Rooting is the process of allowing users to alter or replace system applications and settings, run specialized applications that require administrator permissions or perform other operations that aren’t accessible in a normal Android user. For most of the users rooting is difficult and get sucked in many problems even sometimes they lose their files or destroy the phone. There are different ways to root your android device using softwares or with computer but in this guide we will show you how to root android device step by step.
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Root Android Device Step by Step
Before start rooting, download the root files from Samsung Root file and extract them on your computer.
Notice: Before rooting, perform a full backup of your device .
Step #1. Go to Settings>About Device>Tap 7 times Build Number, when the developer mode enabled goto Developer Options> Mark USB debugging.
Step #2. Now turn off your device completely, then hold down Power button, Home button, Volume down, simultaneously, when the phone screen appears press volume up to continue, it will enter the phone in downloading mode.
Step #3. Connect your device to your computer with USB cable and open Odin click on PDA and browse the CF-Auto-root or Samsung GalaxyS3US Canada and then click Start.
Note: If the CF-Auto-Root or Samsung GalaxyS3US Canada auto root doesn’t work then find the file .tars for your device model from here.
Note: You should see the yellow colour option in the ID:Com, if you don’t see install the Samsung USB driver in your computer.
Step #4. When the Process completed successfully, then your device will restart. After restarting, your device will be rooted successfully and you can find SuperSU app.
To check the device if rooted go to Playstore>Download Root Checker and open it then click Verify Root, it will check and verify the system and show the results on the screen.
That’s it. If you have any question regarding this feel free to ask.