Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is one of the most popular smartphones by Samsung. This article will tell you how to root Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime SM-G5309W.
Before We Root
Rooting is a safe process but you never know what would happen next. This is why you should always create a backup of your android device. Also create a backup of your contacts and text messages because you may lose all your data during the process. You can also make a backup of your apps and games using your Google account and you can restore the apps once the process is completed.
How to Root Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime SM-G5309W
Rooting Samsung Galaxy Prime SM-G530W is pretty much the same as SM-G530H. Just follow the steps below to root your samsung galaxy grand prime SM-G5309W easily.
Before rooting, make sure the you fulfill the following conditions:
- Charge your phone battery more than 50%
- Enable ‘USB Debugging’
- Download CF Root SM-G5309W in your PC
- Download and install Samsung drivers
- Download Odin v3.07 (You can use any version of Odin)
Once you have fulfilled the above conditions, you’re ready to proceed to rooting. Follow the steps below:
- Unzip the CF Auto Root folder in your PC that you downloaded above.
- After unzipping, you will see a file in the folder named “CF-Auto-Root-fortunaltectc-fortunaltectc-smg5309w.tar.md5”
- Unzip the Odin folder in your PC
- Right click on Odin icon and select ‘Run as administrator‘
- Now you need to run your phone in ‘Download Mode‘. (Turn off your phone > Remove the battery > Reinsert the batter > Press ‘volume down’ + ‘home’ + ‘power’ keys together for a little while until you see warning screen > Press ‘volume up’ button)
- Connect your phone with your PC
- As soon as you connect your phone with your PC, you will see ID:COM block turning blue. You’ll also get ‘added’ message when your phone is connected properly.
- Click on PDA button in Odin
- Choose the file ‘CF-Auto-Root-fortunaltectc-fortunaltectc-smg5309w.tar.md5’ and click open.
- Make sure that ONLY ‘Auto Reboot’ and ‘F. Reset Time’ options are tick marked.
- Click ‘start’
- Odin will flash this file for you in couple for minutes.
- Sit back and relax until your phone is rebooted.
- You will see ‘Pass’ message in Odin when the file is flashed successfully.
- Wait for your phone to reboot automatically.
Once your phone is rebooted, go to the menu and look for SuperUser app. If you have that app in your phone, it means that your phone has been rooted.
You can also check if your device is rooted by an app in Play Store, Root Checker.
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Q. My phone always reboots in the recovery mode.
- Restart your phone.
- It will start in recovery mode.
- Choose “wipe data/factory reset”
- Select ‘Yes’ with power button.
- Wait for your phone to reset cache.
- Now choose “wipe cache partition”
- Select ‘Yes’ with the power button.
- Wait for the cache to reset.
- Now choose “Reboot system now”.
That’s it 🙂