In today’s short tutorial you’ll find out how to obtain root access on your Samsung Galaxy S6. The device used in the video is the SM-G920F.
1. You need to have ADB driver installed on your computer. You’ll get that by installing Samsung Kies. However, be sure Kies ISN’T running while you root or else root will fail.
2. You need to download the correct CF-Auto-Root zip file for your device’s model number. Get it from here:
3. To flash the CF-Auto-Root file, you’ll need Odin, it will come in the zip file you download from the autoroot.chainfire.eu webpage. If not, you can always download it from the internet.
Remember: anything you do to your phone or on your phone is your own responsibility. 😉
Using this method you can root other Samsung Galaxy mobile devices (S3, S4, S5, S6, S7…) and tablets, but keep in mind it will trip your Knox counter if the device comes with Knox security.
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