Root Kernel Root Galaxy S7 Active G891A - Full SuperSU 2.78

Discussion in 'Galaxy S7 Active: SM-G891A' started by SamFirm.NET, Dec 30, 2016.

  1. SamFirm.NET

    SamFirm.NET SamFirm Team Administrator

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    How to Root Galaxy S7 Active G891A Android 6.0.1


    1. Flash Stock firmware G891AUCS2API2 via Odin
    2. Enable USB Debugging on your phone and connect the phone to PC
    3. Unzip SuperSU Root G891A file (password: ), flash file G891AUCT1APH1_ROOT_KERNEL_MANHIT.tar.md5 via Odin
    4. Run file Push.bat and wait few minute, auto-open a new command prompt window and type:
      adb shell
      mount -o remount,rw /system
      mount -o remount,rw rootfs /
      cp -f /data/local/tmp/ /system/etc/
      cp -f /data/local/tmp/su.img /data/su.img
      cp -f /data/local/tmp/Superuser.apk /data/SuperSU.apk
      touch /system/xbin/su
      chmod 0755 /system/xbin/su
      chcon u:object_r:system_file:s0 /system/xbin/su
      chmod 0700 /system/etc/
      chcon u:object_r:su_exec:s0 /system/etc/
      echo '/system/etc/' >> /system/etc/
    5. After rebooting, you should now see SuperSU app in your app drawer. Install and run any rooted app like Titanium Backup app to confirm you have full root. Congrats!

    Download Odin tool latest & flash Samsung firmware instructions

    Last edited: Jan 1, 2017
  2. donny

    donny New Member

    hi please password file thanks
  3. SamFirm.NET

    SamFirm.NET SamFirm Team Administrator
  4. Chad morgan

    Chad morgan New Member

    Hey I understand the method looks all legit. Just had one question... was wondering why it is you used a stock rom and also if its possible to do a custom rom instead. It's good to at least install custom rom files after ur procedure.
  5. Chad morgan

    Chad morgan New Member

    Thanks to BTW :)

    It's a pretty nice straight forward tutorial easy to follow along. Can't wait to try it out
  6. dowens82ny

    dowens82ny New Member

    This is fake Do not trust. Password on rar. author non responsive. AT YOUR OWN RISK
  7. Ethedieselp

    Ethedieselp New Member

    This was amazing, but today after 3 days of running fine I turn my phone after it died and lost root. Is this not persistent?

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