How to Root Your Samsung Galaxy S5

Nowadays, Samsung Galaxy series is very much popular among the customer and some of the users want to root their devices so as to install custom ROM or to install some applications, which are only supported in the rooted devices. By rooting the Android device user can also change the clock speed of the processor. Sometimes users face some problems like they can’t uninstall the preloaded applications from the device, which they don’t use, but requires high memory space, but by rooting these problems can be solved. The developers designed a lot of applications by which user can root galaxy S5.

In applying the first process, which is developed for T-Mobile, Sprint and for other international version user, should have a Windows Operating System in their Computer or Laptop. In this process First, you have to download the specific version of CF-Auto-Root for your specific Galaxy S5 version available over the Internet. Then you can see that a Zip File in your download section of your computer which you have to extract to a folder of your choice. Then after extraction go to that folder and right click on Odin and select Run as Administrator. Then a new window of Odin will be open in which you have to click on the PDA button and then choose the .tar.md5 file which you can find in your extracted folder. Then turn of your Galaxy S5 and press the volume down, power and home button together until the screen comes up. Then press the volume up button to continue and connect the device to your computer via USB. Then just make sure that in Odin re-partition is not checked in. After this just click on the start button and then wait for restart your device automatically.

If you want to root Galaxy S5 of AT&T and Verizon versions then first go to the Settings option where you can find Security and then click on it and then make sure that installation from Unknown sources is allowed. Then go to on your device, click on the Lambda that will be appearing at the center of the screen. Then there will a download option and then press Ok to download the file and after installation open it. Then press Make it ra1n and then install SuperSu from Play Store and then open it from your device. You can also download Root Checker from Play Store to see whether rooting is properly done or not.

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