Root Galaxy S7 SM-G930F Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Hey, what’s up! We are here with another Android rooting step-by-step guide for the Galaxy S7 SM-G930F. Learn how to root the Exynos variant running the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and gain root access to unlock additional features and possibilities on your device.
The next Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone is now available in the market and even good news with that, and Chainfire Xda developer has rooted the Galaxy S7 G930F variant. You can now easily root your S7 using cf-auto root kernel running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Chainfire has made it look pretty easy to root Galaxy S7 using auto root and Odin (Samsung ROM flash tool). Currently, it is the only and one of the easiest method to get root access, but the downside is it trip Samsung Knox counter and voids warranty, but you always gets benefits of rooting by gaining root access to your device.
- Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F.
- Even though rooting does not wipe data but its always recommended to backup your Android.
- Download Cf-auto root zip package for your phone.
- You also need to install Samsung drivers on your PC.
- Go to Phone Settings>Developers Options and Enable USB debugging.
Rooting Instructions for S7 SM-G930F:
Step 1: First of all, extract the CF-Auto-Root-herolte-heroltexx-smg930f.zip file to a new folder on your desktop.
Step 2: Next Reboot your phone into Download Mode, pressing and holding the Volume Down+Home+Power buttons at the same time till you see a warning on your screen. Press the Vol up button to continue.
Step 3: Connect your phone to PC via the USB cable.
Step 4: Leave the default Odin settings.
Step 5: Finally hit the AP/PDA button, browse and select the CF-auto rooted kernel file and hit the START to flash the kernel.
Step 6: Once completed, Odin will notify you via the PASS!! message in Odin and at this stage your phone will automatically reboots.
Step 7: Once normally booted, Check that SuperSU has been installed. To verify root access, Open Google Play app on your phone and install “Root Checker“. When installed, run it to make sure your phone is rooted.
Congratulations!! Your Samsung Galaxy S7 has successfully been rooted running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.