Guide to Root Galaxy J7 Prime 2 (G611F and G611M)

In this guide, we will show you how to root Galaxy J7 Prime 2.So if you are using a Galaxy J7 Prime 2 and want to root your smartphone then stay on this page.Root gives you full control over your smartphone.Smartphone manufacturer put some restrictions on your device and rooting allows you to overcome these restrictions.You can also flash custom ROM on your Galaxy J7 Prime 2 after getting root access.

Samsung released Galaxy J7 Prime 2 back in March 0f 2018.This smartphone has 5.5 inches full HD display with a pixel density of 401 PPI.Under the hood, Galaxy J7 Prime 2 has Exynos 7860 octa-core chipset with Mali-T830 MP1 graphics unit.For taking pictures and videos, Galaxy J7 Prime 2 has 13 MP camera sensors at front and back.

Root Galaxy J7 Prime 2

We are going to use CF-Auto-Root file to root Galaxy J7 Prime 2.You need to flash these file on your Galaxy J7 Prime 2 with the help of Odin tool.This guide will flash the SuperSU app on your smartphone to gain root access.This guide is only for SM-G611F and SM-G611M.So follow the below guide to root your Galaxy J7 Prime 2.

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.

Downloads:

  1. Samsung USB Drivers
  2. Odin Tool
  3. Download the root file according to the model number of your smartphone:

How to Root Galaxy J7 Prime 2

  1. Make sure you download the right CF-Auto-Root file for your smartphone.
  2. Install USB Drivers and Odin tool on your computer.
  3. Enable Developer options by going to Settings>>About>>Software Info and tap on Build number 7 times.
  4. Enable USB Debugging by going to Settings>>Developer options and tick USB Debugging.
  5. Power off your smartphone and boot into download mode by pressing and holding Volume down, Home and Power button together.
  6. Connect your smartphone to your computer using a data cable.
  7. Open Odin tool and make sure that only “F.Reset Time” and “Auto Reboot” is ticked in the options menu.
  8. Unzip the CF-Auto-Root file and get the root file.
  9. Click on AP button in Odin tool.
  10. Select the root file.
  11. Finally, click on the Start button to begin the rooting process.

Once the process completes successfully your smartphone will boot normally and you will find SuperSU app in app drawer.

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