Samsung Galaxy S7 Root | How to Backup & Root Galaxy S7

Talking about Samsung Galaxy S7 Root, you are removing all of the limits which are placed on your device by the Android system. Believe it or not, the Android operating system is very limiting (as is the iOS operating system) and unless you root your device, there’s no way for you to remove these limits. Our focus today will be to show you not only how to root Galaxy S7 Edge, but also how to take a backup of your device’s data as well.

Part 1. Preparing to Root Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge

Before we jump right into the main methods which you need to know for the Samsung Galaxy S7 root, there are a few different things which you must do before to root Galaxy S7.

  • Charge Your Phone. If your device has a low battery and you don’t plug it in for charging before rooting it, then it may run out of battery during the rooting process which may result in your device being temporarily unusable as well as corrupted data.
  • Enable USB Debugging Mode. If you don’t enable USB Debugging Mode, then the process may not be fulfilled properly. To do this, open the “Settings” application, scroll down to the “System” sub-heading, and tap on the “About Phone” option. From here, tap on “Build number” 7 times before returning to the main “Settings” application and tapping on the “Developer options” menu. From here, check the “USB debugging” option to enable it.
  • Installing Android Drivers. When you connect your Android device to your computer for the first time, the device should be installed with drivers. To speed up the process, connect your Android device before you root it so that the drivers are installed.
  • Backup Data. This is by far the most important thing to do before rooting your device. Rooting a device is a difficult and complex process, so it’s only natural that it isn’t a flawless one. Because of the complexity, one of the most common occurrences when rooting a device is data corruption, and if you take a data backup, you can prevent yourself from losing some valuable data.

After you’ve done each of these things, you’re ready to proceed to the main methods for Samsung Galaxy S7 Root.

Part 2. Using dr.fone to Backup Samsung Galaxy S7

As we mentioned above, it’s important that you take a data backup of your Android device before you root Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge. Fortunately, dr.fone – Android Backup & Restore allows you to take backups and also restore backups, as well as being able to root your device too.

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Step #1 – Start off this method by launching dr.fone on your computer and computer and connecting the Android device that you will be rooting.

Step #2 – The main menu which is shown will present you with all of the main features that dr.fone has to offer. For this method, go ahead and click on “Backup & Restore“.

Step #3 – On the following page, you will be able to select the different types of data that you want to have backed up. Because this backup is a precaution in case the rooting process causes corruption, check the “Select All” option at the top of the program.

Step #4 – Click “Backup” at the bottom of the program to begin the backup process.

Step #5 – Once the backup begins, you will be able to track the progress using the screen which is shown. After the backup has been taken, you can see all of the data which has been backed up by clicking on the “View the Backup” button at the bottom of the screen.

Whatever tools that you require to root Galaxy S7 Edge, dr.fone can provide you with everything that you need. Backing up your device, rooting it, and lastly restoring the backup if needed. dr.fone can do it all.

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Part 3. Using dr.fone for Samsung Galaxy S7 Root

Now that you’ve taken a data backup and have prepared your Android device, it’s time to get into the main process and root Galaxy S7 or root Galaxy S7 Edge.

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Step #1 – Go ahead and open up dr.fone – Android Root and connect the Android device that you want to Samsung Galaxy S7 root using a USB cable.

Step #2 – On the main menu of dr.fone – Android Root, you will be able to see all of the features which the program has to offer. For this method, click on the “Root Now” button.

Step #3 – If you didn’t connect your Android device at the beginning of the process then go ahead and do so now. dr.fone – Root will then begin to recognize your device.

Step #4 – You will then be shown some basic information about the rooting process and when you’re ready to begin, click “Root Now” followed by clicking on the “Confirm” button.

Step #5 – After a few minutes, your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge will be rooted, and all of the limits will now be removed. You can now enjoy a rooted Android device.

If you’ve ever rooted your device manually before then, you’ll understand that using dr.fone makes everything a lot easier. Android rooting doesn’t have to be difficult and dr.fone – Android Root proves this.

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Part 4. Using dr.fone to Restore Samsung Galaxy S7 Backup

If there is an issue with rooting your device and some of your personal data is corrupted, you can use the backup which you originally took to restore your data.

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Step #1 – First, launch dr.fone – Android Backup & Restore for Android and connect your Samsung S7 to the computer using the appropriate USB cable.

Step #2 – Next, using the main menu, click on the feature “Backup & Restore” followed by selecting “Restore“.

Step #3 – You will now be shown all of the backups which you’ve taken using dr.fone. Click on the backup that you took before you rooted the device, and click on “Restore” at the bottom-right to proceed.

Step #4 – On the next page, you will be shown all of the files which are stored inside of the selected backup. This allows you to selectively restore the backup.

Step #5 – Either check all of the boxes next to the categories or go through each category and select all of the data which you want to have restored.

Step #6 – After you’ve selected the data that you want to restore to the Android device, click on “Restore“.

Step #7 – The following screen will let you track the data restore process, and once it is complete, you will have successfully rooted your device and restored the corrupted data.

Data corruption is a common issue when you root S7 Edge so if it’s an issue which you run into, don’t worry about it! With the help of dr.fone – Android Data Backup & Restore, you can easily sort the issue out and enjoy your rooted device.

To Conclude

Rooting an Android device used to be an incredibly difficult process up until the release of dr.fone – Android Root and now that you can use dr.fone, you can easily root Galaxy S7 in just a matter of minutes. On top of that, if the rooting process is unsuccessful then you can use the dr.fone – Android Backup & Restore to take a data backup and even restore the data if need be. All in all, dr.fone is a must have tool for all Android device users.

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