Samsung owners who are into rooting their phones are already aware of what CF-AutoRoot means, it is one of the easiest, most convenient ways of rooting a Samsung device. CF-AutoRoot was recently updated, bringing over 300 new device into the fold including the old devices well. This was a good news for all the Samsung users who had to rely on less reliable and effective means of rooting their phones.
Today, we have prepared a guide for you that will teach you how to install CF-AutoRoot on your Samsung Galaxy device. Although the process is pretty straight forward, there are still some precautionary measures that you need before proceeding. Let’s take a look at them below.
- Appropriate CF-AutoRoot file for your phone > Download.
- Odin 3.09 > Download.
- Enable USB debugging by Settings > About Phone > Tapping the build number 8 times > Settings > Developer options.
- At least 50 percent charging.
- Samsung USB drivers > Download.
Install CF-AutoRoot Recovery Files on Samsung Galaxy Devices
- Extract the root package you downloaded earlier and place it where you can easily relocate it. Do keep in mind that the file should be in either .tar or .tar.md5 format.
- Extract the Odin zip on your desktop or wherever you prefer.
- Launch Odin by double clicking it.
- Turn off your device and put it in Download Mode by pressing and holding Volume Down + Power + Home button till you see a warning sign and then press Volume Up to continue.
- Now connect your Samsung device to your PC using a USB cable.
- The COMM port on Odin will either turn yellow or blue and you’ll see a message in the box below that will say Added.
- Click the AP button on Odin and navigate to the location where you put the extracted root package.
- Select the root package and click on Start.
- As soon as the process is completed, Odin will give you a message saying PASS or RESET and your device will restart.