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How to Root Samsung Galaxy S5 (All versions)

This root guide will work with all variants including:
SM-G900F International Galaxy S5 
SM-G900T T-Mobile Galaxy S5
SM-G900P Sprint Galaxy S5
SM-G900T1 Metro PCS Galaxy S5
SM-G900R4 US Cellular Galaxy S5
SM-G900W8 Canadian Galaxy S5
SM-G900M South America & Middle East Galaxy S5

Follow these steps:

Make sure your phone is charged 70% at least.
Back up all your phone data.

1. Plug in your phone via microUSB 3.0 or 2.0. If you have a 2.0 cable use it. Plug the USB end to the computer.

2. Download

3. Transfer to your sd card. Don't unzip it, transfer the zip file!

4. Enter your phone into "Download Mode". Power off your phone then press 
the volume down, home button and power button.

5. You should now see "Warning". Press the volume up button to continue. 

7. Unzip and run odin3 v1.85.exe as administrator.

8. You should see a yellow box in the left side of odin, if you don't then install the Samsung USB driver, reboot computer, and run odin. Then Uncheck "Auto Reboot" in odin.

9. Click on "PDA" and select "philz_touch_6.26.6-klte.tar.md5" then Click "Start".

10. Odin will show "PASS!" in green. Congrats you now have PhilZ Touch Recovery installed, but we still need to root our device (get SuperSU access). 

11. Now unplug your phone and enter into recovery mode. Press and hold the volume up, home button and power button all at the same time. Keeping holding for about 15 seconds. 

12. You should now see a pink/purple interface. Now select "Install Zip" then select "Choose zip from /sdcard".

13. Locate, select it, and choose "yes".

14. We're almost done! Select "+++++Go Back++++++", and tap on "Reboot System Now".

15. You should now have SuperSU installed and in your app drawer. Open up the app and select "Ok" when asked to disable KNOX. 

If you find Super SU or Super User app in your phone's app drawer that means that your phone is rooted!!


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