Root Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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We are back with a fresh guide for all Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge owners! In this tutorial we are going to walk you through all the steps involved in rooting your Android device, but take all the necessary time to read all the preparatory steps and the risks that such a procedure involves.

Even if you are not a newbie at this chapter, if you make any mistake during the root process, you may end up in bricking your Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and we know that this is not your goal.

We also want to warn you from the start that the guide presented below is only for the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge version. So do not install this build on any other variant excepting the SM-G925P one. And among risks, you should also take in consideration the fact that using this root procedure increases your flash counter and does trip the KNOX flag to void the warranty, so use at your own risk.

However, if the decision has already been taken, we can only support you and remind you the most important preparatory steps which will make this procedure a successful one. Before getting to the rooting process, you have to make a backup of your data, charge the device and install the drivers of Samsung Galaxy S6 on your computer. Even more, USB Debugging should be enabled on your smartphone. To enable it, just go to Settings > Developer Options > Enable USB Debugging.

And keep in mind that you are performing this operation entirely at your own risk. We do not assume the responsibility of your mistakes!

How to Root your Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Device:

  1. For the start use this link to download the CF-Auto-Root package;
  2. Also download the most recent ODIN v3.09 version;
  3. Install Odin on your computer and unzip the root package (preferably on your desktop in order to make things easier);
  4. Now, you must turn off your smartphone;
  5. Then, you must turn your Galaxy S6 Edge back on in Download mode. For doing that, just press and hold Power, Volume down and Home buttons simultaneously and then press the Volume up button (if you need even more, details, read the guide that we have here);
  6. Select “Run as administrator” on Odin;
  7. Now, you have to transfer the files to your phone after that via its USB data cable;
  8. From Odin, you must click on the PDA button;
  9. Choose the CF-Auto-Root file;
  10. Select Start and wait for the Pass message to be displayed on your device;
  11. At the end, simply unplug the Galaxy S6 Edge phone from the PC and that was all.

As for those of you owning another Samsung Galaxy version, we have already talked about the T-Mobile (SM-G925T) one (use this direct link to read that step by step tutorial) and we are working on guides for the International variant (SM-G925F) and the Chinese one (SM-G9250) as we are speaking. Just don’t forget to check on us later!

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Popa Loredana

Loredana has graduated Communication and Public Relations and works as a copywriter for over three years. She uses technology every day ( just as anyone else having her age ), but somehow things turned into something more than that. She just loves to discover more about what’s new and interesting, so why not combining that with her passion for writing? Here, on Android Flagship she contributes articles regarding the best choices that you could take when it comes to the latest Android releases and not only and she promises to keep you updated.