How to Root Samsung Galaxy devices using CF Auto Root and Odin Tool: The rooting process of Samsung devices is different from other OEMs.There are two ways to root Samsung devices 1) With TWRP 2) With CF Auto Root.First, users have to unlock the bootloader of the device, then TWRP installation should be done using Odin flash tool.Once Odin Flash Tool is installed, users can flash supersu or magisk to get root access on their devices.Don’t worry here we will be covering everything which will help you to Root Galaxy C7 SM-C7000 On Android 7.0 Nougat.But there is another way which is using CF-auto root.Here we will be sharing a guide to root the device by CF-auto-root.
Even though the simplest way of rooting Android devices is by flashing via TWRP recovery, for Samsung Galaxy devices, rooting is simple when done with Odin tool to flash CF Auto Root file. CF Auto Root file is available for all Samsung Galaxy devices except the ones from AT&T and Verizon where the bootloader is locked.
ChainFire(CF) is the same company that has developed SuperSU which is one of the best root managers of Android. Head over to CF Auto Root to download flash file according to your device model and firmware build.
What is Rooting An Android Device Mean?
Rooting is the process of gaining full admin control of the Android device.You can use the device to its full potential,‘Rooting’ means giving yourself special privilege or “root permissions” on your phone. It’s similar to running programs as administrators in Windows.
After rooting your device you can install different MODs, kernel, ROMs on your device.You can install latest Android updates (like the Android 7.0 Nougat) On old device by installing third party ROMs like CyanogenMod 13.You can overclock the CPU and GPU of your device to get the best performance.You can hibernate any app you want.You can underclock the CPU to get better battery life.
For more information about Android rooting, check out our detailed post here > What Is Rooting Android Phone? Advantages And Disadvantages
RootMyGalaxy will not be responsible for any damage that might occur to your devices while executing the following steps and hence, you should proceed at your own risk.
- Make sure that the USB drivers for your Android device are installed on the PC. (check download section below)
- Follow the below Guide Exactly or else it may lead to brick your device. RootMySamsung Galaxy.net is not responsible for any damage.
- Enable USB Debugging.Guide > How to Enable Developer Options, USB Debugging and OEM Unlock on Android
- We recommend to take complete backup and proceed.
- Download the right CF Auto Root file as per your device model and current firmware.
Steps To Root Samsung Galaxy Devices using CF Auto Root and Odin Tool
Step 1. Download the appropriate CF Auto Root zip file on your computer and unzip it. You will find both CF Auto Root tar file and Odin tool in it.
Step 2. You need to boot your Galaxy device in the Download mode by pressing the Volume Down button, Home, and Power buttons together for a few seconds until you see Download mode is active.
Step 3. When you enter the Download mode, you will see a yellow triangle giving you a warning. You need to press Volume Up key to continue.
Step 4. Open Odin tool from the unzipped folder in Step 1. Connect your Samsung Galaxy device to your computer via USB cable.
Step 5. When the device is connected, you will get the message “Added!” on Odin.
Step 6. Click on AP option and select the CF Auto Root tar file from step 1.
Step 7. Click on the button Start to start the flashing process. This is going to take some time and hence, you have to wait patiently.
Once the process is done successfully, you will get the message “Pass” on Odin. Then your device will reboot automatically and you can disconnect your device safely. You can even verify whether your device is rooted correctly or not by installing the app Root Checker.