How to Simply Your Root Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Note 5 / 4 / Edge
Something interesting about mobile phones is that while we base our decision on which phone we are going to get purely on the different features which are advertised, when we get our hands on the phone we long for more access and furthermore, we long to gain a deeper level of access to our mobile phones. This leads Apple users to jailbreak their device, and today's focus, Android and Samsung users rooting their device. By doing either of these methods you are provided with a lot more access to your device, allowing you to play around with its functionality even more than before. With that in mind, today we are going to take a look at how you can root Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and what use it is to you.
Root Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with TunesGo
TunesGo is a fantastic program and is one which any Samsung user should have on their computer at all times. The program itself is full of features, although for now, we are going to focus in on rooting your Samsung device, so let's jump right in.
Step #1 – If you haven't already downloaded and installed the TunesGo program, go ahead and do so now. Now that it's installed, launch the program.
Step #2 – Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, or any other Samsung device, to your computer using a USB cable and allow a moment for TunesGo to detect that your device has been connected.
Note: if you're unsure as to whether or not your device has been detected, click on the “Home” tab located at the top of the program. If your device has been detected, then your device will be shown on screen along with some basic details about it.
Step #3 – On TunesGo, click on the “Toolbox” tab located on the top panel followed by the “One-click Root” option.
Step #4 – A warning message will then be displayed to ensure that you understand the consequences of this process. Read the message and click on the “Root” button.
Step #5 – The process will then begin and should only take a matter of minutes.
Note: it's important that you don't disconnect your Samsung device or interfere with the rooting process or your device at any moment during this process. By doing so, you are risking damaging your device.
Step #6 – Once the rooting process has completed, your device will light up and you will receive a notification on TunesGo.
That is how you root Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as well as several other Galaxy Note and Galaxy Edge devices. The best part about this method is that not only is it compatible with several Samsung devices, but you are also able to gain complete access by rooting your device in just one click. That's right. You aren't required to do any work throughout this process other than following the simple steps given above. TunesGo takes care of everything.
As we mentioned above, TunesGo is full of a variety of other features rather than just how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which is why we're going to take a look at some of the best features which it has to offer.
- App Management. If you have a lot of applications installed on your device, then app management can be a pain. TunesGo provides you with an “App Manager” which allows you to installed and uninstall multiple applications at once. Not only that but if you are selectively backing up data then you are able to backup and restore multiple app's data at once.
- Backup and Restore. Samsung Kies isn't a program which everyone is too happy with using, although due to the fact that it is the standard Samsung device file management program, a lot of people are under the illusion that it is the only option available. Fortunately, that isn't the case. With TunesGo, you are able to take backups of your data and have them stored in a safe and secure place. If you every needs to do so, then you are able to restore the backups which you have taken to your device.
- Rooting your Device. As we went over today, you are able to root your device with TunesGo and to make things better, you are able to do so in just one click!
- Compatibility. As with any program, many people worry as to whether or not their device is going to be compatible with the program. With TunesGo, this isn't a problem at all. TunesGo is compatible with several thousand Android devices as well as being compatible across multiple versions of the Android platform.
It is undoubtedly clear that with all of the features above as well as the method which we focused in on today in mind, TunesGo is a program which is worth getting your hands on and is something that everyone can optimize to their own needs.
Rooting a Device
Rooting is a fantastic idea and similarly, so is jailbreaking. However, no matter which method that you use to do either of this, you are putting your data at risk of being lost. For that reason alone, it's important that before you root or jailbreak your device that you take a backup of all of the data that is stored on your device. This means that if you do in fact experience data loss if something goes wrong, then you are able to get your hands on the data once again and it will be like it was never gone.
Not only should you take a backup before rooting or jailbreaking a device, but backing up regularly is just as important!
Lastly, although our focus in this article was how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the method which we discussed is, in fact, compatible with a variety of other Samsung devices (Such as Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Note 4, Note 3, Galaxy Note Edge, and so on) so if you don't have a Galaxy Note 7, don't worry!