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How to root Samsung Galaxy S7 with Kingo Root

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Today I will show you a really easy way to root your Samsung Galaxy S7 with the Kingo Root application. If you are not sure if you should root your android device, you may want to take a look to this article: What is rooting and why root my Android device?

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In order to root your Samsung Galaxy S7, follow these steps:

1- Start by enabling USB debugging on your device.

2- Download the free Kingo Root software here and open it on your computer.

3- Once the software opened, plug your device into your computer with a USB cable. The software will then proceed to drivers installation.

4- You should now see your device model and root status on the software. Read the disclaimer and then press the ROOT button to start rooting your device.

5- Once rooting is complete, you will be prompted to click on the finish button. Be sure to press that button before unplugging your Samsung Galaxy 7 phone. You phone will then reboot.

6- Once your device is rebooted, a screen will pop up on your device asking for SuperUser privileges. Press on “Grant” to allow access.

Congratulation, your device is now rooted!



How to root Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge [one click with PingPong Root]

The Galaxy S6 is the last released phone from Samsung. The device offer many improvement in functionalities, but it may not be enough for many people (like me 😛 ). To get the very best of your phone, you need to root it! Still not sure about this? Here’s a few reasons why you should root your Android device.

Now, here’s how to root the Samsung Galaxy S6 in a really easy way with the PingPong Root application. If you prefer the Odin method, read this post instead.


How to root your Samsung Galaxy S6 with PingPong Root

Of course, you need to install the application, but you will need first to allow installation of applications from unknown sources.

Step 1

Make sure you have the permissions to install the application by allowing installation of unknown sources applications.

Step 2

With your phone, download the PingPong Root application.

Step 3

Install the application. Open it and click on “Get root!“.

Step 4

A popup will appear asking you to wait while the installation process. Once the installation is done, restart your phone.


Congratulation, your phone is now rooted! As I said, PingPong Root is the easiest way to root your phone. If you experienced some issues while trying to root with this application, you can always use the Odin method, with no applications required.



How to root Samsung Galaxy S4

So, you have a Samsung Galaxy S4 and want to root it? You are at the right place! I will show you how to easily root it. If you are not sure what is rooting, check this article: What is rooting and why root my Android device.

How to root my Samsung Galaxy S4?


Step 1

Download CF Auto Root :

Step 2

Extract all the files in a folder. In your files, you should have the CF Auto Root MD5 file and the Odin software. If you do not have the Odin software, download it here.


Step 3

Run the Odin software as administrator.


Step 4

Click on the PDA button and select the CF Auto Root file.


Step 5

Power off you phone, then turn it on in download mode. To turn your phone on it download mode, you need to hold the volume down button, the home button as well as the power button together for a couple of seconds. When it ask you if you want to proceed, press volume up to agree.


Step 6

Plug your phone into your PC with a USB cable while being in the download mode. Odin should now detect your phone and a blue square should appears on the top left.


Step 7

Make sure the options “Auto Reboot” and “F. Reset Time” are checked and click Start.

Congratulation, your phone is now rooted!

I got a fail error message during the process

If your root didn’t work and you got a fail error message from Odin, don’t panic, it is easy to fix. I had this error too and I tried a few things before figuring out it was because of Windows Defender. Simply deactivate Windows Defender, as well as your firewall and your anti-virus program during the process and it will work!



Samsung Galaxy S6 Running SuperSU rooted

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925F [with Odin]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is currently my favorite phone because of it’s looks and the glass finish & today I will show a tutorial to root Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925F. Like all Samsung tutorials, this one will too have Odin tool.

*Edit: there’s now an easier way to root Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge. Read this post on how to root Samsung Galaxy S6 with PingPong Root application.

You need not to worry with the name of Odin because it is very easy and all you have to do is press some buttons and you are rooted. We will be downloading some files too, but that are too maximum 30-40 MB approximately and this will not take more than 10 minutes to root and if you have ever used Odin, then not even 5 minuets!

This is only for Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925F Running on Stock Android 5.0.2 Lollipop [zerolte] on LRX22G.G925FXXU1AOCV build ID.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Running SuperSU rooted

Now let’s move on to our topic and let’s begin with downloads first!

Rooting Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge using Odin

  • Get Samsung Galaxy s6 rooting kit and Odin tool and extract it in your PC. This is one of the most important steps and without this you will not be able to root S6 Edge.
    ChainFire Auto Root Tool Extracted root samsung galaxy s6
  • Also download Samsung Galaxy s6 Edge USB drivers and install like a normal file on your PC.
  • Shut down your device. Long press Power button and Shut Down your device.
  • Press and hold Volume Down Power Home keys for some time until your device boots in Download mode and you see an exclamation mark in a triangle. After that leave those buttons.
  • Now it’s the time to open Odin. Double click on Odin3-v3.10.6.exe file to open it.
  • Connect your phone with USB cable and plug the USB cable into your PC.
  • Now in the message box you will see Added! which means that your device is successfully connected to Odin and is ready to be flashed.
    Odin Device Added! Ready to Root
  • Click on AP button and choose Cf-AutoRoot file choose.
    Samsung Galaxy s6 Root Odin
  • Make sure only F. Reset Auto Reboot is checked in option:
    Odin Tool
  • Finally click on Start button in Odin to begin the install. It will take 2-3 minutes depending on your PC speed, but will not exceed more than 5 minutes.
  • You will see PASS! message in Odin indicating that the flash has been completed and S6 Edge will automatically reboot to OS.
    Odin 3.07 Flash Complete Samsung Galaxy Roted
  • Disconnect the USB from PC after the flash is completed.
  • Open Application Drawer and check for SuperSU application. If the application is there, then it means that you have rooted your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge!



Install CyanogenMod 12 ROM [Android 5.0.2] on Samsung Galaxy S5

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Samsung Galaxy S5 is the most powerful phone in the S series till now and is popular in the market because of it’s mindblowing features which still many phones ain’t having. The phone released in 2014 was released with Android 4.4.2 KitKat and with a new TouchWiz OS. Well, I usually don’t write about Samsung because I have never experienced any Samsung phone. By experience, I mean I haven’t done anything much, but just played with Odin to root the phone, installed ROMs and recoveries only. When I heard about Samsung Galaxy S5, I was happy because I knew that one my friend will be buying it obviously and I will get my hands on it. When I used the phone, it was impressive because the earlier versions of TouchWiz OS were too slow and unresponsive. Tap on the screen and wait for a few seconds to get the result, but the S5 appealed to me a lot. Anyway, some days ago, he pinged me when he saw me and mine friends running on the latest Android 5.0 OS because he was waiting for an official update. The wish will be taking many months to complete, and till the time, Android 6.0 will be launched! After feeling sad for him, I took his phone and rooted off and installed CyanogenMod 12 ROM onto the phone and now he’s happy with that ROM only. Okay, so let’s see what are the features that you’ll be getting after install CM 12 ROM on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Remove TouchWiz OSThough the new TouchWiz OS is smooth, but don’t you want to try new themes daily and change between them in just some seconds? With CyanogenMod ROMs, you cannot only download themes from Google Play Store (or from 3rd party apps), but also can apply them without a single reboot! Not only thing, AOSP or the pure Android OS is much faster than TouchWiz.

Material UI- So you think the UI of TouchWiz is better than Android? You are absolutely wrong. If you think so, then it looks like you have only used KitKat OS by Google. The new OS i.e., Lollipop is totally changed! All from notification bar to the key navigations buttons have been changed.

ART- If your phone lags on the TouchWiz UI and you are updating to CM 12 ROM just because of this, then you are doing it right. ART which was introduced in KitKat is now fully stable and it much powerful than the Dalvik RunTime. It not only saves your battery, but increases your device’s speed too.

There are many features which you’ll be getting with CM 12 ROM and let’s no more waste our time in reading them. Let’s move to the main tutorial quickly.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Running On Android 5.0.2 Lollipop With CyanogenMod 12 ROM- Installation Tutorial

How To Install CyanogenMod 12 On Samsung Galaxy S5

  • First of all, get the CyanogenMod 12 ROM from XDA. Thanks to Temasek on XDA for porting this ROM to the S5.
  • After downloading the ROM onto your phone, reboot it to custom recovery, say ClockWorkMod recovery.
  • Follow this tutorial to make a backup of your current ROM.
  • Choose Wipe data/factory reset option from ClockWorkMod recovery and do it.
  • After you have wiped the data, select Choose the zip from sdcard option from CWM recovery and now hunt and choose your ROM (in .ZIP format). Confirm the flash!
  • After the ROM has been flashed, select the first option i.e., Reboot system now to reboot your device to the ROM.
Now it will take some minutes or so for your device to be in the main Android UI after which you can install your favorite applications and do everything you did on TouchWiz OS.
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