The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is one of the most popular devices for users who cannot afford top of the line Android phones but still want a decent device that is fast and can accomplish every task. The Galaxy Grand Prime was introduced by Samsung on October 2014 and it features a qHD display with resolution of 540 x 960 pixels, Snapdragon 410 chipset with Adreno 306 GPU, Android 4.4.4 KitKat, 1 GB RAM, 8 MP main camera and 5 MP front-facing camera, optional dual-SIM variant, all backed up by a 2600 mAh battery.
Since the demand for this device has been so huge, recognized developer Chainfire has released CF-Auto-Root for all Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime variants, including:
With root access and SuperSU, you can do many things with your Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime that you cannot do without root. Follow the detailed below to root your Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime.
How To Root Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime
To root your phone, you will need to install Samsung USB drivers. Also, go to Settings > About Phone > Developer Options and enable USB Debugging. Two last things you need are Odin flashing tool and CF-Auto-Root file for your phone version.
- Download Odin zip file and extract it. You will get Odin3_3.09.exe file.
- Extract the CF-Auto-Root zip file to get a tar.md5 file (CF-Auto-Root-fortunalte-fortunaltedx-smg530f.tar.md5).
- Take your phone and turn it off. Press the volume down + home + power buttons at the same time to boot into download mode.
- Connect your phone to your PC.
- Launch Odin and click the AP button.
- Navigate to the folder where the tar.md5 file is located and choose it.
- Press start.
CF-Auto-Root will begin rooting you phone. Once the process if finished, reboot your phone. Root access will be granted and SuperSU app will be installed.