How to Root Samsung Galaxy Alpha (SM-G850)

How to Root Samsung Galaxy Alpha
Samsung Galaxy Alpha
Samsung Galaxy Alpha is a high quality Android smartphone from Samsung. This device has a sleek metallic construction with 4.7 inch Super AMOLED Capacitive Touchscreen display and sports a 1.8 GHz processor and the device runs on Android 4.4 (Android KitKat) OS. It also has 12 Megapixel camera for taking amazing HD pictures and videos.

If you have this Samsung Galaxy Alpha Smartphone and want to root it to gain root access for installing rooted apps or for installing custom ROMS firmware’s so that you can upgrade the Android version & customize your phone, you are in the right page! In this page, you can find information on how to root Samsung Galaxy Alpha (SM-G850) Smartphone.
You can check some of the tweaks & apps after rooting onto our youtube channel ELITEXTREMEZ.
Android Rooting will void phone's warranty. We are not responsible for any damage or data loss caused to your phone. Do it on your own risk.

Follow these steps:

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

1. First thing to do, before carrying on to the rooting process first check whether you have installed Samsung USB drivers on your computer. If the drivers are not installed, make sure you download and install them or else, your device won’t connect to the computer successfully.

2. You need to enable USB debugging mode on your Smartphone. For that you have to enable “Developer Options” by visiting Settings -> About phone -> Build number option (tap it on 7 times). Now, go back to the Developer options and then tick on USB debugging and Click Ok.

3. Download the Galaxy Alpha Root files to your computer. Once done, extract them into a folder.

4. Open the Odin.exe (which will be in the extracted folder) in your computer.

5. Switch off your device and boot it into download mode by pressing and holding Power button + Volume down button + Home button at the same time until your device enter into the download mode.

6. Connect your Galaxy Alpha Smartphone to the computer via original USB cable. Now, you have to click on the “AP”/”PDA” button in Odin and choose the CF-Auto-Root.tar file from the extracted folder. Once done, click on “Start” button to begin the rooting process.

7. Once the rooting process is finished, your smartphone will be rebooted. The process approximately takes around 3 minutes to complete.

8. Once your device is rebooted, you can disconnect it from the computer.

You have successfully done with the rooting process of your Galaxy Alpha device and if want to check whether your device is rooted or not, you can check it by installing “Root Checker” app on your Galaxy Alpha smartphone.


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