How to root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710L With Root File

How to root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710L With Root File

How to root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710L With Root File

Root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710L using Odin

  • Download and Install Samsung USB Driver on your computer. If Samsung USB Driver already installed on your computer then Skip this Step.

  • and extract the root files on your computer. After extracting you will be able to see the following files:

  • Now, Switch off your Smartphone.

  • After switching-off the phone, you need to boot into Download Mode. To boot into download mode Press and hold Volume Down, Home and Power button at same time for 5-8 seconds until download mode is active.

  • In the Download mode you will be able to see a Warning Yellow Triangle Sign. In this situation you have to press the Volume Up key to continue.

  • Now, Open Odin3 (found in the extracted files, that you have downloaded in the Step#2) on your computer. Then connect your Smartphone to the computer.
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  •  Once you have connected the Smartphone to the computer, Odin will automatically recognize the device and show “Added” message at the lower-left panel

  • Once your device detected by Odin, click on the PDA button and select the CF-Auto-Root.tar file (you have downloaded this file in step#2).

  • Now, click on the Start button in Odin to begin the Flashing.

  • Flashing usually takes 30-50 seconds to complete the rooting process on your Samsung. Once Rooting process got completed, you will be able to see a Green Box with Pass written on it in Odin. During this process Smartphone will re-boot automatically.
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  • Once you see, the Pass message in Odin, you can disconnect your Device from the computer.
  • Now, to make sure you have successfully rooted your Samsung, open Applications Menu on your Smartphone and Find SuperSU App. If this app exist on your Smartphone then it means you have successfully rooted your device. Congratulations.