How to root AT&T Galaxy Alpha SM-G850A on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop

If you are an owner of AT&T Galaxy Alpha SM-G850A then we have great news for you. Now you can root your AT&T Galaxy Alpha SM-G850A on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop firmware, the root process took too long to reach this device and users were eagerly waiting for it arrive and finally it’s here. Why root process is so demanding? The answer is well known by the tech geeks because they know that a rooted device is eligible for bootloader unlock and after bootloader unlock they can perform a variety of functions with their device. The most common one’s are installing custom ROMs, flashing mods, downgrading firmware and much more. So the most important and the most basic operation to access the real freedom with an Android device is rooting.

Well Credit goes to the developers at Kingroot, the application is now capable of rooting AT&T Galaxy Alpha SM-G850A easily on any firmware. But it is advised that rooting voids warranty if you think you want to keep the warranty intact then this process is not for you and if you know the risks involved in the process then you are good are go. Please Note that the admin at Droidvendor.com is not responsible for any damage to your device but this doesn’t mean you are going to damage your device anyway.

How to root AT&T Galaxy Alpha SM-G850A on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop

First visit the downloads section below and download the two APK files from the link.

Download Kingroot 4.81 APK

Download SuperSume APK

1. Install both applications as normal APK on your device. Keep in mind you must enable the “Unknown Sources” in Settings >> Security, to ensure the installation of third party APKs.

2. Install the Kingroot application and follow the onscreen instructions.

3. Now open the Kingroot app and tap on Root, your device will reboot itself and the process will continue until it gets completed.

4. Once the process is completed you will see the success notification. Now you need to open the SuperSume app and click the green button to replace the Kingroot app from your device.

That’s it! Hope all the rooting process remained smooth, if you are facing any issues with the root process of AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A please give us your feedback.