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How To Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Easily
If you ever wondered, what rooting a device feels like or what benefits you can have from rooting a device then, this is an option for you guys who are using the Samsung Galaxy S6. Sure, the S6 is a good phone, it runs smooth but if you are curious and want to taste the benefits of rooting your Galaxy S6 then, here is a brief tutorial on how to root the Samsung Galaxy S6, but be aware of the contract violations which will be done while rooting your Samsung Galaxy S6, but consider being careful and use this rooting method with persistence.
‘’Warning: Rooting your smartphone will void the warranty so, beware of the hassles which come along with rooting. We at androidanytime must not be held responsible for any problematic instances which occur in your smartphone after rooting your smartphone’’.
Requirements for rooting the Samsung Galaxy S6:
A computer running on windows operating system.
An international version of the Galaxy S6
Cons of rooting the device:
Disables Samsung KNOX.
Disables Samsung Pay.
Step 1: Go to settings in your mobile device and get your mobile device's model number and write it down.
Step 2: Download the Samsung USB Drivers.
Step 3: Go to AutoRoot homepage and locate your device by using the model number.
Step 4: Download the root package.
Step 5: Install the Samsung USB Drivers.
Step 6: Extract the root package zip file from Step 4.
Step 7: After the extraction of the zip file, fine Odin and run it as administrator.
Step 8: On your Galaxy S6 go to the settings menu, About Phone and after that continuously tap on the Build Number until a pop up appears saying you are now a developer.
Step 9: Go to settings again then, you will find a new settings option called developer options, after finding the tab enter it and check the USB Debugging option.
Step 10: Plug the phone, to the computer and wait for the USB drivers to install in case, the USB Drivers are not installed.
Step 11: On of the trickiest and parts of rooting the S6 is getting the S6 in Download mode in order to get it into Download mode turn the phone off and turn it back on by holding down the power, volume down key and home key at the same time until a blue screen appearance in the device.
Step 12: After you have got you device in the download mode connect the device to the computer via USB and press the Volume UP button to continue the rooting process.
Step 13: Now, turn your head to the computer and click on AP in Odin, then select .tar.md5 file from the file which was extracted from the rooting package in Step 4.
Step 14: Then click the start button.
Finally, after completion of the flashing the device will reboot and you will find the Super User icon in the app drawer.
The thing we suggest at androidanytime to any user willing enough to root Samsung Galaxy S6 is that recognize your smartphone's model number before simulating the whole rooting process.