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- Brand: Samsung
- Model: Samsung Galaxy S6 At & T G920A
- File Name: Samsung combination file
- Security patch: Bit 2,3,4,5,7
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- Brand: Samsung
- Model: G920A
- Company: ATT USA
- Binary: 7
- Compilation: G920A_G920AUCS7ERC1
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If you’ve been looking for the easiest way to root an Android device, you’ve probably heard of Kingo Root. This application is specially designed to simplify the rooting procedure to the fullest, providing root access or Superuser permissions at the press of a button on most Android mobile phones on the market. Stay to know her!
How does Kingo Root work?
Kingo Root is a simple application that you can download completely free in this section. Its use is very simple: you just have to wait for the application to analyze your smartphone and then press the green button to perform the procedure automatically. Of course, it is necessary to take some precautions to work satisfactorily:
· You must have a good Internet connection (if it is data, make sure you have more than 20 MB available and that the data is activated)
· The battery must be over 70 percent
How to download and install KingKingoRoot?
You can download the Kingo Root APK file for free on the web https://es.kingoapp.com If you do not know how to install an APK on Android just follow the prompts:
· Download the latest Kingo Root APK to your memory smartphone (internal or external)
· Enable the “Unknown origins” option from the “Settings / Security / Applications” menu (the route may vary slightly depending on the Android version)
· Run the APK file, accept the confirmation and wait for Finish the installation
· Once the procedure is complete you can run Kingo Root from the applications menu of your mobile.
Samsung has prepared the ground and its Galaxy S6 is on its way to being a sales success given its reserve figures and the expectation it has generated. Our analysis is already underway (you can ask us what you want here) and since last Friday the Galaxy S6 – and its curved brother, the S6 Edge – is now available in stores for anyone who wants to renew their smartphone.
One of the advantages of being the star terminal of the South Korean manufacturer is the huge community that forms around it, so it is not strange that in just a few days, the community has turned to it and the first thing that has been translated is that there is already a method to root the Samsung Galaxy S6 and it has official support from the well-known recovery of Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP).
Many will say, why do I want to root a smartphone like the Galaxy S6? Of course it is not mandatory, the S6 is a phenomenal smartphone from the box, but that does not mean that there are users who prefer to have full control of the model, removing unwanted apps, installing specific ones or performing any task that requires root access (mods and much more that will arrive soon).
Before continuing and as always, we advise you that these advanced procedures are done at your own risk . Rooting the S6 increases the flash counter and KNOX – Samsung’s security suite – eliminates the warranty.
How to get root access on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge
The only thing we will need to root the Galaxy S6 in its two variants will be to download the well-known ODIN software on our PC, also download the files of ChainFire AutoRoot from its official website and that’s it, here are the links:
As you can see, the files of Chainfire that we have put are those corresponding to the version that is marketed in Spain and other countries, but if you want to make sure you can enter the Phone Settings, About the device and check yours. Once done, download the corresponding one by searching it on the Chainfire website .
With that ready, let’s see step by step how to root Samsung Galaxy S6:
- Make sure you have a good battery level.
- Open ODIN on the PC and press the AP button.
- Select the CF AutoRoot file that you have downloaded for your model.
- Now let’s go to the phone, turn it off.
- At the same time, press the power buttons, Home (the one in the center) and «Volume Down», thus turning on by entering the Download Mode.
- A message will appear asking if you want to continue, press «Volume Up»
- Now connect the Galaxy S6 to the PC. ODIN will recognize it.
- Press the START button on Odin and the process will begin.
- Be patient until it’s done and you’re done, you already have your Samsung Galaxy S6 rooted.
You will see that when you turn on the phone you will find the SuperSU app among the drawer applications and if you want to confirm that everything has gone well and the root has been a success, install an application like Root Checker and it will tell you in a few seconds.
If you do not clarify or prefer to see each step, here is this very clear video:
The TWRP custom recovery now available for Samsung Galaxy S6
As we said, the community that is forming around the S6 is very powerful and the most prominent developers are not going to miss being part of it. The Team Win Recovery Project , the team behind one of the best-known recoverys on Android, TWRP has already released its version compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S6.
It is now available to download from its official website, along with the recovery installation form. TWRP is another step that prepares the future of S6, allowing you to create and restore backups with ease as well as flash next files, be they ROMs, Mods or any other modification.
Neither the root nor the custom recoverys have been waiting for the S6. We repeat that it is not essential to do this in your new Galaxy, but the possibility is there for users who want it or want to squeeze their terminal to the fullest. And you, do you currently need root access on your Android? Why?