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How To Root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

If you looking for a way to root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 then you are in right place. With root you will enjoy many benefits including ability to modify system files, use apps that require root, can overclock CPU and many more tweaks. In this page we will share an easy to follow guide. This rooting tutorial tested on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Samsung official firmware. Trying it in another version may brick your device.

To root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 we will use CF-Auto-Root. This rooting method developed by renowned developer Chainfire. This rooting method comes with SuperSU binary and install SuperSU app for root access management. This rooting tutorial that allow you to root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 running on official firmware won’t require custom recovery such as CWM recovery or TWRP recovery, instead we will use ODIN utility..

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Warning! We at ShizHub produce tutorial to help out fellow Android users but all this guide are educational purpose only. You should try this guide at your own risk. Neither we nor the developer should be responsible if your Android device experience a damage after following this tutorial. Also remember,this guide is only applicable for Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009. Don’t try this guide in any other Android device. It may hard brick your device.

Note: This rooting method trigger both flash and Knox counter hence your warranty will be void.


1. Although this method don't wipe your data but we still recommend you to back up it. You may follow our Android backup guide.

2. Make sure your device have at least 30% battery power.

3. You already have USB Driver installed for Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 in your PC. Windows OS usually download and install USB driver automatically when you connect your device first time. You can always manually download USB driver from our latest USB driver download page.

4. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled otherwise you won’t able to transfer file between PC and mobile. You can follow our USB Debugging enable guide.

Easy Rooting Guide For Samsung Devices

How to root Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 easily with CF-Auto-Root

  1. Download CF-Auto-Root zip for Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009.
  2. Extract downloaded zip file and you will get CF-Auto-Root file and Odin v3.10.6.
  3. Power off your Android device. Wait 5-6 seconds for vibration to confirm complete switch off.
  4. Now, put the Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 in Download Mode by pressing and holding down the Home, Volume Down and Power button together. A warning screen will come up; press Volume Up button to enter Download Mode.
  5. Now run Odin3 v3.10.6.exe (see Step 2) as an Administrator because Admin privileges is required to complete the process smoothly (only applicable Windows Vista and higher).
  6. Now connect your device to your PC using USB cable. You will see an “Added!!” massage in Odin’s message box. If you don’t get the same then you should try another USB port (try USB port located in back in your desktop PC). If that too don’t work then you should reinstall the driver. If you successfully see the “Added!!” message in Odin then you are ready to go in next step. You should also see COM port with a number in Yellow if you successfully added your device.
  7. Click the AP Button, and select that CF-Auto-Root-a7ltectc-a7ltectc-sma7009.img.tar file that you extracted earlier (see Step 2). If you are using old Odin then add the file to PDA button.
  8. In Odin window, make sure only Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time checkboxes are selected.
  9. Double check everything that we mentioned in Step 7 & Step 8 above. Now, once satisfied hit the START button to begin the flashing process.
  10. Once flashing completed, your Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009 will restart and soon you will see a PASS message with green background in the left-most box at the very top of the Odin. You can now unplug the USB cable to disconnect your device from computer.
That's it. You now have a rooted Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A7009. Now you can check out Best Apps For Rooted Android Devices (Android Phones & Tablets).


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