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How To : Root Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (Exynos Only)

How To : Root Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (Exynos Only)

Got your hands on a brand spanking new Samsung Galaxy S9+, and want to root it. Need not worry, we got you covered. In this tutorial we will tell you how to root Samsung Galaxy S9+. Do note, you are doing this at your own risk and we are not responsible for any bricked devices.

Root Galaxy S9+

How To : Root Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (Exynos Only)

Warning

This will void your warranty, and we are not responsible for any bricked devices. If you follow the guide word by word you will be able to root Galaxy S9+ easily.

Below are the models numbers on which this process is applicable, to find the model number of your device go to Settings> About device.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus Models

SM-G965F
SM-G965FD
SM-G965N

Pre-Requisites

Download latest SuperSU SR3 zip file & RMM State Fix zip file. Place both zip files in internal memory of Galaxy S9+.

Make sure you already have TWRP recovery installed on your Galaxy S9+. If you do not have TWRP recovery installed on your Galaxy S9+ click the link below.

How To Install Galaxy S9 Plus TWRP Recovery

How To : Root Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus (Exynos Only)

Step 1 – Boot into TWRP

Power off your Samsung Galaxy S9+. Press and hold the Volume Up + Bixby + Power buttons at the same time. Keep the three keys pressed until you get into TWRP Recovery.

Step 2 – Root Using SuperSU

Once in TWRP click on Install, then select SuperSU zip file downloaded in pre-requisites, and swipe to confirm flashing zip file.

HTC U11 TWRP

 

Step 3 – Flash RMM State Fix

Once you have flashed SuperSU Zip file, flash RMM State Fix zip file downloaded in pre-requisites section.

Step 4 – Reboot into Android

Click on back, then on Reboot and then on System and you will boot into Android.

How to : Check Galaxy S9 Plus Root

In case you want to check if your Samsung Galaxy S9+ is rooted or not, download Root Checker app, open it and click on Verify Root. If you are rooted you will get an appropriate message.

RootChecker

 

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