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How To Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 (SM-G935F)

Here we will be sharing step by step guide On How to safely Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 model number SM-G935F (Exynos variant).It is a very simple and easy process.We will be using TWRP recovery to flash the SuperSu root package to get root access on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935F.

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the latest Flagships of 2016 from Samsung.Like all other Flagship devices, both of these devices come with all the high-end specification and some latest features with the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.If you own a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge model number SM-G935F, then there is a very good news for you guys.Now you can easily Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 (SM-G935F).

But you have to Flash the SuperSu v2.68 file via TWRP custom recovery.So make sure your device’s bootloader is unlocked and you have a custom recovery (TWRP) Installed on your device.We have posted a guide on Download & Install TWRP 3.0.0 Recovery On Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge G935F.So do check that out.Then you can easily flash the SuperSu root file via recovery to get root access on your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

Now it is very simple and easy to root any Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices.Thanks to Chainfire’s auto boot patcher in SuperSu v2.65 and above, it’s very simple and easy to get root on most Marshmallow firmware from most manufacturers.You can root almost all android 6.0 marshmallow devices (Stock Firmware) by just flashing the SuperSu v2.65 or above File.By Flashing Super SU v2.68, you can easily Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 (SM-G935F) On Stock Android Marshmallow 6.0 firmware.

Supported Devices > Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (SM-G935F/FD/X, and SM-G935W8) Exynos, don’t try on other variants.

Warning:

rootmygalaxy.net will not be held responsible for any kind of damage occurred to your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge while following this tutorial.Do it at your own risk.

Pre-Requirements:

→ Full Guide to safely Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 (SM-G935F)

Downloads

SuperSu v2.68  (download the V 2.68)

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 (SM-G935F)

(Step By Step Guide to Flash SuperSu v2.68 On Galaxy S7 Edge)

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge With SuperSu v2.68 (SM-G935F)

→ First of all Read the Pre-Requirement section before following the given steps

  • Download the SuperSu v 2.68 from the download section above
  • Connect your Galaxy S7 Edge to the PC and transfer the SuperSu file via USB to the internal memory of Galaxy S7 Edge
  • Boot your device into recovery mode (TWRP)
  • Now, Go to install section on TWRP recovery, then install dm-verity and force encryption disabler on your Galaxy S7 Edge

→  Now follow this guide to Flash SuperSu On Galaxy S7 Edge and root it >How To Flash SuperSU using TWRP Recovery & Root Any Android device

Done!!! Your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is now rooted.

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Dibyashree Sharma

Dibyashree Sharma

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3 Comments

    • Once you change the Recovery or System (unless you flash an official firmware without changing anything), it wll trigger Knox and void the warranty, it’s fine to void the warranty, because them seldom check that, but you won’t be able to use Knox and Samsung Pay anymore. But I don’t think any geek will interested in Knox, plus Samsung Pay is still not popular, so I think it doesn’t matter to trigger these.

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