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Android Basics: How to Root with CF Auto Root « Android :: Gadget Hacks Gadget Hacks Android WonderHowTo Gadget Hacks Next Reality Null Byte Compare Phones Videography Tips Android 10 Samsung One UI Rooting & Modding Tweaks & Hacks Collection Galaxy S10 Tips Google Pixel Tips Galaxy Note 9 Tips Glossary of Terms Privacy & Security Gaming Social Media Tips Mobile Movies & TV Health & Fitness Series Android Basics News How-Tos Roundups Rooting Guide Android Basics: How to Root with CF Auto Root By Dallas Thomas 1/2/16 12:00 PM 8/1/16 9:17 AM Android Basics Rooting & Modding Gadget Hacks The sheer variety of Android devices on the market is staggering—one report suggests there are well over 24,000 distinct phones and tablets floating around out there. When you consider that each manufacturer adds a few tweaks to the Android code base here and there, that makes for a lot of software variations, which in turn means there needs to be many different root methods to match this variety.Don't Miss: Android 'Root' Explained in Detail for Beginners While there may never be a singular root method that works for all devices, developer Chainfire is at least making sure that the most common phones and tablets can be rooted using the same exploit. His CF Auto Root utility now works for over 300 devices on their latest firmware versions, which is about as ubiquitous as it can get. To top it off, the utility is incredibly easy to use, so I'll show you how to root most popular Android devices below. Before You BeginCF Auto Root works by unlocking your device's bootloader, which means that if your bootloader is not already unlocked, you will lose all of the data on your device. If you haven't done so already, make sure to back up all important data on a separate storage drive.This is also where U.S. carriers come into play. In most cases, devices from Sprint and T-Mobile will allow for unlocked bootloaders, whereas devices from AT&T and Verizon Wireless are generally locked down. But devices that are universal for all carriers, like Nexus and Moto X devices, allow for easily unlocked bootloaders regardless of your carrier.International devices will for the most part allow you to unlock your bootloader.Also note that you will need a Windows PC to use this method on a Samsung device, but you can use either Windows, Mac, or Linux if you are rooting any other Android device.It should also be noted that unlocking your bootloader and rooting your device will likely void your manufacturers warranty. Step 1: Ensure That You Have the Proper Drivers InstalledFirst up, for your computer to be able to fully interact with your device, you'll have to make sure you have the proper drivers installed on your desktop or laptop.Samsung Devices:If you are rooting a Samsung phone or tablet, the drivers you'll need are only available for Windows, but they can be downloaded at this link. Once you've downloaded the file, simply extract the ZIP, then launch the EXE file and follow the prompts to get the drivers installed on your system.All Other Android Devices:If you are rooting any non-Samsung Android device, you'll need a different set of drivers. These drivers are available for all major desktop operating systems, and can be downloaded at the links below.Windows Drivers: If you own a Windows PC, you can download the drivers at this link. Just run the file, then follow the prompts, and you'll be good to go. Linux Drivers: If you're a Linux user, download and extract this ZIP file, then run the script with Terminal. Mac Drivers: For Mac users, the process of installing the proper drivers is a bit more involved. Please see our guide on the topic for more information. Step 2: Download the Right CF Auto Root File for Your DeviceNext, you'll need to download CF Auto Root, which is the tool you'll be using to actually root your device. There are different versions of CF Auto Root for each of the 300+ supported Android devices, so you'll need to be careful and make sure you download the right one.To make sure you're downloading the right CF Auto Root package, you'll first need to find your Android device's model number. This can be done by heading to the "About Phone" menu in Settings, then looking for the series of letters and numbers listed under the "Model number" entry. (1) Galaxy S6 Edge model number. (2) Nexus 6P model number. Once you know your model number, you'll also have to find your Android version number to make sure you're getting the right CF Auto Root package. From the same About phone menu, scroll down a bit further and note the number listed beneath the "Android version" entry. (1) Galaxy S6 Edge Android version. (2) Nexus 6P Android version. With that information in hand, head to the CF Auto Root page at the following link, then locate your device's model number in the list. From there, make sure the numbers in the "Android" column match up with the Android version you found earlier. If everything looks to be in order, click the "Download" link on the right to get the proper version of CF Auto Root for your device.Download CF Auto Root from this link If model number and Android version match, click "Download" to get CF Auto Root. Step 3: Extract the CF Auto Root ZIPOnce you've downloaded the CF Auto Root package, locate the file on your hard drive and extract the contents of the ZIP. You can extract the files to any folder on your computer, but make sure to remember this folder's location for later. Step 4: Root with Odin (Samsung Devices)Next, if you're using a Samsung device, I'll outline the root process in this step. Otherwise, if you're using any other Android phone or tablet, skip ahead to Step 5 to see the rooting instructions for your device.First, you'll have to put your Samsung device into Download Mode. From a powered-off state, press and hold the volume down, home, and power buttons simultaneously. At this point, you'll see a warning message—but like it says, just press the volume up button to enter Download Mode. After that, connect your phone to your PC with a USB data cable, then the rest of the work will be done on Windows. Next, head to the folder on your PC where you extracted the contents of the CF Auto Root ZIP. From here, right-click the Odin3-v3.X.X.exe file, then choose "Run as administrator." Once Odin is running, wait until the box under the "ID:COM" field turns blue. Once that happens, leave all of the options selected exactly as they are, then click the "AP" button near the center of the window. At this point, a file browser menu will pop up, so use this navigate to the folder where you extracted the contents of the CF Auto Root ZIP. Finally, select the CF-Auto-Root-XXX-XXX-XXX.tar.md5 file, then click "Open." From here, wait until the Log tab shows a message that says "Leave CS," then click the "Start" button to root your device. The entire root process will happen automatically, and when it's finished, your phone will reboot back into Android. If you'd like to follow along with a visual guide, check out Neil's video below, which outlines the process of using CF Auto Root and Odin to root a Galaxy S6 Edge. Otherwise, to make sure everything went off without a hitch and you're successfully rooted now, skip ahead to Step 6. Step 5: Root with Fastboot (All Other Devices)If you're using a non-Samsung device, the actual rooting process is a tiny bit different. First, you'll need to put your device into bootloader mode. From a powered-off state, press and hold the volume down and power button simultaneously. Once you arrive at the bootloader menu (pictured below), connect your phone to your computer with a USB data cable. Back on your computer, navigate to the folder where you extracted the CF Auto Root ZIP earlier. From here, you'll find 2 folders and 3 files—root-linux.sh, root-mac.sh, and root-windows.bat. Double-click the file that corresponds to your computer's operating system to begin. At this point, a command prompt window will inform you that CF Auto Root is about to unlock your bootloader and root your device. When you're ready, press any key to execute the rooting script. From here, you should see a red Android logo on your phone's screen, and you'll see a wall of text scrolling by—this is CF Auto Root doing its job and rooting your device. When the process is complete, your phone will automatically reboot, and you'll be rooted. At this point, it's safe to unplug your device from your computer.If you'd like to follow along with a visual guide, check out my video below, which covers using CF Auto Root to root the Nexus 6. Step 6: Verify RootWhen you get back up, your device should be fully rooted. To verify this, download an app called Root Checker from developer joeykrim.Install Root Checker for free from the Google Play Store Once you've installed the app, simply open it up and tap "Verify Root." From here, tap "Grant" when prompted to give the app Superuser access, and if everything went off without a hitch, you'll see a message saying "Congratulations! Root access is properly installed on this device!" Now that you're rooted, what's the first mod or app you installed to take advantage of your new Superuser status? Let us know in the comment section below, or drop us a line on Android Hacks' Facebook or Twitter, or Gadget Hacks' Facebook, Google+, or Twitter. Follow Gadget Hacks on Pinterest, Reddit, Twitter, YouTube, and Flipboard Sign up for Gadget Hacks' daily newsletter or weekly Android and iOS updates Follow WonderHowTo on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Flipboard Get Android Gadget Hacks Weekly Don't miss any of the cool things your Android can do Subscribe Related How To: Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint, T-Mobile, & International Variants) How To: Root the Nexus 6 Using Windows, Mac, or Linux How to Root Android: Our Always-Updated Rooting Guide for Major Phone Models Android Basics: What Is Root? 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These Apps Dim Your Display Below '0% Brightness' How To: Root the New Android 5.0 Lollipop Preview on Your Nexus 5 or 7 How To: Root Your Google Pixel or Pixel XL How To: Root Android L—The Easy Way News: The Galaxy S5 Has Been Rooted! How To: Root Your Samsung Galaxy Camera with CF AutoRoot How To: Hack Anyone's Facebook, Twitter or YouTube Account with Your Android Device 19 Comments 1 Abhimanyu Rao 3 years ago Would this work with the Oneplus 2? Reply 1 Dallas Thomas 3 years ago Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the OP2 is one of the supported devices. Reply 1 papanireal 3 years ago - edited 3 years ago doesn't work for mesamsung galaxy tab S SM-T805 android 5.0.2root checker said that device is rooted but when i typecd /rootpermision dinied (((when i check root with metasploitmsf tells me that divece is not rootedplease help Reply 1 Dallas Thomas 3 years ago - edited 3 years ago Are you asking for root access before typing "cd /root"? Most console/terminal emulator apps will need you to ask for root access with "su" before they can run root commands. Reply 1 Lauri Vanhala 3 years ago If I do this to my sgs 6, are there any risks that my phone will stop working and also is there possibility I lost my warranty if I do this? Reply 1 Dallas Thomas 3 years ago Yes, rooting this way will void your warranty on the S6 because it trips KNOX. I don't think there are any risks that your phone will stop working, though, as long as your exact model number is supported. Reply 1 Troy Phillips 3 years ago Any future release of SM-G920A?? Reply 1 Dustin Robert John 3 years ago hi, im trying to root my device but it seems the file for the samsung drivers has been deleted. any chance you have a fresh link? Reply 1 Mjhay-Jayjay Chumacera 2 years ago Is Huawei P9 supported? If not please let me know other options.TIA Reply 1 Mihai Ni?u 2 years ago what patch shoud i download for sony xperia z1? Reply 1 Louis Smith 2 years ago looks like the drivers link has been deleted. Reply 1 Dallas Thomas 2 years ago Thanks for the heads up, I updated the Samsung drivers link! Reply 1 Jesse T-Zus Waters 2 years ago my phone is giving a message when i try to run the root "blocked by FRP" what can i do to fix this? Reply 1 AJ Goosen 2 years ago Thanks for this! I used the CF root for 4.4.2 on the 4.2.2 Android version.. And it worked! The step by step as super helpful as well. Thanks a million! Reply -1 Scott Vargovich 2 years ago I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini and would like to root it. The problem is I'm a Linux user. My machine has Mint 18 on it. Is there a way to root it using Linux? Reply 1 Esther Lalai 1 year ago HelloAm using Samsung Galaxy j5primeI tried All Above steps I I think my phone hooked is just as it is help me please Reply 1 Joseph jmchaconne 1 year ago Have excellent PC background. Hate a device that is smarter than me. Want to take full control of my first smartphone a Sprint Kyocera Duraforce Pro E4281. Any Kyocera experts out there willing to help an Android neophyte? Reply 1 waynos waynos 1 year ago Firstly, great tutorial. But...! I am a little confused on one point and wonder if you might shed some light. Opening words here are. "CF Auto Root works by unlocking your device's bootloader, which means that if your bootloader is not already unlocked…". But on autoroot.chainfire.eu where all the root files comes from they say, "If you have locked bootloaders, flashing one of these will probably brick your device…". So what to do??? Reply 1 Alastair Preston 6 months ago It would appear that the link for Linux drivers is broken - it fails to connect to anything. Not even a 404 (page not found) error. 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