How to Quickly Root Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
With the development of Android OS, rooting becomes harder and harder with new barriers added to the system constantly and Samsung Galaxy S7 is not an exception. There are many reasons to root or not root Android and this is your own choice. With a rooted phone, you can enjoy more freedom and customize the system as much as you want. Rooting will take Samsung Galaxy s7 to a new world, which you could not otherwise imagined. You can install applications that are outside of Play Store. Performance will be boosted dramatically by closing background or auto-run apps. If you don’t like the stock apps, just remove it with a single operation. Find a nice ROM and prepare to replace the old one with it? No problem, download the ROM and use CM to install the ROM.
As you can see from the above, there are countless benefits you can take from a rooted phone. However, the problem is how to get that. Although many root apps are available on the market, it seems most of them have bad support for devices with Android 5.0+. I have tested a few of them and found AnyRooter Android Root Pro is quite a nice one for rooting Galax7 S7. It only took me a few minutes to root my S7 Edge within a few clicks. You don’t need to do much work during the whole process, it takes care all of them in background.
Main Features of AnyRooter
- Root Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with one-click.
- Rooting success rate is over 95%.
- Intuitive user interface with a clean design
- Rooted Android OS from 2.0 to 6.2
- 24/7 expert live support for users.
4 Steps to Root Galaxy S7 with 1-Click
Step 1: Install and Run AnyRooter Android Root Pro
The good news is that you can use this awesome rooting program on both Windows PC and Mac computers. Click the corresponding download button to save the file on your computer and install it by following instructions shown on screen. Open the program when installation was completed. Below is a screenshot of the program:
Step 2: Turn on USB Debugging on Galaxy S7
USB debugging is an effective mechanism to grant the permission to access Android devices from computer. You need to turn it on first before rooting. However, this is a quite simple task.
To do this, first go to Settings -> About phone, tap Build number 7 times. Then a message pops up saying 'You are now a developer'. After this, scroll down the list under Settings, you will see Developer Options at the bottom. Tap it and enable USB debugging in here.
Step 3: Connect Galaxy S7 to Computer
AnyRooter is a desktop program and it needs to access Galaxy S7 via USB debugging. You need to connect the phone to computer with USB cable. When the phone was attached, AnyRooter should recognize the device a minute later. After that, all preparations are done.
Step 4: Start Rooting Samsung Galaxy S7
Click 'Root Now' to start the rooting process. During this step, there are a lot of works being done but in a way that you can’t actually see it. In order to increase the success rate of root, this program will analyze internal system, update drivers if there were old and backup your data for security. Finally root your phone after all these requirements were reached. It needs sometime to complete the process, please be patient and don’t disconnect the device during this step.
In short, with rooting you can become the true owner of your phone. Some people feel that without rooting, their phone is not theirs. The reason is that in the case of unrooted phone, the carrier and the manufacturer of the phone keeps constantly warning the users on what to install and what not to install on the phone. This gives a feeling as if they have rented a phone as against owning the phone for some people. With rooting, these problems are completely eliminated and the individual can feel himself to be the true owner. So, to make sure that you can achieve safe rooting, choose a reliable application like AnyRooter to reap the benefits of rooting. So, are you ready for true ownership of your Samsung Galaxy s7?