The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will soon be available in stores, but until then, users looking to test the phones’ software can do so by downloading a system partition dump from the Galaxy S6 SM-920F model that includes various things, such as all of the phone’s system files, applications, fonts, framework, media and plenty more.

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Online publication ZiDroid has obtained the files, making them available for download so that hardcore Android users can already try them out on their current Android phones.

Before that, parts of the Galaxy S6’s software, including apps and wallpapers, have been leaked. But this is the first time the full system dump has been made available for download.

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will launch in various markets beginning on April 10th, though many people have already had access to the phones and have even performed thorough teardowns.

To grab the full Galaxy S6 system dump, follow the source link below – however, before using any of it on your current device, make sure you back up all your data.