[CENTRAL] CF-Auto-Root

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powerlukino

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Hi that's my firmware:

CSC G900FAUT1CPI1
PDA G900FXXS1CQD9

It's the rooting process with chainfire available and possibile?

After that I don't have to do factory reset and lloose my sms and program, right? thank you

Luca
 

Manok98

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Hi that's my firmware:

CSC G900FAUT1CPI1
PDA G900FXXS1CQD9

It's the rooting process with chainfire available and possibile?

After that I don't have to do factory reset and lloose my sms and program, right? thank you

Luca

Ciao Luca! ;)
Look if for your S5 LTE is aviable cf auto root. Not that the version of the os MUST BE the same that you have (ex. Flash cf auto root for 5.1.1 8r9 you have lollipop 5.1.1, don't flash it if you have marshmallow 6.0.1, but find the one for marshmallow).
Anyway I confirm you that is not necessary di a factory reset after root, but is suggested to do a backup to avoid problems... REMEBER THAT FLASHING ROOT YOU WILL TRIP KNOX AND LOSE WARRANTY, and this can't be undone!
Don't forget to hit thanks if this message was helpful for you! Good luck with rooting process!:good:
 

powerlukino

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Ciao Luca! ;)
Look if for your S5 LTE is aviable cf auto root. Not that the version of the os MUST BE the same that you have (ex. Flash cf auto root for 5.1.1 8r9 you have lollipop 5.1.1, don't flash it if you have marshmallow 6.0.1, but find the one for marshmallow).
Anyway I confirm you that is not necessary di a factory reset after root, but is suggested to do a backup to avoid problems... REMEBER THAT FLASHING ROOT YOU WILL TRIP KNOX AND LOSE WARRANTY, and this can't be undone!
Don't forget to hit thanks if this message was helpful for you! Good luck with rooting process!:good:

I found this:

samsung SM-G900F kltexx klte MSM8974 msm8974 MMB29M.G900FXXU1CQG1 6.0.1 31 812 184 Download 135df3d66af73b5d7ad3d3e0b7fe9ba4 2 705 810

and this:

samsung SM-G900F kltezh klte MSM8974 msm8974 MMB29M.G900FZHU1CPH3 6.0.1 30 637 417 Download 568813d3a108c491c44b77a5c194834a 42 227

which one I should use`?

I read on the site of cf auto root, that sentence:

UNLOCK BOOTLOADERS
If you have locked bootloaders, flashing one of these will probably brick your device.

How to know if I have locked bootloaders?
 
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pocholo36

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Google Pixel 6
Anyone know if this is rootable? It's a Rand Mcnally tablet with GPS.

I'm gonna bump this from the future, with an updated screenshot from a new model.

http://www.randmcnally.com/product/tnd-tablet
It supposedly has a custom proprietary build Rand McNally uses.
I've tried kingroot/kingoroot, towelroot, and googled my life away trying to root this GPS/tablet.

It has a built in recovery of which I will also post a screen. The "reboot to bootloader" option simply hangs on the boot screen.

Can anyone help? The rooting of these devices would open up a world of possibilities.
 

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1stStep

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite support ?

Hi Mr Chainfire
I repaired this Note 3 Lite that I'll keep for me (Note here, Lite is not "LTE" nor "Neo", that's really what shows up on boot). This is a SM-N7505 sold in France with Exynos universal5260 and updated OTA to the latest LP 5.1.1.
Mine being a never-rooted/flashed Version number LMY47X.N7505POSDPL1 (android security 2016-jun-01, base band N7505XXUDOK4, Kernel 3.4.39-5905507 from mon Dec 12 2016) I'm not sure I can use your https://download.chainfire.eu/399/CF-Root/CF-Auto-Root/CF-Auto-Root-hllte-hlltexx-smn7505.zip auto root as is.
Please tell me should I do some effort to supply you the recovery.img as asked in your first post ?

Thank you for your huge job man.
 
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tronghieu

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s7 edge 935U G935UUES4BQG1 execute root
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tronghieu

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Are you saying you have a 935U but odined a 9350 c.f. file...just checking...

my machine G935U android 7.0 , dow : CF-Auto-Root-hero2qlteue-hero2qlteue-smg935u ,flash with odin attached, reported as images...
 

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ashyx

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my machine G935U android 7.0 , dow : CF-Auto-Root-hero2qlteue-hero2qlteue-smg935u ,flash with odin attached, reported as images...
Nope, as said that's not what you've flashed. You downloaded and flashed the sm-g9350 hero2qltezh Chinese version further down.
 

cpdan

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Hi Chainfire!
Hi guys!
Will be there any chance to CF-Auto-Root the Xcover4 G390FXXU1AQFA ?
The latest for xcover4ltexx does not work on mine, because of a complete self factory reset after reboot.
Greetings
Henry
 

carlo67

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CF-Auto-Root work with T825 and sm-t825y ?

hi
I got the international T825 and sm-t825y

I would like to know if the does CF-Auto-Root work with T825 and sm-t825y ?
 

HACK3DANDR0ID

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The full list of all supported devices is always available and always current at the CF-Auto-Root homepage.

Most supported devices have their own threads here on XDA, you can find the thread for your device in the device listing on the CF-Auto-Root homepage as well.

I will not be maintaining a secondary list in this post, as it would be double work.

I attempted CF on 2 devices, J327t and J727t. Both came up as secure check fail (recovery)

*Edit*
Secure Check Fail (RECOVERY) showed up on phone after flash on both devices....
 
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    CF-Auto-Root is the root for "rooting beginners" and those who want to keep as close to stock as possible. CF-Root is meant to be used in combination with stock Samsung firmwares, and be the quickest and easiest way for your first root. In essence, it does nothing but install and enable SuperSU on your system, so apps can gain root access.

    This thread serves as a central discussion and request thread for CF-Auto-Root. If you have questions about a specific CF-Auto-Root binary for a specific device, please go the relevant thread listed on the CF-Auto-Root homepage.

    Donate
    CF-Root and CF-Auto-Root have been available for many devices (over 50 different models !) and have clocked over 9 million downloads. This is not even counting custom ROMs that include CF-Root (non-Auto) kernels. Don't be a leech, buy me a beer (and use the "Thanks" button!). Imagine if every user had donated me $1...

    What's installed
    - SuperSU binary and APK
    - Stock recovery (note that any other recovery you may have installed will be overwritten !)

    What's the difference between CF-Auto-Root and CF-Root, and/or other root solutions ?
    CF-Root (non-Auto) are manually built rooted kernels and/or flashables that usually provide more than "just root". CF-Auto-Root is built on an automated system that I am constantly improving that takes a stock recovery image and returns an automated rooting packages. These packages are designed to install and enable SuperSU on your device, so apps can gain root access, and nothing more.

    The difference with many other rooting solutions is that those will often install a custom recovery for you (I am personally moving away from custom kernels and recoveries, for various reasons), while with CF-Auto-Root you will end up with a stock recovery again.

    Not included - custom recovery
    A custom recovery like CWM or TWRP is not included.

    Not included - Triangle Away
    Triangle Away can be used to reset the flash counter after installing CF-Root. The flash counter keeps track of how many custom firmwares you have flashed, as this voids warranty. (No idea what this about ? Read up on it, you will want to use this !)

    Not included - adbd Insecure
    As this CF-Root does not include a custom kernel, adb shell does not have root access by default (you can still get it by typing su inside the shell), nor is adb remount supported, nor will adb push and adb pull work on system files. adbd Insecure can be used to remedy this situation. (No idea what this is about ? Don't worry about it !)

    CF-Auto-Root homepage
    http://autoroot.chainfire.eu/
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    Requirements and requests

    The the CF-Auto-Root project currently supports the following base boards:

    - Samsung Exynos4
    - Texas Instruments Omap4
    - Qualcomm MSM8660

    Other boards will probably be added soon. Currently only Samsung devices are supported, but I'm looking to expand into other devices soon as well.

    To be able to make CF-Auto-Root for a device:

    - The device needs to have (and use) separate kernel and recovery partitions
    - The kernel and recovery format must be the boot.img standard (no zImage support)
    - I need the recovery.img file, so post it in this thread if you need support for a new device :)
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    Devices and threads

    The full list of all supported devices is always available and always current at the CF-Auto-Root homepage.

    Most supported devices have their own threads here on XDA, you can find the thread for your device in the device listing on the CF-Auto-Root homepage as well.

    I will not be maintaining a secondary list in this post, as it would be double work.
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    First of all, wasn't sure if it was allowed to post on this thread (it's odd, 4 days old and no post), as I've seen nothing saying I shouldn't, here I go.

    Newbie question here:

    1) Is it possible to flash CWM Recovery with this root?
    2) I'm willing to flash it, should I then just root using CF-Root(non-auto) as it already comes with CWM?
    3) The version of CWM on CF-Root (non-auto) is already outdated, would it be a problem if I just flashed the new version over it with ODIN (download it from clockworkmod.com/rommanager and flash)?


    I ask this because I want to keep my phone as stock as possible, but want to be able to perform a Nandroid backup and flash some ZIPs (if there's a way to perferm/restore Nandroid backups and flash ZIPs w/o CWM please tell me how :) )

    This thread is pretty much quiet because most of the supported devices have their own threads ;)

    (1) Root is a separate thing from CWM. CF-Auto-Root does not include CWM, but if your device has a CWM build you can certainly flash it. The "ROM Manager" app will be able to install it if your device has an "officially" supported CWM build from Koush himself.
    (2) If a CF-Root (non-auto) is available then it's probably outdated. I do not maintain any CWM builds anymore, but others do for most devices, so you should be able to find one.
    (3) You can do that no problem.

    I use Mobile ODIN for flashing ZIPs, but it does not do backup/restores (yet *wink*). For my other backup needs, I use Titanium Backup.

    But to each their own. Some people prefer CWM, some people prefer TWRP, some people like me prefer stock so we can keep the counters at 0/official, etc. CF-Auto-Root keeps all our options open. It doesn't prevent you from anything, though it does also not include anything like that.