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Root T-Mobile Galaxy S7/ S7 Edge Android 7.0 Nougat

Follow the step-by-step instructions to Root T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge running the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. T-Mobile recently released latest Android updates for Galaxy S7 users as we all have been waiting for!

If you’ve updated your S7 or S7 edge to Android Nougat and looking for the working root method, then I have the step-by-step Galaxy S7 rooting guide for beginners. We’ll be using the Samsung Odin to flash custom kernel and a script that will ultimately install SuperSU.

Requirements:

T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge model

The root guide is pretty straight forward, and anyone following the instructions can easily root the device. However, there are some guidelines and requirements you need to follow:

  • This guide is only for T-Mobile models of Galaxy S7 (SM-G930T) and S7 Edge (SM-G935T). Do not try it on another device, it may brick your device.
  • Make sure that you do have enough battery charge on your device.
  • Though rooting does not wipe any data on your phone but to be on a safer side I always recommend to backup your important data.
  • You’ll need a Windows PC and make sure to install USB drivers. You can download drivers here [19 MB]
  • Download Odin v3.10 [900 KB]
  • Download root files for Galaxy S7 [32.3 MB]
  • Also, download S7Root_Unroot_SU_2_79.zip
  • Last but not the least, root at your own risk.

How to root T-Mobile Galaxy S7 / S7 Edge

Step 1: First and foremost, unzip the Odin and ENG-Root-USA.zip files to a new folder on your desktop. Please note that inside the ENG-Root folder you’ll find 2 files; S7_Qualcomm.tar and S7edge_Qualcomm.tar. Choose the one depending on your phone model.

Step 2: Next Reboot your phone into Download Mode:

  • Turn off your phone.
  • Press and Hold down the Volume Down+Home+Power buttons at the same time till you see a warning on your screen.
  • Further hit the Volume Up button to continue.

Step 3: Connect your phone to PC via the USB cable.

Step 4: Run Odin as an Administrator on your PC and leaving the default Odin settings.

Step 5: Finally hit the AP/PDA button, browse and select the appropriate file depending S7 or S7 edge 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 reboot. Wait for your phone to reboot regularly, and we’re still not done!

Step 7: Go to phone Settings > Developer options and make sure to check OEM unlock and USB Debugging.

Step 8: Finally, open the S7Root_Unroot_SU_2_79 folder and run the root.bat script that will eventually install SuperSU on your phone.

Once normally booted, check that SuperSU has been installed. To verify root access, Open Google Play app on your phone and install “Root Checker.” Once installed run to make sure your phone is rooted. You can install apps that require root access without any issues!

Congratulations! Your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has successfully been rooted running Android 7.0 Nougat. Feel free to let us in the comment section if you do have any questions.

  • Larry Wells

    it didnt work for me. Odin said it passed but suprsu has no binary. i dont know what the problem is but i cant attain root

  • Shannon McIntosh

    I’m not happy that this information is out here and so easy to get as well. Because I don’t have a lot of money and probably should have not spent so much on buying the 7 edge but I needed to buy a phone and just got my income tax so I did it, it was gold I even ordered the tempered glass protectors that AT&T had told me didn’t exist. But before I got them I was at the laundromat and my phone fell from my pocket and a lady and her 2 daughters took it. I had a lock screen on it and everything. But with this info that does me no good. I was just fucked. It’s sad how easy it is to take someone’s phone. And it really sucks!!

  • Tamara Alvarez

    Worked perfectly for me. Super easy! Thank you!