What Is Automatic Root File And Its Usage? (Download Auto Root Files For Free)


The word Root in mobile repairing, as its first meaning, is accessing the root of your device. That is having total control on your smartphone/tablet and doing some useful processes on your device whose prerequisite is Root Access. Some of the things you can do by allowing Root Access are:

     • Repairing IMEI, Fixing Serial Number, Repairing & Changing Bluetooth Address and Mac Address of the device and … using Software Boxes

     • Patching the Network, unlocking Network and getting Network Unlock code without paying the credit using Software Boxes

     • Extracting PIT, Cert, QCN files and … using Software Boxes

     • Getting a backup of EFS, NV DATA, BaseBand files and ….

     • Resetting MSL lock and repairing DRK and Sign Key of Cert file and …

     • Unlocking security locks such as Knox, RKP, Tima, Rooting Restriction, DM-Verity, SELinux and …

     • Running more than 20 thousand apps which need Root access for running. Apps such as Xposed and Magisk and their extraordinary modules!

     • Resetting FRP Lock, permanently resetting RMM State Lock, resetting password lock, pin, pattern, finger print and …

     • Running Linux Command Line via Terminal for doing some professional processes which need SU Shell!

     • Flashing Stock or Custom ROM and their partitions such as Kernel, Recovery, and even flashing Stock ROM without using computer and …

     • Managing Custom Kernel (Over Clocking, Under Voltage, configuring Governor, and…) is not possible without having Root Access.

     • and lots of other features.

There are a couple of ways to allow Root Access of Samsung devices, one of which is using Automatic Root file. This method which is known as "Auto Root" is a common method of Rooting Samsung devices. Its installation is done through laptop or computer. By flashing Auto Root file using Odin software, all steps needed for Rooting including turning OFF Knox and security sections and … will be done automatically and your device would be allowing Root access at the end.

In the following, I want to introduce you to some best free download centers of Auto Root file! You might be surprised because these files usually are NOT free!

Notice: in case you had any problem downloading the files from download centers, for example, you are not able to download the files or if you faced low download speed, I recommend you to use Virtual Private Networks.

First Free Download Center For Auto Root Files (autoroot.chainfire.eu):

This free download center has uploaded Auto Root files of hundreds of Samsung devices (smartphones & tablets) from Android 4.3 to higher versions. You don’t need to sign up for this website or pay any money. All download links are free and have the highest download speed possible. You can directly download these files by IDM or any other Download tool.

It needs to be noted that, Auto Root files in this website are provided by Super SU Root Manager. Since Super SU Root Manager does NOT support Android versions 8.0 and higher, Auto Root files of this website would ONLY be useable for Androids 4.3 to 7.1.
I recommend you NOT to flash Auto Root files of this website on devices with higher Android versions because it would result in bricking your Android device!!!

To download Auto Root file for your device, do as follows:

1. By clicking on the picture below, you will be redirected to the download page of Auto Root files (like the picture below):
 




2. Select the model of your device among the hundreds of models and pay attention to its Android version, then click on Download. Here I want to download Auto Root file for Samsung Galaxy S8 SM-G950F with Android version 7.1.



3. Now, like the picture below, click on "CF-Auto-Root-XXXXX" so that download link would be created;



4. If you have IDM installed on your computer, a window like the window below would open. Click on "Start Download" to download the Auto Root file;




Second Free Download Center for Auto Root Files (shell.boxwares.com):

This download center, too, has provided hundreds of Auto Root files for free. You don’t need to sign up or pay any money but you might see some advertisements which you can pass and they won't prevent you from downloading the files. All download links are Direct, Free and have the Highest Speed possible using IDM (or any good download tool).

You need to know that Auto Root files of this website are also provided by Super SU Root Manager. Since Super SU does not support Android versions 8.0 and higher, Auto Root files of this website would ONLY be useable for Androids 4.3 to 7.1.

I recommend you NOT to flash Auto Root files of this website on devices with higher Android versions because it would result in bricking your Android device!!!

To download Auto Root file for your device, do as follows:

1. By clicking on the picture below, you will be redirected to the download page of Auto Root files (like the picture below):




2. Like the picture below, type the model of your device in section number 1 and select "Root" in section number 2, then click on Search (number 3).



3. As you see in the picture below, all Auto Root files for your model of device with different Build Numbers would be listed. Download your file by clicking on the blue Download button. Here I searched for Auto Root file of Samsung Galaxy S8+ SM-G955F; 



4. File information will be shown. Scroll down to download;



5. Now, click on "Generate Download Link";



6. By clicking on "Download", an upload center, where the Auto Root file is uploaded, such as MediaFire, Google Drive or … would open;



7. In my case it is uploaded to MediaFire. So, in MediaFire (or any other upload center), click on "Download";



8. Finally, click on "Start Download" on IDM (if you have IDM) for your file to be downloaded.



Notice: the Auto Root file is compressed with .zip extension when you download it and after extracting, it would have .tar or .md5 extension.

You can flash Auto Root file on your device as follows;

Flashing Samsung Auto Root file:

1. Run Odin software by Right clicking on "Odin v3.XX.X.X", then clicking on "Run as administrator";




2. The software will launch. You need to have internet connection because Odin would install your device's drivers online. (if you already installed the drivers, you won't need internet connection); 



3. Enter "Download Mode" on your smartphone/tablet and plug it to the ports of laptop or computer using USB cable. (Read this article to learn how to enter Download Mode!)

If the drivers of your smartphone/tablet are not installed, they would start to install now. You'll notice the drivers are installed when you see "Added!!!" message in the "Log" tab and also, one of the boxes in the "ID:COM" section of the Odin software would be colored! These show the successful installation of the drivers; 




4. Click on "Options" tab. Then, click on "AP". In the window that opens, go and find your Auto Root file and select it. Then, click on "Open". Notice; your Auto Root file address and the folder names need to be written in Latin alphabet. 



5. After opening your Auto Root file, you'll see a window like picture below. You need to put the checkmarks of "F.Reset Time" and "Auto Reboot". Now click on "Start" and wait; 



6. As you see in the picture, installation process is fast and your device would restart and boot into normal android environment. DO NOT PLUG OUT your device UNTIL you see "PASS!" message in ODIN software!!! After that you can plug out your device.


Notice: if your smartphone/tablet has Android version 6.0 or higher, you might see an error (Verification Failed) like in the picture below, after your device restarts. It is related to Data encryption of your device. In such cases, you need to reset your device to factory state by clicking on Reset Device/Phone OR by flashing Stock or Custom Recoveries.



Click here to learn How to Enter Recovery Mode on Different Samsung Devices!


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