Samsung has recently launched two new budget phone under 15K Samsung Galaxy J5 and Samsung Galaxy J7 having a super AMOLED display. In the form factor Samsung Galaxy J7 is an advance version of J5. So if you own Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F then you must be frustrated with preinstalled app or bloatware. That means it consumes lots of space and makes your phone slow where it have only 1.5GB RAM and 500 MB free RAM out of the box condition. So the best way to get rid of this bloatware or preinstalled app is root your Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F and remove those by using system app remover. But before you root you should know that root an android device violates it warranty terms and condition. So before rooting your Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F know the pros and cons of rooting from the internet.
So before we proceed to root Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F make sure you have made a backup of your files, photos, videos including SMS, APK Call logs and Contacts.
How To Root Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F
Note: Make a backup of all files including APK, contacts, SMS etc.
A. Download tools
1. Odin3_v3.10.6.zip (Unzip it)
2. Samsung Kies
3. twrp-184.108.40.206-j7elte.img.tar (Size 17.587MB, Don’t Extract it)
4. Super Su (Don’t Unzip it)
B. Enable Developer Option
- Go to Settings>>About Phone>>
- Then tap ‘Build number’ 7 times or until you get the message ‘You’re now a developer!’
- Go back to Settings, choose ‘Developer options’. Find the ‘USB debugging’ option and enable it.
- In the ‘Developer Option’ you will also find the ‘OEM Unlocking’ option, just enable it.
C. Install Samsung Kies or Driver
Install the Samsung Kies and restart your PC, then connect your Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F with USB cable. It will configure driver automatically.
D. Transfer SuperSu
- Connect your phone to PC via USB Cable
- Transfer the SuperSu.zip file from your PC to the external memory of Samsung J7 (you can also copy to internal)
E. Install TWRP Recovery On Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F
- Run as Administrator the Odin3 v3.10.6.exe file
- Click on AP and browse twrp-220.127.116.11-j7elte.img.tar like this
- Now switch on your Samsung Galaxy J7
- Then Press and hold the Power + Volume Down + Home button simultaneously until its screen off and boot into a blue screen showing Warning
- Now press Volume UP button to Continue…It will show like this
- Now connect your Phone to PC via USB Cable
- You will see that first box under ID:COM in odin is shaded mean driver properly installed
- Now click on the Start button on Odin
- It will few seconds, once its done, you will see green Pass like this
- Now exit Odin and disconnect your Phone and switch it on
F. Root Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F by flashing SuperSu
- Switch off your device (You will feel a vibration mean completely switched off)
- Now press and hold Power+Volume Up+ Home button simultaneously until it boot up and show teamwin
- Tick on the check box of “Never show this screen during boot again”
- Then Swipe to allow modification
- Now tap on Install and browse the UPDATE-SuperSU-v2.46.zip file (If you have put it in External then tap on Storage and browse it)
- Once you find the UPDATE-SuperSU-v2.46.zip file just tap on it
- Now swipe to confirm flash
- Once the flashing process done, you will get successful message
- Now tap on Reboot system
- Your Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F has been rooted.
To check whether your Samsung Galaxy J7 SM-J700F has root access or not, just go to Google Play store and install Root Checker and run it.
Happy rooting! 🙂
Also try this method also an easy method
How to Easily Root Galaxy J7 on any Android firmware
- Well, first, get the root exploit; access this page and download the root file on your computer.
- Place the package on desktop and don’t unzip it
- Connect your Galaxy J7 with your PC by plugging in the USB cable.
- Now, transfer the downloaded file on your phone and then unplug the USB cord.
- Turn off your device – power it off and not just reboot it.
- Enter recovery mode on your Samsung Galaxy J7.
- From recovery select “Install”.
- Pick the root file and then resume the flashing process.
- When done, return to main menu of recovery and select “reboot”.
- If during the last reboot a boot loop is issued, go back to recovery and select “wipe data factory reset” and “wipe cache partition”.
There you have it; that’s how you can easily root your own Samsung Galaxy J7. You can now tweak your Android device by performing many dedicated operations.