How to Root Qualcomm Galaxy S7/S7 Edge! [AT&T/T-Mobile/Sprint/Verizon]

For those of you who want to root your AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge with Snapdragon, we finally have ROOT!

This root method WILL ERASE EVERYTHING ON YOUR PHONE, please use SmartSwitch to backup all of your stuff and also you can use Helium Backup app to backup all your apps/app data without root.

This root method is only recommended for advanced users.  If you have no prior root experience, we suggest you to wait a bit more until more stable root method is available!


This root method does not void warranty nor set off KNOX, you can still use Samsung Pay later down the road if you unroot.

This will work on the following Galaxy S7 models:

  • AT&T Galaxy S7 SM-G930A
  • T-Mobile Galaxy S7 SM-G930T
  • Sprint Galaxy S7 SM-G930P
  • Verizon Galaxy S7 SM-G930V

and also on the following Galaxy S7 Edge models:

  • AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935A
  • T-Mobile Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935T
  • Sprint Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935S
  • Verizon Galaxy S7 Edge SM-G935V

This root method will also work on any other Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.

You will need the following files, please download them all:

Step 1. Before we begin, make sure you have Android version 6.0.1, this root method has only been tested for that version.

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12 Responses

  1. Jose says:

    Where’s the rest of the instructions?

  2. George says:

    Missing the rest of the instructions. Only guide that used to work on my phone :/

  3. Mike says:

    Can we get the rest of the instructions please? Thanks

  4. D says:

    The Guide stops after “Step 1. Before we begin, make sure you have Android version 6.0.1, this root method has only been tested for that version.” The rest would be helpful.

  5. Eliot says:

    This is confusing. The T-Mobile support says The S7 Edge boot loader is locked. I just left T-Mobile chat, went there to find out what processor I have, and they said it has not been unlocked yet and to contact Samsung. So, can my S7 Edge with a Snapdragon processor be rooted or not. If so, the rest of the instructions would help.

  6. ShadowDarknes9 says:

    The instructions are not here, please repost the instructions please.

  7. Phillip says:

    They want you to wait for a more stable root if you one of the beginners who don’t want to have your phone become a paperweight.

  8. chad d says:

    the web site crashed lost a bunch of tutorials . this is one of them.

  9. Sam says:

    Has anyone tried this with Android 7.0 on a Sprint Galaxy S7?

  10. Trần Quang Tuyên says:


  11. Martin says:

    Galaxy S7, with Android 8. I don’t know if I trying this will work or revert the system to an older version. Any ideas?

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