How to Root Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)

Important! By installing the root on Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) you acknowledge that you do this at your own risk.

You acknowledge that your actions may lead to you:

  • bricking” your device;
  • disrupting the OC’s function;
  • losing warranty and OTA updates;
  • increasing the vulnerability of your device;
  • losing the ability to use banking services and wireless payment systems.

If you acknowledge this, then the programs that will help you get root access for the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) smartphone are at your service.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) via Apps

First, let's look at some easy ways to enable root permissions through special applications. If they didn’t work, read on and try the instructions for methods including PC software and Custom Recovery.

KingRoot

  1. Download the application from the official website and install it on your device.
  2. Open KingRoot and wait until it gathers all the necessary information about the device.
  3. Click “TRY TO ROOT”.
  4. If you see the option to free up your device from junk, the process went successfully. Reboot the device to make sure.

Framaroot

  1. Download the software from the developer's webpage and install it.
  2. Run the app and select one of the applications for managing root access: Superuser or SuperSU (the second one is easier to work with).
  3. Choose the exploit to hack the system.
  4. You will be greeted by an emoticon after successful installation.

Baidu Root

  1. Download Baidu Root, install it.
  2. Click “Get Root Access”.
  3. The app will inform you if the procedure was successful.

We recommend using SuperSU for convenient root access control, a tried-and-true and simple tool.

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Other ways to enable superuser rights for Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018)

Use these instructions if Custom Recovery or other methods have not yielded the desired results.

VRoot (for PC)

  1. Download and install the software to your PC.
  2. Disable your antivirus program and connect your device to the PC.
  3. Click “ROOT” after your device has been identified.
  4. The phone will reboot, after which you’re free to disconnect it from the PC.

Magisk (For Custom Recovery)

The best way for devices with unlocked bootloader and Custom Recovery.

  1. Download the Magisk archive from and the Magisk Manager application.
  2. Enter Recovery and wipe “cache” and “dalvik-cache”.
  3. Install the Magisk .zip archive.
  4. Wipe “cache” and “dalvik-cache” once again..
  5. Boot the system.
  6. Install Magisk Manager and open it.

To make sure that everything was set up properly, install the Root Checker application from the Play Market, open it and run a check for superuser rights on your device.

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