Root and Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710M

Root and Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy A7 SMA710M – Android smartphone from Samsung has been incalculable, almost every month Samsung released the latest smartphone with a target different markets. Just like another Samsung Galaxy A Series, Samsung has equipped the Galaxy A7 with a body made of metal and the design is very thin. The phone also comes into the category as a phablet, because the screen is large enough with a spacious 5.5 inch with the technology is using Super Amoled Display panel. Super Amoled screen is able to increase the brightness of the screen, so stay sharp even if seen during the day. The screen supports multitouch 10 points, Samsung also equip it with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 4 as a protective screen.

Elegant design with glass-coated metal casing luxury become one of the charms of the Galaxy A7 2016 SM-A710. Apart from the design and appearance are a premium, Galaxy A7 2016 SM-A710 from Samsung is equipped with a specification that is not much different from the mobile middle class more to rely on the processor octa-core paired with 3GB of RAM, a camera that is capable, and large-capacity battery. In general, the Samsung Galaxy A7 2016 SM-A710 is quite worthy of consideration for consumers who want to phone a premium look and do not require high performance.

In this post Smartphone Clinic will provide a tutorial about Root and Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710M 2016. Make sure that your Samsung Galaxy A7 running on Android Lollipop 5.1.1. If your device is a totally different model, it will not work (may even brick) ! In this tutorial we use Odin on Widows computer. Root your device at your own risk.


How To Root and Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710M

  • First you should enabled Developer options
    If Developers Option is hidden, go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number (tap on it for 5-8 times)
  • Enabled USB Debugging and OEM unlock

root samsung OEM unlock

  • Connect it to you PC using the USB cable and copy the file into the root directory of your internal storage.
  • Turn off  your Samsung Galaxy
  • Boot the device into Download Mode as follows: press and hold Volume DownHome and Power buttons together
  • When a warning triangle appears on screen, press Volume Up button to enter Download Mode.
  • Launch Odin3.exe by click right and run as administrator on computer

odin extract

  • Connect your phone to the computer. Odin will automatically detect your phone and show the “added message”.

Root Odin autotoot chainfire 1

  • In Odin, tap AP button and find the TWRP Recovery file you downloaded earlier and select it

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  • Ensure Uncheck Auto-reboot in Odin
  • click Start in Odin.
  • Once the root installation is done, your phone will reboot and soon a PASS message with a green background appears in the left-most box at the very top of Odin.

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  • Turn off your Samsung Galaxy
  • Boot into “recovery mode”, by pressing and hold Volume Up + Home +Power buttons simultaneously
  • Select ‘Install’ and scroll all the way to the bottom till you see the file.
  • Select the .zip file and swipe the bar to confirm. This will start flashing the .zip file.
  • Once the flashing finished you will see the ‘Reboot System’ option, click it to reboot your device.
  • After reboot, Open menu. If the SuperSU App exist on your Application Menu on your smartphone it means you’ve succesfully rooted your device.

For more details, please watch following video:

Congratulation! Now your Samsung Galaxy A7 A710M was rooted. You can verify that your Samsung Galaxy A7 A710M is successfully rooted or not by downloading Root Checker App on Play Store. Hopefully the article of Root and Install TWRP Recovery on Samsung Galaxy A7 SM-A710M  useful for you. Source: XDA

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