galaxy note 7 root supersu twrp

Root access is now possible on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Samsung’s latest masterpiece of engineering. It is a bigger variant of the Samsung Galaxy S7. It has the same camera sensor, a QHD Super AMOLED display, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 panel, IP68 certification, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow (expected to receive the 7.0 Nougat update soon), Snapdragon 820 or Exynos 8890, 3500 mAh battery and a new USB Type-C charging port.

A few days ago developers released TWRP, the popular custom recovery to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. TWRP is a custom recovery which lets you do things you normally can’t. And now that TWRP is available, you have the chance to install a custom recovery and also root the device using Chainfire’s SuperSU package.

Basically, Chainfire has been updating SuperSu to support newer devices for a long time, and it now supports the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as well. If you know how to flash a custom ROM or a zip file in general, then you probably know to install SuperSu as well. The process is very simple. Below you can find a detailed tutorial on how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 using TWRP with SuperSU.

How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 7 With SuperSU [TWRP]

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Tutorial

  1. Download SuperSU 2.77 zip file and move it from your computer to your phone’s internal or external memory.
  2. Turn the phone off. Press the power, home and volume up keys to go into recovery mode.
  3. Once inside TWRP, go to Install and choose SuperSU 2.77. Swipe to the right to flash the file.
  4. If necessary, flash the DM-Verify unlock package one more time (TWRP tutorial).

That is it. Reboot your phone and you are done. Once the phone boots up, go to the app drawer and look for a new app called SuperSu. Congrats! Your Galaxy Note 7 has TWRP and root access. This tutorial works on all Galaxy Note 7 variants (N930F and more) for as long as you have a custom recovery

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