Root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Today, we have given a detailed guide on how to root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F. Samsung has made a charming design change to their famous Galaxy series Android versions, initializing from the smartphones Galaxy S6. This rooting guide is working on Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F running on XXU3DPDP Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 firmware.
Its predecessors are updated, but people always demand to get the maximum for what they have paid for, so if you are among those, then please continue with this rooting guide because it will help you to install custom ROMs, third-party apps and custom recoveries etc. on your smartphone Galaxy S6. No doubt it is the safest and easiest method for root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F.
Now go ahead and read some description about the Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F features and functions. The Galaxy S6 has a Brilliant 5.1-inch screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The Galaxy S6 smartphone comes with the superb build quality and innovative design. The Galaxy S6 comes with built-in features like themes, and these are Basic, Classic, Craft, Natural and Sweet, etc.
We’ll root Samsung Galaxy S6 by using via CF-Auto root package. Please bear in mind that your Samsung Galaxy S6 must be running on G920FXXU3DPDP official firmware before proceeding to the rooting tutorial. Now go ahead and follow the given rooting guide for Galaxy S6 SM-G920F to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow official firmware.
Note: Please note that this guide can be used for Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) running on official Android 6.0.1. Do not use this root package for any other device or incorrect variant.
Warning: UnlockRoot will not be held liable for any kind of damage occurred to your phone during or after the rooting process. Proceed at your own risk.
Enable USB debugging mode on your Smartphone by navigating to Settings > Developer options and tap on USB debugging check box.
Data Backup: Take a full backup of all your important data and settings like contacts, pictures, videos, music before proceeding to the rooting instructions.
Make sure that the battery level of your Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) should be at least about 60-70 charged to avoid unexpected shutdowns during the rooting process.
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Steps To Root Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) On Android 6.0.1Marshmallow Official Firmware:
Step No 1: – First Download CF-Auto-Root package (CF-Auto-Root-zeroflte-zerofltexx-smg920f.zip) and Odin tool for your Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) on the desktop of your PC.
Step No 2: Extract the CF-Auto-Root files on the desktop. Once the archive is extracted, you’ll see these files:
Step No 3: – Turn OFF the Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) to boot into Download Mode.
Step No 4: – Now turn ON the phone while pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power keys at the same time for a few seconds to enter into Download Mode.
Step No 5: – While your phone is in the Download mode and shows a Warning Yellow Triangle Sign, then press the Volume Up key to continue.
Step No 6: – Run Odin3 that you have already downloaded (Step No 2) and you can find it in the extracted files on your computer.
Step No 7: – Connect your device with PC using its USB data cable.
Step No 8: – Once the Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F) is connected to the computer successfully, “Added” message will be displayed on Odin automatically after the device is recognized.
Step No 9: – Click on the AP button in Odin and select the CF-Auto-Root.tar file.
Step No 10: – Next, click on the Start button in Odin to initiate the Flashing process.
Step No 11: – This flashing process might take 30-50 seconds to finish the rooting process on your Galaxy S6 (SM-G920F). After the rooting process is completed, a Green Box with Pass text will appear in Odin, and your device will reboot automatically.
Step No 12: – Now, disconnect your phone from the PC. Open Applications Menu on your Smartphone and Find SuperSU App to check either your device is successfully rooted or not if you can see the SuperSU app then you administrative rights over the internal file system of your device.
You can also install the Root Checker app to verify that your device is successfully rooted or not.
Let us know in the comments area below if you have any issue or question about the above-given guide.