Things to know before starting root Samsung galaxy s7
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You need to back up all data on your device before proceeding to Root Samsung Galaxy S7 because this process can wipe all data on this device.
You need to use a computer to perform this process.
This gives you root access, not allowing you to flash Custom ROM or Flash Recovery.
You can use some tweaking and Xposed tools to customize the software on your phone.
Please make sure that Secure Boot in Settings => Lock Screen has been disabled.
Set up the software to support Root
- Download and install on the computer
- Go to Settings -> About Phone and press the Build Number repeatedly until a message appears saying that you are a developer.
- Click Back and click Developer Options, then enable USB Debugging.
Connect your device to the computer with a USB cable, make sure that the connection is good then install ADB (this process will take about 30 seconds). Download ADB to your device and install it here.
Flash Rooted Boot Image via Odin
Download and install the software below to the Desktop: Download1 Download2 (no need to extract files) Unzip and open Odin. Power off your phone, then restart it by pressing and holding the Volume down button + Home button + Power button at the same time until Download Mode is accessed. Click on the AP and select the .tar file you just downloaded for your phone.
Download and install SuperSU on the Desktop here Extract SuperSU after the download process is complete. Your phone is still connected to the computer, double click the original .bat file and wait for the flash phone to enter your phone. After the process is complete, open SuperSU on your phone and make sure that you have skipped the request to update the .binary file. Because the .binary file may be harmful to the phone. So you have completed the process of rooting your Samsung Galaxy S7 phone