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How To Root Android - Root With Odin   

Stephanie Talley keen on Technology
@Stephanie | Updated 10 Jun. 2019

Samsung is one of the competitive Android smartphone brands in the market. Most users prefer Samsung smartphones as they can buy it for an affordable price. Whatever the smartphone, most of Android smartphone users are willing to root their smartphones to enhance the device performance and improve the appearance of the device. So, if you are a Samsung user who wants to root your device, it is worth considering Odin Root

Odin Root Vs Regular One-Click Rooting Tools

As soon as heard word of rooting, most of the times a number of rooting tool names comes to our mind. But if you are a Samsung user you had better try Odin to root your device. Because Odin is the official program to flash and root Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Actually, Odin is more popular as a flashing utility than a rooting program. But you can use Odin program to root your Samsung Galaxy smartphone reliably and successfully.

Root With Odin

If you are willing to root with Odin you need to download CF-Auto-Root package for your device on your computer. Then, Odin can flash it on your device and provide you with root permission. When you flash CF-Auto-Root package on your device, a  modified recovery and cache partition are flashed on your device and SuperSu will be installed. Finally, temporary partitions are deleted and stock-recovery is re-flashed

Tips To Remeber Before Odin Root Using CF-Auto-Root

  1. Unlock your device bootloader
  2.  CF-Auto-Root  wipe data on encrypted storages
  4. Triggers custom firmware flash counter
  5. Voids devise warranty

How to Gain Root Acess By Flashing CF-Auto-Root Through Odin On Samsung Galaxy

  1. Full Charge and backup your Samsung Galaxy smartphone
  2. Download USB drivers for your device on your Windows computer and install them properly
  3. Check your device build number/Android version/Device Model 
  4. Download the CF-Auto-Root package fits above criteria on your Windows computer
  5. Unzip the package and install the Odin program that contains in the package. Run the program as Administrator
  6. Boot your device into download mode
  7. Launch the Odin program and connect your device to the computer
  8. Wait until Odin recognize your device
  9. You will see "Added" in Log Box when your device is recognized
  10. Click the "AP" button and load the CF-Auto-Root application in .tar.md5 on to the Odin
  11. Click "Start" button to flash the root package and gain root access
  12. Then, you will see a red Android robot on your device and wait until the process ends
  13. Do not disconnect your device until you get "Pass" or "Fail" message on Odin
  14. When getting the "Pass" message your device will reboot automatically and your device is now rooted
  15. Finally, you will see SuperSU on your device 

Final Word

The whole process may take some time and do not panic to disconnect your device. Always wait until you get the final result. It may be "Pass" or "Fail". Whatever the result do not panic to interrupt the process until you get the final result from the Odin program.