How to Root Samsung Galaxy A9 SM-A9000 Marshmallow – After the successful launch of Samsung Galaxy Series A8 product, now Samsung comes back with A series lineup, the Samsung Galaxy A9. Previously, smartphone Samsung Galaxy A series family is known as premium-class gadget that has a top-class specifications and design of super luxury. Just like the Galaxy A series, this time Samsung Galaxy A9 also comes with the same concept, ie the combination of luxurious design and high-quality hardware components. If seen physically, Galaxy A9 actually looks smaller than the Samsung Galaxy A8. Absolutely, Samsung Galaxy A9 does have a smaller body size when compared to the Galaxy series A8. This is because the Galaxy A9 carries a smaller screen size. Although it carries a smaller screen size, but the visual quality is taken by Samsung Galaxy A9 remains no less than his elder brother. Shown by presenting the figure of more sophisticated, Samsung’s Galaxy A9 bring the perfect look with an elegant design that makes it even more luxurious.
Carrying the label as a premium class smartphone, Samsung does not mess with the quality of the machinery sector in the Galaxy A9. For this generation of Samsung Galaxy A9, South Korean companies that rely on Qualcomm MSM8976 Snapdragon processor 620 that have better quality than the Snapdragon 615 that is used in the Samsung Galaxy A8. The processor has Octa-core CPU that consists of each one CPU Quad-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A72 and Quad-core 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53. The combination of Snapdragon 620 chip with Octa-core CPU support on Samsung Galaxy A9 will produce a performance that is strong and stable. Moreover, there were also 3 GB RAM capacity.
In this post Smartphone Clinic will provide a tutorial about how to Root Samsung Galaxy A9 SM-A9000. Make sure that your Samsung Galaxy A9 running on Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 with build id MMB29M.A9000ZCU1BPE2. If your device is a totally different model, it will not work (may even brick) ! In this tutorial we use Odin and CF Auto Root on Widows computer. Root your device at your own risk.
- Make sure your phone battery is charged to 70% or more
- Make sure you install the Samsung Driver on your PC, if you haven’t already.
- Backup your device data
- Download and Unzip CF-Auto-Root
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