It is possible to Root Galaxy S6/S6 Edge
With Samsung’s in-house Exynos processor and Knox protection, rooting s6 is not that easy at the beginning. Though, it’s been possible to root Samsung S6 and galaxy s6 edge since they are available a month ago. The first method to root Samsung S6 would trip Samsung’s flash counter and let’s the technicians check if the phone has been modified. In the other words, your warranty would be voided. Fortunately, Pingpong Root will let you root Samsung galaxy S6 and galaxy S6 edge without tripping KNOX.
About Pingpong Root
PingPong Root is developed by a XDA Member idler1984 who are working at a professional Chinese team named Keen Team. The new method to root Samsung s6/S6 edge doesn’t require Odin to flash a custom recovery and will not trip KNOX warranty bit. This tool is in the initial beta phase, but supports a broad variety of ROM variants. According to the XDA thread, they have 50+ ROM versions supported. The process is fairly straightforward, requiring you to download a single app and click a button in it, following which, the tool proceeds to complete the process automatically.
Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge
1. Uninstall Kinguser(optional). If you have Kinguser installed before, open it and navigate to “Settings” -> “Root authorization setting” -> “Remove Root permission”. Click to remove root permission and unintall Kinguser.
2. Download PingPong root<ver>.apk on XDA thread. Install & open it.
3. It will automatically install SuperSU 2.46 for you. Follow the wizard on screen.
4. Once the installation finished, click “Open" and run it once to "activate" it. It will prompt an error message (unless you already rooted) and exit automatically, bring you back to PingPong root.
5. Tap "Download Data" button to update device data if you have wi-fi connection.
6. Open it and click "Get Root!" button
7. You will get the prompted messages app permissions, allow them and continue. If it reboots, just retry.
8. Once finished, reboot your Samsung S6/S6 edge.
1.Backup anything you are worried about losing before rooting your S6/S6 edge.
2.Disable the secure features: Samsung KNOX and Samsung Pay.
3.If it cannot support your ROM, you can follow the XAD thread to wait the newest version.
4.You can uninstall PingPong root app once the rooting process finished.
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