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How to Provide Root Access to T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge

Last updated: September 3, 2018.

Root Access to T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge

The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge can now be pre-ordered on T-Mobile before its official release on April 10. Many people are eagerly awaiting the release of this device because of its high-class specifications, and which are very compatible for Android power users. The T-Mobile variant has an unlocked bootloader, so users will have more leeway for modifications. More good news awaits these users who are pre-ordering on T-Mobile because developers have created a way to customize the device through CF-Autoroot. Before proceeding with the procedure, here are some notes that you have to consider:

  • This step by step guide will only work for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925T. If you are not sure about your device model, you may check it by going to your Settings menu, pressing More/General, then clicking ‘About Device’ (or clicking Settings first, then About Device). Using this guide for another device model may cause bricking, so if you are not a T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge user, do not proceed.
  • Your remaining battery percentage should not be less than 60 percent. This will prevent you from having power issues while the installation is ongoing, and therefore will prevent soft bricking of your device.
  • Backup all of your data and files to avoid losing them, including your contacts, messages, call logs, and media files. This will ensure that you will always have a copy of your data and files. If your device is already rooted, you may use Titanium Backup. If you already have an installed TWRP or CWM custom recovery, you may use Nandroid Backup.
  • Use only the original OEM data cable to connect your device to your computer or laptop. This will prevent unwanted issues while you are flashing
  • Disable Samsung Kies and other software while the Odin 3 flashtool is active. This is because Samsung Kies interrupts Odin 3 and may result in various errors in the rooting process
  • Download Odin v3.10
  • Download and install the Samsung USB drivers
  • Download zip file for CF Auto Root

 

Note: The methods needed to flash custom recoveries, roms and to root your phone can result in bricking your device. Rooting your device will also void the warranty and it will no longer be eligible for free device services from manufacturers or warranty providers. Be responsible and keep these in mind before you decide to proceed on your own responsibility. In case a mishap occurs, we or the device manufacturers should never be held responsible.

 

Step by step guide to provide root access to your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge:

  1. Extract the zip file for CF Auto Root and get the tar.md5 file
  2. Open exe file for Odin 3.10
  3. Place your device in Download mode by shutting it down and waiting for 10 seconds before turning it back on by simultaneously long-pressing the home, power, and volume down buttons. When the warning appears on the screen, press your volume up button to proceed.
  4. Connect your Galaxy S6 Edge to your computer or laptop using your device’s original OEM data cable. Ensure that you have installed the Samsung USB drivers
  5. You will know when your device has been successfully detected by Odin when the ID:COM box becomes blue.
  6. In Odin, go to the AP tab and look for the tar.md5 file for CF-Auto-Root.
  7. Click Start and wait for the rooting to finish
  8. Unplug your Galaxy S6 Edge from your computer or laptop once your device restarts
  9. Open your app drawer and look for SuperSu.

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Voila! You now have root access on your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge! To verify your root access, follow these simple steps:

  1. On your device, go to Google Play Store
  2. Look for the app called Root Checker and install
  3. Open the downloaded app
  4. Click Verify Root
  5. Grant SuperSu rights when prompted

 

Your Root Checker app should show you that you have root access. Congratulations! If you have additional questions regarding the entire process, do not hesitate to ask through the comments section below.

 

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