy A7 to newer Android version.

Downgrade your Galaxy A7 to lower build no. at same Android version.

Unroot your Galaxy A7.

Remove custom recovery like TWRP and CWM, if installed, on your Galaxy A7.

6 Reasons Why You Should Not Install Android P

However, there are factors that should be considered. Factors that tell you why you shouldn’t jump the gun just yet. Sure, you will get a glimpse of latest OS of the largest OS in the world by installing Android P DP1 build right away, but there are risks involved. Here they are.

Why you shouldn’t install Android P

1. Not suitable for daily use, even Google says it

As you may know, this is a developer build. So, are you a developer? Do you have apps that you need to get up to speed to Android P’s new APIs and features? Well, nope (most probably). So, do not install Andriod P for just because you have the Pixel. (We did, anyway!)

Google says the current build is not fit for daily use. It is only intended for developers so that can prepare their apps for the Android P by the time it available for the public.

2. Poor battery life

The developer builds are well known for their worse battery life. Remember, almost no apps are optimized for Android P yet, and hence your favorite apps may start draining huge battery juice until they do. And we are not seeing this drawback for the first time, as we experience issues with battery life on DP builds of earlier Android OS too.

3. Slow apps and poor performance?

What, you may ask: new Android OS update and poor performance? Isn’t this supposed to be opposite of this? Well, since apps are not optimized, and even the system itself is in alpha stage, such that Google has itself indicated it’s not suitable for daily use, this isn’t entirely out of the blue.

The apps may work slowly, and you may even experience jerk and occasional lag one your Pixel, arguably the smoothest phone available on the market.

4. Apps may force close and not work at all

Yep, this is also entirely possible that your favorite Andriod apps and games aren’t working one bit on the Android P update. That may happen because of the underlying changes in Android P which may be very different to OS version up to Oreo.

5. Don’t install if you have got only one device

In case you maintain two phones for usage, you might make-do with issues above to enjoy the new UI and features on the offer in Android P. However, if you have only one device on which you have to rely completely, things would turn awkward when you discover massive battery drain in idle state, or apps force closing or not working for you. Better stay away.

6. You have to travel

It doesn’t require any rocket science to measure how much we rely on our smartphones these days. Right? If you plan to travel, you wouldn’t want to be disconnected because of any Android P issue, right? Especially because you might not have any alternatives on the road, it’s safe to not travel with a developer preview 1 build installed on your only device.

Let us know why you think one shouldn’t install the Android P just yet. Is there any other reason you know?

How To Install Android O Developer Preview On Nexus And Pixel Devices

The first Android N Developer Preview was released in March last year and continuing with the trend, Google has released the very first Android O Developer Preview. Just like last year, Google has unexpectedly introduced the latest Android iteration but we aren’t complaining. Everyone likes updates, even though it may be a long long time before it’s released to consumers. As the name suggests, the first preview of Android O (we don’t know yet if it’s Oreo or not) is only available for developers. However, as it’s with everything Android, you can install the Android O Developer Preview on your Pixel or Nexus device.

Some Things to Know

If you have enrolled your device in the Android Beta program, it’s important to note that beta updates are not supported in the Android O Developer Preview. Also, the process requires you to unlock the bootloader of your device, which will delete all user data.

Flashing the system image will also delete user data, so I’ll recommend you to backup your Android devices. You can check out our detailed article on the different ways to backup an Android device. Also, since this is a very early developer build, you can expect a lot of bugs and issues.

Things You Will Need

Android O System Image

ADB and Fastboot

You will need to have ADB and Fastboot tools on your Windows PC or Mac. You can download ADB and Fastboot here.

Android Developer Options

Unlock Your Device’s Bootloader

To check if the device is connected or not:

adb devices

You will get a prompt on your device asking you to “Allow USB Debugging“. Tap on “Ok”.

Next, enter this command to reboot your device into bootloader mode:

adb reboot bootloader

Once your device starts up in bootloader mode, enter this command to make sure fastboot recognizes your device:

adb fastboot devices

Then, enter this command to unlock bootloader:

adb fastboot oem unlock

You should then see a few prompts on your device. Accept it and after a while your device will be completely wiped and the bootloader will be unlocked.

Note: If fastboot does not recognize your device, make sure your PC has the drivers for your device. You can manually install the USB drivers from here.

Flash the Android O Image

First, extract the Android O system image you downloaded. Inside the extracted folder, you will find another ZIP file, extract that as well.

Once you have extracted all the files, make sure to move them to the ADB and Fastboot folder.

Then, make sure your Nexus or Pixel is in the bootloader mode and launch the “flash-all.bat” file. This file should open up Command Prompt, flash all the files and install Android O onto your device.

Many people including me have come across errors when executing the batch file. However, there is an alternative way. You can open up Command Prompt here and flash these images one by one via these commands:

fastboot flash system system.img

Once the scripts finish, your device will be rebooted and Android O should be installed on your device.

SEE ALSO: 8 Cool Android O Features You Should Know

Installed Android O on Your Nexus or Pixel?

Oneplus 6 Vs Samsung Galaxy S9

Our Verdict

When we reviewed the Samsung S9 back in March we said that it was ‘an amazing smartphone that will be hard to beat in 2023’. This remains true, but with its cheaper price we think the OnePlus 6 just has the edge. A OnePlus 6 might not have the waterproofing, expandable storage, or photographic heritage of the S9, but it does a lot of the same things for about £250 less. If you want the best, and don’t mind paying for the privilege, then the S9 is the one to buy. Those seeking a great Android experience, but wanting to save a decent wedge of cash, will find the OnePlus 6 very hard to resist.

Best Prices Today: OnePlus 6




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OnePlus is now selling its latest handset, the OnePlus 6, which continues the company’s trend of high-quality components and reasonable prices. So, does the new addition have what it takes to tempt Android users away from the current king of the hill? We compare the OnePlus 6 with the all conquering Samsung Galaxy S9.

Price and Availability

Samsung released the S9 and its larger sibling the S9+ back in March, with respective list prices of £739/ $719 and £869/ $839.

These are widely available from retailers and mobile providers, and it’s worth keeping an eye on them as they pop up with discounts from time to time.

Be sure to regularly check our Best Samsung S9 & S9+ deals guide for any bargains.

The OnePlus was announced at an event in London on 16 May and went on general release on 22 May.

There are three variants available, each of which combine different allotments of RAM and storage. Here is the list of options;

6GB/64GB: £469/US$529/€519

8GB/64GB: £519/$579/€569

8GB/128GB: £569/$629/€619

You can order an unlocked OnePlus 6 directly from OnePlus or on a contract from O2, who have an exclusive UK deal for the phone.

Read our Where to buy the OnePlus 6 feature for more details.

Design and Build

Android phones have taken on a taller, skinnier design in recent years. The reason for this is simple, as it allows displays to be larger without making the devices impossible to hold.

Samsung and OnePlus adopt this approach with the former installing displays with 18:5:9 aspect ratios, while the OnePlus is marginally larger with its 19:9 panel.

Size-wise the OnePlus 6 sits between the two Samsung devices, being wider and also thinner than both.


OnePlus 6: 156.1mm x 75mm x 7.75mm; 177g

Samsung Galaxy S9: 148mm x 69mm x 8.5mm; 163g

Samsung Galaxy S9+: 158mm x 73.8mm x 8.5mm; 189g

Construction sees another shared ethos, with the metal chassis’ adorned with glass backs and curved edges. In the Samsung devices this permits wireless charging, but sadly that feature is missing from the OnePlus 6.

Both the Samsung models feature an IP68 rating, which means that they are waterproof. OnePlus doesn’t include one of these but states that the unit will be fine in light rain showers.

One immediately obvious difference is found when you turn the displays on. Samsung has resolutely stuck to its thin bezels and straight edge across the top layout. OnePlus eschews this in favour of the current Apple-led trend of inserting a notch into the top of the display, where a facial recognition camera is housed.

Flipping the units over reveals fingerprint sensors positioned under the single camera on the S9 and dual-camera units on the S9+ and OnePlus 6. There is also the simple pleasure of finding headphone jacks at the base of all the handsets. Yay!

It’s easy to see that these are attractive, premium-looking devices that are certain to catch the eye, as well as quite a few fingerprints.


Samsung make some of the best displays currently available, and this is borne out by the panels in both the S9 and S9+.

The former features 5.8in Quad HD+ SuperAMOLED Infinity display that runs at a resolution of 2960×1440, while the lager unit is the same except for its 6.2in size.

They are both capable of being very bright indeed, which is good is you’re going to be spending time outside in the sun, and render vivid, rich colours. As we said, these are great screens.

OnePlus doesn’t skimp on this area either, offering a 6.28in AMOLED panel running at a 2280×1080 resolution, which is a just little lower than that on the Samsungs. 

The notch along the top will be a matter of personal taste. It seems that most Android manufacturers have opted to include one this year, and opinions on this are definitely mixed.

Should you find the feature annoying, then there is a software setting that will black out either side of the notch, returning you to an OCD-satisfying straight line.

Processor, Memory, and Storage

As these are premium devices it’s no great surprise to find that the components inside are top of the line.

Samsung combines its own Exynos 9810 octa-core SoC, with 4GB of RAM on the S9 and 6GB on the S9+. These are bolstered, respectively, by 64GB and 128GB of storage, all of which can be expanded up to 400GB via microSD.

OnePlus opts for the comparable Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor, with options for either 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of storage. You’ll need to decide how much space you’re going to use for the duration of the device’s life though, as there is no option to add a microSD card.

For a more detailed look at the technical specifications of the devices, here’s a full breakdown;

SpecificationSamsung Galaxy S9Samsung Galaxy S9+OnePlus 6Operating SystemAndroid 8.0 OreoAndroid 8.0 OreoAndroid 8.1 OreoDisplay5.8in Quad HD+ (2960×1440) 18.5:9 SuperAMOLED Infinity Display6.2in Quad HD+ (2960×1440) 18.5:9 SuperAMOLED Infinity display 6.28in Full HD+ (2280×1080) AMOLED display, 19:9, 402ppiProcessorExynos 8910 octa-core processorExynos 8910 octa-core processorQualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processorMemory4GB RAM6GB6/8GBStorage64GB (expandable up to 400GB via microSD) 128GB (expandable up to 400GB via microSD)64/128/256GBPrimary Camera12Mp rear-facing camera with OIS and switchable  f/1.5-f/2.4 aperture12Mp rear-facing camera with OIS and f/1.5-f/2.5 switchable aperture + 12Mp telephoto F/2.4 16Mp and 20Mp rear camera, f/1.7Front Camera8Mp8Mp16Mp f/2.0Video Recording4K @ 60fps, Super slo-mo 720p @ 960fps, HDR4K @ 60fps, Super slo-mo 720p @ 960fps, HDR4K @ 60fps, Slo-mo 720p @480fps WiFi802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-bandGPSYesYesYesBluetooth5.0 with aptX5.0 with aptX5.0 with aptXNFCYesYesYesFingerprint scannerYesYesYesWireless chargingYes (fast-charging) Yes (Fast-charging)NoColoursMidnight Black, Coral Blue, Titanium Gray, Liliac Purple Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Titanium Gray, Liliac Purple Silk White, Mirror Black, Midnight BlackPortsUSB-C, 3.5mm Headphone jackUSB-C, 3.5mm Headphone jackUSB-C, 3.5mm Headphone jackWaterproofIP68IP68Usable in light rain showersDimensions148mm x 69mm x 8.5mm158mm x 73.8mm x 8.5mm156.1mm x 75mm x 7.75mmWeight163g189g177gBattery3000mAh3500mAh3300mAh


Another traditional area of strength for Samsung is its cameras. The S9 is something of an oddity in 2023, as it only has a single rear lens rather than the dual setup that can be found on most flagships at the moment, including the S9+ and OnePlus 6.

That being said, it’s a highly capable 12Mp sensor with an innovative switchable aperture that offers f/2.4 in bright settings, and a faster f/1.5 for when things get darker. There’s also Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) to keep things smooth.

The S9+ comes with the same main camera but pairs it with a 13Mp telephoto lens for greater depth in images, plus a dedicated portrait mode.

Both devices shoot 4K video at up to 60fps, and have a super slo-mo mode that can capture 720p footage at 960fps.

The OnePlus 6 is, on paper, a solid performer. The dual-camera combines 16Mp and 20Mp units, with f/1.7 apertures on both and OIS on the 16Mp sensor.

Video can be recorded up to 4K at 60fps, just like on the Samsung devices, but slo-mo maxes out at 480fps for 720p, which is half that of the S9 and S9+.

As the OnePlus 6 is still barely out of the wrapping, we will be conducting deeper tests on the camera performance in a variety of settings. So, be sure to check back if you want to see how it stands up to its Samsung rivals.


OnePlus may use its own OxygenOS, but it’s a very light overlay that leaves most things in the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system unmolested. Thankfully there isn’t much in the way of bloatware either, making the OnePlus 6 a fine choice for those who like Android the way Google intended it to be.

Samsung’s TouchWiz interface has been refined a great deal over the past few years, but it is still distinctively different from stock Android in terms of looks and features. Of course, for many people TouchWiz is Android, and if you’re one of those then the 2023 version is the best it’s been.

Opening the app draw will show lots of bespoke Samsung apps vying for your custom – email, calendar, etc. – but these can be replaced by your own personal favourites.

Under the skin there’s Android 8.0 Oreo, although the 8.1 update is expected to appear any day.

Related: Best OnePlus phones

Specs OnePlus 6: Specs

Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS

6.28in Full HD+ (1080×2280) AMOLED display, 19:9, 402ppi

Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor

Adreno 630 graphics


64/128/256GB storage

16Mp and 20Mp rear cameras, f/1.7, support for 4K video at 60fps

16Mp front camera, f/2.0

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi

Bluetooth 5.0

4G LTE (Cat 16)

Dual nano-SIM


Headphone jack

Fingerprint sensor (rear)


3,300mAh non-removable battery with Dash Charge



How To Install Git On Linux

Git is a popular version control system that enables developers to track changes in their codebase and quickly interact with others. It is widely used in the software development business and has evolved into an essential tool for many programmers.

In this article will walk you through the Installation of Git on Linux.


Access to a user account that has sudo or root rights.

A computer that is running Ubuntu 20.04 or 22.04.

Access to a command line/terminal window (Ctrl+Alt+T).

Install Git using APT

This is the easiest way to install Git on your system because Git package is included in the official Ubuntu chúng tôi you wish to install a specific version or latest stable version, you need to Install Git from source.

[email protected]:-$ sudo apt update Yeading package lists... 99%

This command will refresh the package listings in preparation for upgrades and new package installations.

Then, if there are any pending upgrades, upgrade the system:

sudo apt upgrade [email protected]:-$ sudo apt upgrade Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Reading state information... Done Calculating upgrade... Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no lon ger required: libflashromi libftdi1-2 1ibllvmi3 virtualbox-guest-utils Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove them. The following NEW packages will be installed: libatomic1 libllvmi5 linux-headers-5.19.0-45-generic linux-hwe-5.19-headers-5.19.0-45 linux-image-5.19.0-45-generic linux-modules-5.19.0-45-generic linux-modules-extra-5.19.0-45-generic systemd-hwe-hwdb The following packages will be upgraded: accountsservice alsa-ucm-conf apparmor apport apport-gtk apt apt-utils avahi-autoipd avahi-daemon avahi-utils base-files bind9-dnsutils bind9-host bindo-libs britty ca-certificates cpp-11 cups cups-browsed cups-bsd cups-client cups-common cups-core-drivers cups-daemon cups-filters cups-filters-core-drivers cups-ipp-utils cups-ppdc sudo apt install git [email protected]:-$ sudo apt install git Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Reading state information... Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no nger required: Llibflashrom1 libftdi1-2 1ibllvm13 virtualbox-guest-utils Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove them. The following additional packages will be installed: git-man liberror-perl Suggested packages: git-gui gitk gitweb git-cvs git-mediawiki git-svn The following NEW packages will be installed: git git-man liberror-perl © upgraded, 3 newly installed, © to remove and 1 not upgraded. Need to get 4,147 kB of archives. After this operation, 21.6 MB of additional disk space will be used. Do you want to continue? [y/n]

During the installation, you may be asked to confirm the installation by typing ‘y’ and pressing Enter. Please do so in order for the installation to proceed. The system will then download and install the Git package and any dependencies.

git --version

If Git was successfully installed, the version number will be displayed in the output terminal.

Install Git from Source

If you wish to install a specific version of Git or any latest stable version, you need to compile Git from source. Make sure you install the dependencies required to install from source.

sudo apt update sudo apt install dh-autoreconf libcurl4-gnutls-dev libexpat1-dev make gettext libz-dev libssl-dev libghc-zlib-dev

Now choose the version you need to install and copy the tar.gz link from the official git releases page.

Now you can download and extract the version you wish to the /usr/share directory.

Once the download is completed you can move inside the directory and execute the following commands to compile and install Git.


HTTP request sent, awaiting response… 362 Found

following] /tags/v2.41.0 3… connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response… 260 OK Length: 10884275 (16M) [application/x-gzip] saving to: ‘STDOUT’

Here are the instructions for compiling and installing Git on Linux:

cd /usr/src/git-* sudo make prefix=/usr/local all sudo make prefix=/usr/local install [email protected]:~$ cd /usr/src/git-* sudo make prefix=/usr/Tocal all Sudo make prefix=/usr/Tocal install GIT_VERSION = 2.41.6 * new build flags CC oss-fuzz/fuzz-conmit-graph.o CC oss-fuzz/fuzz-pack-headers.o CC oss-fuzz/fuzz-pack-idx.o CC daemon.o * new link flags CC common-main.o cc abspath.o CC add-interactive.o CC add-patch.o CC alias.o CC alloc.o cc apply.o CC archive-tar.o cc archive-zip.o git --version

You will get a sample output similar to the one below.

Now you have compiled and installed Git from source.

Configure the Git User Information

Before you begin using Git, you should configure your user information. This data will be linked to any commits you make in a Git repository. Replace the placeholders with your own name and email address and run the following commands:

git config --global chúng tôi "Your Name" git config --global "[email protected]"

You may check the configuration settings by running the command:

git config --list

A list of setup items, including your name and email address, will be displayed.

Output sample:

If you prefer to manually edit the Git configuration file, you can do so with any text editor you like, such as nano:

nano ~/.gitconfig

Now your changes will be saved inside the ~/.gitconfig folder.

Also read: You might also find useful our guide on How to Modify the Hostname in Linux


To summarize, installing Git on Linux is a simple process. By following the provided steps, you can easily set up Git, update your system, and configure your user information. You are now ready to use Git’s sophisticated version control capabilities for your software development projects after successfully installing it.

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