Root & Recovery

Root Samsung Galaxy devices using CF Auto Root and Odin

Chainfire, who presented to us the SuperSU app and the least complex method for rooting any Android device by essentially flashing a zip by means of TWRP recovery, is a standout amongst the most regarded individual in the whole Android people group.

The root star dev has additionally done colossal work for Samsung devices, giving basic approach to get root through Odin with a straightforward flash of CF Auto Root file (specific for every device model and firmware manufacture).

Root Samsung Galaxy devices

CF Auto Root is accessible for practically all Samsung device models, with the exception of the ones that are bootloader bolted like those of AT&T and Verizon. You can snatch CF Auto Root from the download link beneath:

Download CF Auto Root

└ Be certain to download the CF Auto Root file specific for your device model and firmware manufacturer.

Root Samsung Galaxy devices using CF Auto Root and Odin

  1. Unzip the CF Auto Root .compress file that you downloaded for your device from the link above. You’ll get Odin and CF Auto Root tar file and some more.
  2. Run/open Odin3 v3.10.6.exe file from the separated files on your PC.
  3. (If applicable) Enable OEM to open on your device:
  4. Go to Settings » About phone » and tap “Build number” multiple times to empower “Developer options“.
  5. Return to principle Settings page, look to the base and choose “Designer choices” from there.
  6. Under Developer choices, search for “Enable OEM unlock” checkbox/switch and ensure you Check it or turn it ON.
  7. Boot your device into Download mode:
  8. Turn off your device.
  9. Press and hold “Home + Power + Volume down” buttons for a couple of moments until you see a notification screen.
  10. Press Volume Up on the notification screen to acknowledge it and boot into Download mode.
  11. When your device is in download mode, connect it to the PC with a USB link. The Odin window on PC ought to distinguish the device and show an”Added!!” message.
  12. Now click on the AP tab on Odin window and select the CF Auto Root .tar file.
  13. Snap the Start button on Odin and sit tight for it to complete the procedure. When it has completed effectively, you’ll see a pass message on the Odin screen.
  14. Your device will naturally reboot when Odin is finished flashing, and the CF Auto Root content will be obvious on your device.
  15. You can disconnect the device from PC at this stage.

Also See: Install TWRP Recovery on Zenfone 2 and Root

There’s nothing more to it. When booted, your Samsung Galaxy device ought to be rooted. To verify, download/install any root checker app from the Play Store

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