How to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Smartphone

Check here to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F/ SM-G920T using Odin software.

Samsung Galaxy S6 is the latest flagship smartphone launched by Samsung at MWC 2015 along with Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Both the devices are packed with latest technologies and thus makes the customers to purchase the device. People recently asked for Samsung Galaxy S6 rooting tutorials and we are here with the procedure.


The Samsung Galaxy S6 can be easily rooted with Odin software. Currently the procedure is available only for Galaxy S6 SM-G920F/ SM-G920T models. So check below pre-requisites and then follow the easy tutorial to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Android 5.0.2 Lollipop smartphones.

Quick Pre-requisites:

  • Download and Install Samsung USB Drivers on your computer.
  • Charge the device to at least 80% to avoid power-off in between the rooting procedure.
  • Enable USB Debugging option on Samsung Galaxy S6.
  • Take backup of your device data to avoid data lost.

Disclaimer: Gadgets Academy is not responsible for any damage occurs to your Galaxy S6 during or after the rooting process. Proceed at your own risk.  

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F/ SM-G920T using Odin:

Step 1: Download Galaxy S6 SM-G920F/ SM-G920T root files and extract on your computer.

Step 2: Switch off the device and enter into download mode. Press and hold Volume Down, Home and Power button at the same time until you see any Warning Yellow Triangle Sign. After that Press the Volume Up key to Continue.

Step 3: Install the Odin3-v3.07.exe file on your computer and run as administration.

Step 4: Connect your Samsung Galaxy S6 to computer and wait till the device is recognized by Odin software.

Step 5: As soon the device is detected, an “Added” message is shown at the lower-left panel of Odin software.

Step 6: Now follow the quick Odin flash guide to complete the rooting process.

Step 7: After flashing disconnect your device and reboot it.

Step 8: Open App Drawer and locate for Super SU app. If the app exist, then the smartphone has been successfully rooted. You can also download and install Root Checker app for root permissions.

That’s the simple guide on How to Root Samsung Galaxy S6. Any queries regarding tutorial, do let us know as we are always there to help you out.