"I want to root my Samsung Galaxy S7 in order to get full access to system directory. Is there any tool that can help? I'm really tired of the long and complex tutorial."-Bruce
Should we root our Android system? To be honest, everything has two sides. The commonest reasons to root might be that you can install some incompatible apps, block advertisements on apps, change skins, flash a custom kernel, etc. Of course there are risks of rooting Android. A superuser, however, can really trash things by installing the wrong app or modifying system files. So, be cautious if you decide to root your Android device. Due to a great mass of Android devices, there're a great deal of ways to root Android devices, and they're all non-universal. Do not try to root your device with tutorials on Internet because it might not fit your phone unless you're sure. Here, we will introduce a tool which allows you to automatically root your Android phone. If you need this, please go on reading.
Root Samsung Galaxy S7
Android Root is designed for helping Android users root their devices simply with the lowest risk. Through its One Click Root function, you can easily root Samsung Galaxy S7. By using this tool, what you need to do is just to connect your phone to a computer, lauch Android Root and click Root Now button. Then wait. It almost fits every popular Android models. Besides rooting, this toolkit offers other function too, like Data Recovery, Data Backup & Restore, Data Eraser and so on. If you want to root your Android phone, we strongly suggest you try this.
How to Root Samsung Galaxy S7
Step 1. Launch Android Root and Connect Your Samsung Galaxy S7
Launch Android Root on your computer. Click on "Root" item among all the toolkits.
Then connect your Galaxy S7 to the computer using a USB cable. If your Android os version is 4.2.2 or above, you will get a pop-up message on your phone. Please tap on OK to allow USB debugging. Android Root will automatically recignize and connect your phone.
Step 2. Detect and Root Your Android Phone
After your phone is connected, click on Start. The program will then start to detect your phone and find a proper way to root your phone. The detecting process will take a few minutes depending on different phone model.
Then Android Root will be ready to root your Android phone. Click on Root Now to start rooting your phone.
During the rooting process, the phone will pop up a message to ask whether you would like to root the phone. Tap on Confirm to continue the rooting. Just in a few minutes, you phone will be rooted successfully.