Galaxy A5 is one of the awesome smartphones from Samsung. And comes with the amazing specification. Nowadays people want to full control of his device but it’s not possible without root. Once you rooted your phone then you can easily install those apps which need root access and also customize.
If you have Samsung Galaxy A5 and want to root so you are in right place. In this post, we will show you how to Root Samsung Galaxy A5 on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. If you are interested then follow the guidelines below.
Note: This guide and tool, can be used only to Root Samsung Galaxy A5 SM-A510M with CF-Auto-Root Running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Don’t try on any other device. This may void the device warranty and trip the KNOX security. Also, proceed and flash at your own risk only.
- Backup for the necessary data at A5 is recommended.
- At least 70% charge the device battery before flashing process.
- Install Samsung USB driver latest version at your PC. [Link]
- Enable USB Debugging Mode on the device from the main Settings. > Developer options. [Tap about Device>> find Build Number and tap it 7 times repeatedly to enable Developer options].
- Download Odin flashing tool latest version. [Link]
- Download CF-Auto-Root tool from here. [Link]
Steps TO ROOT SAMSUNG GALAXY A5 SM-A510M ON ANDROID 6.0.1:
- First of all, download the CF-Auto-Root tool for the Galaxy A5 SM-A510M from above link.
- Now open the Downloads folder and then extract the rooting file to the Downloads folder.
- Once the zip file extract then Run the Odin tool that is now available from the Downloads folder and the user interface of the tool opens.
- Now switch off and boot the Galaxy A5 into the Download Mode by the press and hold Power buttons for a few seconds, you will see a warning yellow screen then press
- Now connect your Galaxy A5 to the computer via the USB cable.
- Check that Odin tool is showing a blue or yellow ID: COM port.
- When the ID: Com port blue or yellow its mean your device connected so now click on the AP button from the Odin windows and then select the MD5 rooting file from the folder that you extract in step 2.
- Click on the Start button to start the rooting process.
- Wait for the text to show up on the Odin tool.
- Once the process is done then disconnect and reboot your Galaxy A5.