CF Auto root now supports the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow TouchWiz firmware that Samsung released recently for its Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus and the Note 5 as well. With CF Auto Root, rooting your galaxy device is really a breeze. Download the file for your device below.
Steps On How to Root A Samsung Galaxy on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with CF Auto Root
Step 1: You need to download the exact CF autoroot file for your Samsung Galaxy device. Extract archived file to get the firmware with a .tar or .tar.md5 extension and place it in a directory where you can easily locate it on your PC. Step 2: Now you need to boot your Samsung device into Download or Odin Mode. To achieve this, turn off your phone completely. Now, press and hold the Power button + Volume Down + Home button simultaneously for a while. If you see a warning sign on the screen, press Volume up/ Volume down to enter the Odin download mode. Step 3: You need to download the Odin flasher software to your Pc. If you have it, just run the Odin3.exe file as an administrator. If you don’t have Odin on your Pc, download the .zip file from here. Step 4: Your Samsung Galaxy device should still be in the Download/Odin Mode. Now, connect your device to your PC using a good USB cable. Step 5: If the connection was successful, the ID: COM in Odin will turn Blue and display Added!! in the Log tab. Note. If your device wasn’t recognized by Odin, don’t worry ok. Just download or reinstall the latest version of Samsung USB drivers. Step 6: I suppose your phone is successfully connected to Odin right now. If yes, Click on the AP button and add the firmware file by navigating to where you saved it on your Pc. Once its added, it would show something like this… —C:…CF-Auto-Root-zeroflte-zerofltexx-smg920f.tar Step 7: Please, only tick Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time in the Options tab. Do not tick Re-Partition. Step 8: If step 7 has been adhered to, Cross check every section and make sure all is safely ready. Proceed with the installation by clicking on the Start button. Step 9: If all I have said was done properly, the firmware flashing will begin and surely end with a PASS! message in the Log tab on your Odin screen. The PASS signifies that the flashing was positive. The device should startup by itself. If not, boot it manually.
In case of boot up issues, try a factory reset via recovery. Well done!!! Your device is not cooked with root privileges via the SuperSU app. You can download root checker apk from Google play store to confirm the root integrity on your Samsung Galaxy device.
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