At a time rooting has become one of the noticeable ways leads system alterations, we find various tool options. But among them, it is always wise to call Samsung Odin which is specially developed for Samsung system alterations. So this is my turn covering How to Use Odin in rooting your Galaxy Tablet or Smart Phone with the latest version 3.12.7 update.
Update Samsung Odin Version 3.12.7
As you know by now, the release of the tool Odin is not official. So it has come to the public hand through an unintentional leak on the web as a tool developed by Samsung Inc truly for the internal purpose. But as it is now winning all hearts as the best flash utility for Samsung, we now come to meet the program in updated interfaces so often. By now it is Odin v3.12.7 the latest, carrying additional device support and confirming the stability.
Odin is so special as the official program for flashing firmware. Among the number of file formats it supports, root packages are too included making the use of Odin Download for flashing as well as for rooting. So let us walk through the complete tutorial on rooting your Galaxy with use of the latest Odin version 3.12.7.
How to Use Odin in Android Root?
The process here follows different techniques from what you now familiar in the one-click root. But it is not complex or hard to get with if you follow the right requirements and then the how-to part.
How to prepare?
- Need Windows running PC with proper installation of the drivers’ software (make sure to restart the PC after the installation)
- Charge the Galaxy for a sufficient power scale
- Enable USB debugging (Setting > About device > tap 7 or 8 times on the built number and get into the developer options. Then go to developer options and enable USB debugging)
- The device needs to switch in download mode. So press and hold Home, Power, and Volume down until it vibrates with a warning triangle on the screen. Then continue with Volume up leaving other keys. So you are now in the download mode
- If you have anything important on the device, make a complete backup for sure to keep them safe
What should I do then?
- Download Odin the latest version 3.12.7 on the PC and extract to get workable extensions
- Download CF-Auto-Root package and extract as above for the workable formats
- Launch Odin exe, with right-click to get the administrator rights
- Connect the device to the PC (in download mode)
- See whether your device gets connected to Odin putting an “added” message in the panel (ID:COM Box should turn blue)
- Now select AP and attach the CF-Auto-Root file there
- While keeping the other options untouched, continue with “Start”
- Now you need some wait as it will require several minutes to proceed in the system
- If you see a green “Pass” in several minutes, you are successfully done rooting with Odin
- So disconnect from the PC and use a root checker for the root confirmations
It is simply all under how to use Odin in rooting. So follow the given instructions and have happy Androiding times. But in case if you find anything troublesome, do not be uncertain to reach us.