Obviously Both of the Devices Are Really Fantastic.But if you want to Get Rid of TouchWiz Home or personalize your device in a manner you want to,then there is a Need to Root Galaxy S7 for sure.

Can We Root Both Galaxy S7 And S7 Edge?

Yes! You can Root Both Of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge But Not Sure For All the Devices AS Some Of the Versions Can Be Rooted While Some Other Are RootLocked Devices .Rooting is Not much Difficult If Done in Right way.But There are Some Risks As Well. I Am Not Scarig You But Thats True That The Global models with Exynos processors, and the latter are the US models with Snapdragon 820 processors. Those devices bootloaders are locked, and that means you can’t root them just yet. But maybe in Future Times As T-Mobile is Asking Samsung to make Snapdragon models Rootable because the customers are demanding it.


The effect of rooting on your Galaxy S7 devices will be in result of invalidate your device warranty and there is always a risk that you may Brick your Device,but that risk is nevertheless.

Before You Root Your Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Device

Before Rooting Make Sure That You Have Already Created a Backup Of All The Data You May Need In Future in your device because as we all know that rooting process will wipe out all the data of your device.

Here are Some Things you need to root your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge Device.Grab A USB Data Cable And Be Ready To Root.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge

So Here is the process Follow these simple steps to do it like a pro!

Step 1. If you haven’t already enabled Developer Options,then go to Settings > About and tap the build in number five to seven times so you can easily enable your device’s Developer Options.

Step 2. After You done that, go to the Developer Options and Enable the OEM Unlock option.

Step 3. Now, its time to go on your computer side. You will need to download some of the required Softwares that are listed Below.


Step 4. Back to your phone. Hold down the Home, Power and Volume Down buttons on your phone until your device goes into its Android Download mode, then run Odin Software on your PC and connect your Samsung S7 device through the USB cable.Then wait for the “added message” prompt that will display on your computer screen which will tell you that the connection between your device and computer is okay.


Step 5. In Odin Software Interface, click on AP and then select the .tar.md5 file you unzipped earlier from the downloads.

Step 6. Check the options for Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time and Uncheck Re-partition. Double-check that you have checked and unchecked the right things on the Odin SOftware and then click on Odin’s Start button.

The installation process will start and will root your Galaxy S7 and after a few minutes when the root process will complete your device will reboot. Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your S7 Device Enjoy !.

What if rooting the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Fails

This process doesnot always work for the first time because sometimes you got bad luck. If rooting your Samsung device fails then again repeat the steps mentioned above. if there is still no luck, try again – but this time follow the steps and disable rather than enable the Auto-Reboot option. Then you will need to reboot your device manually to get into recovery mode to root your S7 phone.For Doing That, press and Hold Home, Power and Volume Up button at once until your phone reboots and begins the root process.

Have you rooted your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge Already? Did you Encounter any problems or was it plain process all the way? Let us know in the comments below so that we may help you further Thank You For your Precious time .


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