The excellent Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now available for purchasing and we’re absolutely convinced that a lot of people will get this amazing device, considered by many the best Android phone of 2016.
It brings a lot of new and awesome features, combining Google’s latest operating system, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, customized with the manufacturer’s TouchWiz, and a top notch spec sheet. However, power users will always want to get more of their phone! And this is where rooting comes in! But is it worth it?
Benefits of Rooting
- It allows you to install a custom ROM on your phone, making your phone perform better and faster, not to mention the insane amount of customization you get access to!
- It increases your phone’s performance and battery life, by killing background processes automatically.
- You can restore all your apps and data with ease, using Titanium Backup or similar apps.
- You can get rid of the bloatware, by installing all the unnecessary apps your phone comes pre-loaded with, out of the box.
- You can install an ad blocker after, and get rid of all those annoying ads you see in apps or on websites.
- You can enable various features of your phone, otherwise unavailable.
See, it’s always a good idea to root Samsung Galaxy Note 7! Now let’s see how it’s done, shall we?
Warnings & Requirements
- The rooting process will most likely erase all the data on your phone. In order to avoid losing all your stuff, perform a full backup before starting.
- In order to root it, your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 needs to have a TWRP Recovery installed.
- Follow all the steps below correctly, or you risk bricking your phone.
- Make sure the phone has a battery level above 60% before proceeding. Our recommendation would be to start with a fully charged battery, so you can avoid an accidental shutdown.
- Download the dm-verity and force encryption disabler.
- Get the SuperSu.zip file.
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Download SuperSu – Download
Guide To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Step 1: Enter the TWRP Recovery menu and go to the Wipe section, in order to perform a Factory Reset.
Step 2: Go back and click on Install Zip. Select the dm-verity and force encryption disabler filer.
Step 3: Swipe in order to flash the file.
Step 4: After the process is completed, reboot your device.
Step 5: Reboot the Galaxy Note 7 into recover mode again.
Step 6: Go back to TWRP recover and select Install zip once again. Now, select the SuperSu.zip file, in order to root Galaxy Note 7.
Step 7: Swipe in order to install SuperSu.
Step 8: After the process is completed, reboot your device.
And that’s it!
This is everything you need to do in order to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The process might sound complicated, but if you follow all these steps, everything should be just fine.
If you have any questions related to the process, feel free to ask us, using the comments section below.