Root: How to Root on Your Samsung with Android

How to Root on Samsung devices.
How to Root on Samsung devices.

Hello visitors! In today’s article I will teach you in a practical way how to root on your Samsung device, and activate advanced features of your device as well as overclock, modify and enable the firmware modification of your device!

You can download the files via the link below:

Click here to Download – Download


“Rooting or rooting is nothing more than a procedure performed on smartphones and tablets with Android operating system which allows user-installed applications to run privileged commands that are typically not available in their default configuration. The name of the process comes from the fact that the Android operating system is linux-based and this system has a superuser, called root or root, who has access to commands, settings and sensitive areas of the operating system file system.” Source: Wikipedia.

“The root procedure enables functions that allow the user to remove, change, or replace system or previously factory-installed applications – freeing up, space in the smartphone’s internal memory, using specialized applications – that require administrative permissions (such as processor or gpu overclocking applications, which allow you to run games and emulators at a higher speed), and also perform operations that are otherwise inaccessible to the average user. The procedure also allows the replacement/modification of the original operating system of the device with a customized one.”  -ERR:REF-NOT-FOUND-Source: Wikipedia.

I want to make it clear, that we have no responsibility for technical problems caused by misuse, or errors in the root procedure. And that the procedure can permanently damage your device, cause data loss, and damage memory cards, lose imei, cause bugs in the system. 

So only proceed if you know the risks you run and take full responsibility for them. Any and all procedures described herein should only be followed if you agree that you have full responsibility for your actions and that you still wish to proceed.

Advantages of enabling Root on your Samsung with Android:

  • Access to hidden system files,
  • Access and power to uninstall bloatware-type applications that only take up space,
  • Access to advanced network settings and disabled features by default,
  • Power to free up Ram and speed up device resources,
  • Power to Increase processor speed by making the device fast in games (Overclocking),
  • Power to lower processor power consumption using “underclock” features,
  • Power to visually modify firmware, and edit visuals.
  • And more!

Root disadvantages:

  • Possibility of blocking and losing access to Bank applications, example: Banco Next,
  • Possibility to block and lose access to credit card apps,
  • Possibility to block and lose access to Netflix and other streaming services,
  • Possibility of permanently damaging your device.

Root has many advantages, and allows you to use your smartphone in a deep way, extracting the most of its resources, but some companies and application developers often repudiate and discourage the practice because it facilitates fralde in banking systems and consequently helps to diaper other electronic services as well.

If you still want to modify your device then let’s go!

To root on your samsung you will need:

  • 1 USB cable in good condition,
  • 1 computer running Windows 7 or higher,
  • 1 Samsung device with original stock rom,

You will need to download the Root Package compatible with your device, for this you should use the search service available here.

By clicking on the link above, you will be forwarded to a search screen with the options, Device and with the submit button, in the Device field you must insert the model of your samsung smartphone, select from the list and then click Submit. For example for the Galaxy J7 Prime, the model is G610M so just type this in the box and click submit.   To know what the nomenclature of the model of your device just go to the settings and click on the option “on the device” and there you will find data about the model and version of your device.

After the search, you will be taken to the screen that has files on your device, you must go down to wherever is the current rom of your device, once again to identify which version of the rom of your device, check in settings>about device> software information.

After selecting the correct rom, which can be Android, 4, 5 , 6 , 7 8 or 9, you click on it, and then will be taken to another screen where are listed boot files, recovery and etc, go down the option CF-Auto-Root, and click on the button, and on the next screen DO NOT MODIFY ANYTHING on the buttons, and just scroll down and click on : GENERATE CF-AUTO-ROOT PACKAGE, Wait for processing and downloading the root package will start automatically.

The next step will be to download the USB drivers from your device and install on the computer.

You can download the usb drivers by clicking here.

Install the drivers package without connecting your device to the USB ports of the PC.

Now go to the device settings, and in software information click 10 times under build number to activate the developer menu.

To Activate the developer menu: Click 10 times about the version or build number.
To Activate the developer menu: Click 10 times about the version or build number.

After enabling the developer menu enter it, turn on the options, and then search for USB debugging and enable usb debugging as well.  Ready! Your device is ready!

Turn on USB debugging in the developer menu.
Turn on USB debugging in the developer menu.

Now you will need to download Odin to your computer, you can use the following link to download odin: Download Samsung Odin.

After downloading the Samsung Odin, extract the compressed file to your desktop, and the next step will be to turn off your smartphone.  Make sure that the battery is at 80% charge before starting the procedure.

After turning off the device, you must turn it on in Download mode to send the root file to your memory:

To put your samsung into download mode press, Home (menu), Volume less, and then Connect. Then press volume + on the screen that asks if you want to enter download mode.
To put your samsung into download mode press, Home (menu), Volume less, and then Connect. Then press volume + on the screen that asks if you want to enter download mode.

The last step will be to insert the smartphone into the usb port, wait to install the drivers of your device, and if all goes well with the installation of the drivers, you should open Odin.

Open the odin, click PDA and select the file you downloaded from CF-Auto-Root.

Insert the root file into Odin using the AP or PDA button. and to start the procedure click Start and wait for the end or pass message.
Insert the root file into Odin using the AP or PDA button. and to start the procedure click Start and wait for the end or pass message.

After the process is over on some devices, the system restarts on its own and when it turns on it will already have root available.  But on other modern samsung handsets, you may need to hold less volume and the power button for it to reboot and exit the Download screen.

Every time you use an application that needs root, you must give it permission using the application that manages root (In case it will be SuperSU) on your device.  simply select allow every time you are asked if you want to give root access to a particular application.

Ready! Now just enjoy your android with permission of super user! (Root).

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