Some mobiles do not root easily, but other mobiles root easily and quickly with no problem. If you have already tried King Root OR Kingo Root but still your mobile is not rooted, this article for you. In this post, I will tell you how you can root all Samsung mobiles. This method is slightly difficult, but don’t worry. I will tell you step by step procedure of rooting device using Odin.
You need to two files,
- Odin downloads from here.
- Downloads CF-Auto-Root downloads from here. (If your mobile model number is not found try any model number).
- Download Samsung USB drivers for proper working of Odin
What is Odin?
Odin is a tool for flashing stock firmware’s released by Samsung. It is also used as a way of unbricking (Brick is caused due to misconfiguration, corrupted firmware, or a hardware problem) an Android device.
What is CF-Auto-Root?
CF-Auto-Root is an ODIN-based rooting method and works on almost all Samsung devices. CF-Root is meant to be used in combination with stock Samsung firmware and is the quickest way for your first root. In essence, it does nothing but installs and enables SuperSU on your system, so apps can gain root access.
- Download above these files then extracts Odin file.
- To enable Developer Option mode, go to Setting>>About Device, tap 6-7 times on Built Number to show Developer Option.
- Go developer option and enable USB debugging mode.
- Power OFF your mobile and open it in Downloading Mode by pressing Home Button+Volume Down Button at the same time for few seconds till downloading mode will appear.
- Then attached your mobile with USB data cable.
- Open the Odin (Added message will show) and click on PDA ,select the CF-Auto-Root. This file in the. TAR.(Enable Auto-Reboot and F. RESET TIME in Odin).
- Click on Start the button to start the process.
- When this process is complete, your phone will restart.
SuperSU automatically installs on your device which means that your mobile is successfully rooted, you can also check your mobile to make sure that your mobile is rooted or not by download Root Checker OR Root Check from Play Store.
Note: You follow this guide and use the software at your own risk.