Samsung G390F U6 Android 9 Root File
- What is Odin mode?
Odin mode is a new feature that was introduced with the latest Samsung Galaxy S7. This mode allows you to root your device without any third-party software. It works by using Odin, an application for flashing firmware files on your device.
Odin should be downloaded from the official Samsung website and also from other sites like XDA Developers, so make sure you have it installed on your PC before starting.
Step 1: Backup & Restore
If you are not familiar with this procedure, take some time to read this article first in order to understand how it works and how to back up data on your device. Before proceeding further, you should back up all important data on your phone (photos, contacts, etc.) as well as system files (like C++ libraries) so that if something goes wrong during the rooting process (which is very likely), they will still be there to restore in case something goes wrong during flashing.
Step 2: Unrar Odin
Odin is available in multiple versions for different phones and each version has its own way of installing its firmware. To check which version of Odin you have installed first go to Settings > About phone > Software Version and then use the Up/Down arrow buttons to select the desired build number before pressing OK when asked about whether or not you are sure about installing this firmware. After checking that Odin is installed properly, turn off your device by pressing the Volume Up + Power button together until it shuts down completely (and not just after a short while). Then leave your device plugged in overnight so that the installation process can proceed in the morning when its battery will be at full charge (this will not affect OTG functionality). Once Odin has finished flashing, open it again with any file manager and check if everything worked fine or look for any errors using Odin’s built-in error reporting function (Press Home + Power button together until your phone starts vibrating before launching Odin once again). If everything went fine then reboot your device normally by turning it off and on again once powered up.
Step 3: Download & Install Root Checker App
You can download the root checker from here. You must have TWRP recovery installed on your PC prior to downloading RootChecker from here. Once downloaded you need to flash TWRP recovery onto one of the recovery partitions of the root checker like shown below:
- Root Process Using Odin Mode
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been one of the most talked-about phones in 2014. Mostly because of its design and specs, but also because some people have found that rooting it allows them to install custom firmware and run custom software on their handsets.
In this article, we’ll show how to root your Galaxy S5 using Odin, which is a program that allows you to flash custom firmware onto your phone.
Before we start, make sure your device is powered off by pressing and holding volume down + home + power buttons until you see a blue screen with the message “Rooting requires administrative privileges.”
If you don’t see that screen press the volume up + power button until the screen goes black. Don’t turn off your phone while it is in this state as it will lock you out of root access.
Now, head over to Odin (download here) on PC and extract the zip file downloaded in step 3.
Then, connect your device to the PC with the USB cable and follow steps 1-3 again if needed.
Keep all the settings at default, except t Flash Mode should be set to PDA (USB Debugging) mode instead of OEM unlock mode as shown below:
Before proceeding with booting into download mode hold down volume up + home + power button until you see a blue screen with the message “Booting…” followed by the Samsung logo on the top right corner of your display. Then press the power button and keep holding down the volume up+power button until your device boots into bootloader mode (go ahead..!) :-D)
Turn off your phone using the Volume Down key then press the Power key twice when you hear a vibration then release the power key when it stops vibrating. Please note that this method only works for GSM/CDMA variants like US SM-G900S Galaxy S5 as the GSM variant doesn’t have bootloader mode. Root using Odin is not supported for CDMA/WCDMA Galaxy variants like US SM-G900C Galaxy S5 either since these variants don’t have bootloader mode either.. Hope this helps! 🙂
- Things to Know About Odin mode
Odin mode is an easy-to-use tool for rooting Android devices. This tutorial will teach you how to install custom ROMs and install apps on your device without unlocking the bootloader.
If you don’t know what a custom ROM is, see our tutorial on How To Install A Custom ROM
- Things to know about download mode on Samsung devices
To get into Odin mode and install custom firmware on Samsung devices, follow these steps:
1. Power off your phone.
2. Press and hold volume down, power key, and residential keys simultaneously until the Bixby button pops up.
3. As soon as Bixby appears go to Settings > About Phone > Software Information > Download Mode
4. When you see “Download Mode” select it using the blue Select button below the screen, then press volume up until the screen goes black.
5. Once in download mode wait for 1 minute or until the device restarts itself; once that’s done press and hold volume up until your phone reboots itself three times in a row (or press volume down while holding home and power)
- Final Words
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