How to Safely Root & Install TWRP On Samsung Galaxy J7

In this guide you will learn, how to Safely Root & Install TWRP On Samsung Galaxy J7.The process is very simple and easy to follow.It’s only For Samsung Galaxy J7 users.

Samsung Galaxy J7 is a mid range android smartphone which runs on latest android 5.1 Lollipop straight out the box, and powered by a Quad-core 1/1.4 GHz Cortex-A53CPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 or Exynos 7580 chipset, Adreno 405 or Mali-T720MP2 GPU, coupled with 1.5GB RAM and a 16GB internal storage memory.

If you have a Samsung Galaxy J7 and you want to root your J7 then just follow the simple step by step Guide on How to Safely Root & Install TWRP On Samsung Galaxy J7

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  • Make sure there is at least 80% battery left on your smartphone before begin rooting your device.

Warning: will not be held responsible for any kind of damage occurred to your Galaxy J7 while following this tutorial.Do it at your own risk.

Remember Before rooting:

  • This tutorial is only for Galaxy J7 on any firmware
  • Rooting your phone can void your warranty
  • After rooting, you can tweak your phone
  • You can unroot it if you want
  • You can overclock or underclock your CPU to make your phone faster
  • Make sure you have unlocked the bootloader

Root & Install TWRP On Samsung Galaxy J7




  • Download & Install Samsung USB drivers On your PC



[icon name=”hand-o-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]Make sure that your phone has more than 60% charge.



TWRP recovery


Step By step Guide On How to Root & Install TWRP On Samsung Galaxy J7

Root & Install TWRP On Samsung Galaxy J7


Install TWRP On Galaxy J7:

  • First, read pre-requirements and then download TWRP recovery file from the above link on Your PC/laptop
  • Now transfer the downloaded files to the internal storage of Samsung Galaxy J7 device via USB cable
  • After that, Boot your Galaxy J7 into Download Mode. To perform the operation, you have to power off your device and then press, Volume Down + Power + Home. Press Volume Up now to continue to Download Mode.
  • Once your device is in download mode, simply connect the phone to your PC via the use of USB cable and the ODIN application would notify an added message.
  • After that, choose PA in Odin and select the TWRP Recovery file in which you have downloaded. Also, endeavor that the re-partition is not ticked in the Odin.
  • Finally, click on the start button, and the process would begin immediately. Once the process is completed, you would notice the RESET or PASS message on the ODIN screen. Then your device would boot into recovery mode, and the device would be restarted automatically.

Root Your Samsung Galaxy J7 on Any Firmware:

  • First download SuperSU from the above Download Link on your computer
  • Now transfer the downloaded files to the internal storage of your Samsung Galaxy J7 device Via micro USB
  • After that, switch off your device and boot to recovery mode.Guide [icon name=”hand-o-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] How To to Boot Into Recovery Mode On Android (Various Ways)
  • Once you are in Recovery, follow this guide to flash SuperSu root file to get root access [icon name=”hand-o-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] How To Flash SuperSU using TWRP Recovery & Root Any Android device
  • Once the flashing process is completed, simply reboot your device via the recovery main menu.

DONE!!!You have successfully rooted your Galaxy J7 and installed TWRP

To verify the root status install Root Checker.

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Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
An NIT Rourkela Graduate in CS, Blogger, Android Geek, and a Tennis Fanatic. I have been writing about Android OS for Last 8 years.

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