You need to root your device for installing Android rooted apps or to install custom ROM firmware’s, then you are in the right place. Here I have given a full working tutorial to root your Samsung Galaxy Nexus Smartphone. This tutorial will help you to root your Samsung device easily.
Guidelines to root Samsung Galaxy Nexus:
- To begin, switch off your device and then enter into the Fastboot Mode. To do that, press and hold the Volume Down, Volume Up and Power Button at the same time.
- Next, you have to download and extract Root package on your computer. Then, open Odin3 file from the extracted folder. Once done, connect your smartphone to the computer in the FastBoot Mode.
- When your device is connected to the computer, Odin will automatically recognize your device and it shows “Added” message at the lower-left panel. Now in the Odin window, click on the PDA button and Select the CF-Auto-Root.tar file that you got after extracting the root package.
- Now, click on the “Start” button in Odin to start the Flashing process. When the flashing process is completed, your smartphone will automatically restart. Now, Odin will display a green colored pass message to indicate the process is completed.
- That’s it. Now your Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphone has been successfully rooted. If you want to confirm your device is rooted or not, then open your device App’s menu and look for new application called “SuperSU”. If it shows up, your Samsung Galaxy Nexus device is successfully rooted. Alternatively, you can use the “Root Checker” app to confirm the rooting privileges of your device.
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