Rooting has now become very common phenomena among the hardcore Android device users. Rooting brings lots of advantages such as getting the superuser access, overclocking, disabling ADs on various applications and so on. Almost all Android phones can be rooted. This includes Samsung Galaxy devices too. As we already know there are various ways and number of tools by which a user can root his device. In this post, we will tell you how to root Samsung Galaxy devices using CF Auto root and Odin tool.
CF Auto Root is a tool developed by ChainFire for rooting purposes. Below you can find the link to CF Auto root for your respective Samsung device that you may want to root. In this process, you will be using the Odin Tool. Odin tool is another tool used exclusively for flashing stock Samsung ROMs. Click here to know more about Odin Tool. Also, a pivotal thing you have to remember is you need to unlock the OEM and enable USB debugging for the entire rooting process to take place. You will find more info on that in the section ahead.
Download CF Auto root for Samsung Devices
Since we are talking of any and every Samsung Galaxy device and the corresponding rooting, you will have to download the CF Auto Root package for your respective device.
Before moving into the steps of rooting you have to take care of a few points .
- Make sure your device is completely charged before performing rooting.
- Check that you’ve got the accurate CF Auto root package for your Samsung device of choice.
- Enable USB Debugging on your device and unlock the OEM.
- Install the latest Samsung USB drivers.
- A PC/Laptop and a microUSB Cable.
Disclaimer: GetDroidTips will not be responsible for the bricking or damage to any Android devices while you are performing this rooting process.
Steps to Root Any Samsung Galaxy Phone Using CF Auto Root
Here are the complete steps to perform the rooting process using CF Auto root and Odin tool.
Step-1 Download and extract the respective CF Auto root for your Samsung phone.
Step-2 Now enter your device into download mode. To do that, hold together and long press the Volume Down + Home + Power button. You may see some warning sign but you have to continue anyway.
Step-3 You have to open up the Odin Tool. It is the one that you will find in the CF Auto root package that you downloaded above.
Step-4 Now connect your phone with the PC/Laptop Check that your device gets detected by Odin. You will see an “Added” notification which means your device is now connected.
Step-5 Click on the AP
Step-6 Select the tar file which you extracted in Step-1 from the CF Auto root package.
Step-7 Then click on the Start button to begin the rooting process.
Step-8 Wait a while as the process completes. You will see a green box to confirm this.
Step-9 Now disconnect your phone.
You can verify the root access status of your phone by downloading an App called the Root Checker App.
So, that’s it. We hope you now can root your Samsung Galaxy Phone using CF Auto Root and Odin tool easily. If you have any queries do let us know.