In this article we are going to show you how to fix Status 7 Installation Aborted warning message when installing a custom ROM. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a very good phone with very good specifications.
It has a 5 inch Full HD screen, Snapdragon 600 chipset, 2600 mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat. These specifications have attracted a lot of visitors. That’s why the S4 is one of Samsung’s best-selling phones of 2013.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 has a huge fan base with users all around the world. There are many developers who have the device. They have developed and created many useful programs and mods for this phone.
The biggest projects are always custom ROMs. Custom ROM is a custom firmware created and enhanced by developers that can be installed in a specific Android phone. They have more features that make the user experience better.
There are many ROMs available for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Here is a list of best ROMs for the Galaxy S4. There is a common issue that happens many times. When a user boots to Recovery and tries to install a ROM, a warning message saying “(Status 7) Installation Aborted” shows up.
When this message shows up, the user cannot install the ROM he wants. There are a few reasons why this problem occurs. Here are a few simple solutions.
Download the ROM ZIP file again
If you are downloading the firmware using your browser, there is a high chance that your file can get corrupted, especially if the internet speed is slow. If the file gets corrupted, it will not work even though the full file has been downloaded.
Update Recovery Version
Another reason why the ROM won’t install is because of old recovery version. If the ROM you are trying to install is a new version and your Recovery is old, there will be a conflict which will not allow the ROM to install. So make sure to install the latest version of your Recovery.