Here we are going to show you how to root Galaxy J3 2017.So if you are a user of that mobile and want to root your Galaxy J3 2017 then you are on right page.Rooting your Galaxy J3 2017 help you in uninstall preinstalled apps to free up more internal space and speed up your smartphone.You can also overclock or underclock your Galaxy J3 2017 after getting root access.
Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 also known as Galaxy J3 2017 Pro is a successor to Galaxy J3 2016.This smartphone comes with 5.0 inches 720p display on the front for great viewing experience.Under the hood, Galaxy J3 2017 has 1.4 GHz clocked octa-core Exynos 7570 chipset with 2 GB ram for handling tasks.Galaxy J3 2017 has 13 MP primary and 5 MP front facing camera.
CF-Auto-Root file has been released to root Galaxy J3 2017 by Chainfire.This guide will use these file to root Galaxy J3 2017.You need to flash root file using a computer to gain root access on Galaxy J3 2017.So follow the below guide to root Galaxy J3 2017.This guide is only to root SM-J330G model of Galaxy J3 2017.
WARNING – Rooting your smartphone will void its warranty.We are not responsible if your device gets damaged during the rooting procedure.Make sure your device has at least 50-60 percent battery backup.
- Universal Samsung Drivers
- Latest Odin Tool
- Download CF-Auto-Root file according to the model number of your smartphone:
- CF-Auto-Root-j3y17lte-j3y17ltedx-smj330g.zip (For SM-J330G)
Step to Root Galaxy J3 2017
- Firstly, Install Samsung USB Driver and Odin on your computer.
- Enable USB Debugging on your smartphone by going to Settings>>Developer options and tick USB Debugging (if your smartphone misses Developer options then go to About>>Software Info and tap on build number 7 times).
- Then power off your smartphone and boot into download mode by pressing and holding Volume Down, Home and Power button together.
- Now connect your Galaxy J3 2017 to your computer and press Volume up button.
- Unzip CF-Auto-Root file and get root file.
- Open Odin tool on your computer.
- Make sure “Auto Reboot” and “F.Reset Time” is ticked in the options menu of Odin.
- Click on AP button and select root file.
- Lastly, click on Start button to root your Galaxy J3 2017.
That’s it your Galaxy J3 2017 is rooted after following the given guide carefully.