You may be considering the option to root your Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. But thinking that the process that has to be carried out is long, and perhaps complex, is something that makes you not take the step definitively. Well, we suggest you use the KingRoot tool, which with just one tap on the screen, everything is done automatically.
And what do you gain if you root a Samsung Galaxy S7? Well increase the options personalization of the device in question, since you have access to every corner of it (it is even possible to remove native applications if you wish). It is even possible to change the kernel – the core of the Android operating system – for another if you want to explore new options.
The case is that with KingRoot everything you have to do is very simple and, at the same time, safe. Anyway, as we always indicate before performing root, it is more than recommended to do a backup of the data on the mobile device and ensure that the battery charge is 90%, thus avoiding possible problems.
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How to root Samsung Galaxy S7
If you definitely want to take the step, we indicate what you have to take to achieve this and, as you will see, there are not many or you have to be installed several applications and files. Therefore in less than 10 minutes -at most-, the process will have finished:
- Download the KingRoot app at this link, it is an APK, so you cannot access the Play Store
- Once this is finished, click on the file in question and activate the installation of Unknown Sources as requested by the Samsung Galaxy S7
- The installation will finish and, then, you must open KingRoot in the usual way so that its user interface appears
- Click on the big blue button at the bottom. Now you must be patient for the process to finish, but it is not excessively long
- Obviously the Google notice that indicates the risks involved in doing root, in principle you should already know them before taking the step of doing it
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Once finished, we recommend rebooting the device for the best possible stability. By the way, an application named Kinguser, which is the one you must use to give SuperUser permissions to the applications you use on the Samsung Galaxy S7, if you wish. Other tutorials for devices with Google’s operating system can be found in this section of Android Help.