How to Root Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930V Easily


Wants to know how to root Samsung Galaxy S7? Well, here we will show the full process to root Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930V built. Here we will use a software called, Odin on a Windows computer. It’s an easy and safe method that can be used on your Samsung Galaxy S7. Just follow our provided instructions.

Rooting devices gives you unlimited freedom to use your device in own way. But keep in mind that, this instruction is made especially for S7 SM-G930V build.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930V Easily

Before starting the process, change your device up to 80%. Please, make sure that you have a sustainable internet connection that will last until the process gets finished.

Step 1: Download the original Samsung USB driver for your device.

Step 2: Secondly, download & extract the required root files on your computer.

the required files and programs

Step 3: Now turn off your Samsung Galaxy S7(SM-G930V).

Step 4: Then press & hold the Power button + Volume down + Home button for up to 5 seconds.

Step 5: A warning sign will appear on your screen. Press Volume Up to continue.

Step 6: Now open Odin(downloaded before) on your computer. Then connect your Phone to the computer.

Step 7: Odin will automatically detect your phone. After that, click on AP button.

click the AP button to select file

Step 8: Select the downloaded ‘CF-Auto-Root’ file. After that, click on the Start button

click on the start button to start rooting your device


Step 9: Wait until you get the “PASS” message in a green box. Done!

wait until the green box distpay with PASS message

The rooting process might take 40-50 seconds. Once you have finished the rooting process, disconnect your phone and turn it on. To check if your device has rooted correctly, you can use the Root Checker App.

Readme before leaving:

  1. Recommended built: The rooting instruction is based on Galaxy S7 SM-G930V built. If you are one other build, you must flash the firmware according to the same built.
  2. Reboot: Your device might reboot automatically, during the rooting process. It’s a part of the rooting process, So, don’t panic.
  3. Data loss: You won’t lose any data during the rooting process.
  4. USB Driver: You must download the preferred Samsung USB driver for your device to use this instruction.


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