Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Android Marshmallow Root is Here – Check it Out

Galaxy S7and S7 edge

The new Samsung Galaxy S7 and its counterpart Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge can now be rooted on the currently installed Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS.

This has been coming for quite some time as experts were buried deep into finding a way past Samsung’s software in a bid to give users a finer experience with the 2016 flagships. With the new Galaxy S7 root, it means users of these devices will now be able to take advantage of Marshmallow’s finer features without any problems.

Well, many believe that rooting devices is only meant for the pros. But with the latest method, you will have a hassle-free way of doing it. But why root your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge when it is just working perfectly? One major benefit of rooting a device is that it will allow you access to some features that are only exclusive to the root, among them the ability to delete all default apps, use ad-blockers or even install custom ROMs. If you enjoy playing around with your phone, this is probably the first thing you do when you get a brand new handset, but this will mean the warranty is no more.

If you’ve heard of jailbreaking on iOS, this is basically the same thing on Android, however, rooting is a lot easier than jailbreaking.

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So, if you own a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge and have been thinking of rooting it, there is an even easier way you can achieve this. Just keep reading.

For starters, you will need to download KingRoot. This will give you a faster access to your Galaxy S7 root as it is very simple to use. Once the app is downloaded and installed on your S7, hit the root button and everything else works out like magic. That was easy huh! It makes life easier for less tech-savvy buyers as it eliminates the hassles involved with complicated rooting methods. The good side of the story is that this app regularly updates its database to include other smartphone models, something that should mean other Android devices will be supported in future.

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