Finally Android 7.0 Nougat on Galaxy A3 SM-A320F can now be rooted via CF-Auto-root and Odin. Thanks to developers at Chainfire for delivering their popular root package that let’s you easily root your device on any firmware. Now we are about to discuss the detailed root process to root Galaxy A3 SM-A320F on Android 7.0 Nougat via CF-Auto-Root and Odin.
Note: Galaxy A3 SM-A320F can be easily rooted via Chainfire’s Auto root package, rooting your device requires flashing the CF-Auto root package via Odin so the process is almost same for every Samsung device. We don’t need to change it for every device, we have already followed the same process for other Galaxy devices as well.
Process to root Galaxy A3 SM-A320F on Nougat Android 7.0 via Odin
Disclaimer: Follow the guide on your own risk, the writer would not be responsible if you damage your device during the process nor we are forcing you to perform the flashing process. Don’t proceed if you think you can’t follow the instructions carefully.
Before you begin:
Your device must be charged minimum 60% to avoid shut down during process.
You will lose the warranty once your device gets root access.
Back up important data including contacts, messages, WhatsApp conversation and even call logs. Click here to see how to create a Nandroid backup.
Enable USB Debugging. Go to Settings > Developer options > USB Debugging
Download and install the latest USB drivers for Samsung on PC. Click here
Download latest Odin 3.12.3. Click here
Download and extract CF-Auto-root for Galaxy A3 SM-A320F: Click here
Process to root Nougat on Galaxy A3 SM-A320F via Odin
Turn off your phone completely.
Now reboot your device into Download Mode, to do so follow this guide.
Once in download Mode, follow this guide to flash the CF-Auto-root package via Odin.
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That’s all! If you have successfully rooted your Galaxy A3 SM-A320F on Android 7.0 Nougat firmware, give us your feedback and stay tuned for more updates.