How to Root Your Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge Safely
Galaxy S6, as one of the best selling flagship Android phones in 2015, has earned a good reputation over the past few months since it was released on March. For most of Android phone owners, no matter he/she is a long-time user or the first time, rooting the device becomes the top priority on their schedule list. Rooting will get them more freedom such as delete unwanted system apps, customize the theme, flash new ROMs or install third-party apps.
Currently, there are many rooting apps and tools available on market. But most of them are not a good choice for normal users who don’t have much knowledge about technology details. That’s the reason why I recommend AnyRooter Android Root Pro in here. First, it supports a wide range of devices; you can check the list on this page. Nearly all Android phones are well supported and for sure, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are among the list. Second, it’s super easy to use. You don’t need to download a couple of programs and takes hours for preparing. With AnyRooter, it will take care of all aspects. What you need to do is just a few mouse clicks. Then you will enjoy the happiness of a rooted Galaxy S6.
AnyRooter guarantees your Android device will be well protected throughout the rooting process. Our certified Android technicians can safely perform a number of different maintenance services. Whether you’re rooting, uprooting, or repairing Android, we will not damage your device or your data in any way. If we cannot safely root your device, we’ll provide a full refund.
Main Features of AnyRooter
- Root your phone with 1-click
- Over 95% success rate on rooting
- Support Samsung Android phones, such as Galaxy S7/S6/S5/S4 and Galaxy Note 5/4/3
- Fully rootable from Andorid 2.0 to Android 5.1 .
- Work on both Windows and Mac OS X .
- 24/7 Live support for customers.
4 Steps to Root Galaxy S6 with One-Click
Step 1: Download and Install the Program on Your Computer
This app is available on Windows and Mac OS X. Please download the install files from above download buttons. The file is pretty small so the downloading will be ended in a few second. After that, install the program on your computer. The installation wizard takes all the care of it; just follow the instructions the program asks.
Step 2: Connect Galaxy S6 to Your Computer
Connect Galaxy S6 to the computer Plug the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge on the computer with the app installed via the USB cable. If it was the first time connected to the computer, then you should download and install Samsung USB driver before proceeding to the next step.
Note: Make sure the battery is over 25%.
Step 3: Turn on USB Debugging on Galaxy S6
Enable USB debugging will authorize the program to recognize the database of your phone. If you haven’t enabled developer option already, go to “Apps” > “Settings” > “About phone” and tap “Build number” repeatedly until it says “You are now a developer“.
You will now have an option under “Apps” > “Settings” called “Developer options” where you can enable or disable the “USB debugging” option.
Step 4: Start to Root Galaxy S6
When everything is prepared, open the rooting app from your computer. If your device is showing connected in the app then you are good to go. Click the “Root Now” button to start rooting your phone.
The process will takes several minutes as it performs the safe mode to root your device, don’t disconnect. In the process of rooting, never disconnect the power supply or USB cable abruptly. Otherwise, it could lead to a problem of application error. When the rooting is completed, it shows a successful message on the screen.
After Rooting Your Samsung Galaxy S6 or Edge, You can:
With a rooted Galaxy S6, you are now free to access blocked features of Android phone such as PhotoSphere, NFC. You can also uninstall stocks app offered by Samsung. Not satisfied with TouchWiz UI, then replace it with your favorite ones. Want to improve the battery performance, then install powerful battery-saving apps like Greenify, which can add 4 hours or more onto your daily battery life. You will have more fun with a rooted device and that’s the reason why so many people want their Android device being rooted.