No matter whether the flatter Samsung Galaxy S6 or the curvy Galaxy S6 Edge+, they both include so many pre-loaded apps. If you want not only to disable the pre-loaded apps, but to remove them for good, then rooting your device is an optimum choice. As you may have already known, rooting is a process of getting administrative rights on your phone, which enables you to delete the pre-loaded apps from your device when the process is completed. Are you interested? Then let’s get started with the rooting journey.
At the very beginning, you need to get the Superuser icon in your app drawer. On top of it, there are a few things you would like to bear in mind:
1. Get the Samsung USB Drivers on your Windows PC and install it.
2. Navigate to Settings -> About device and note down the Model number.
3. Go to the AutoRoot homepage, find the model number and then “download” it.
4. After downloading the root package, put it on your desktop for the sake of convenience.
5. Extract the downloaded file on your desktop.
6. Locate the Odin exe package, right-click it and open it as administrator.
7. Back to your phone, head to Settings -> About device and keep tapping on Build Number until you are informed to be a developer.
8. Now that you have enabled them, navigate to Settings -> Developer Options and tick “USB debugging”.
9. Use USB cable to plug in your phone, which will install the proper drivers before going on. After it, unplug your device.
10. Power off your phone and turn it back on through holding down power, volume down, and home simultaneously until a blue screen shows up.
11. To continue, keep tapping Volume Up button.
12. Get your phone connected again via USB cable.
13. Go to the interface of Odin, tick AP and from inside the extracted AutoRoot folder click the .tar.md5 file.
14. Hit the “Start” button. Then your phone will reboot itself. After it, your home screen will be shown and the Superuser icon will appear in the app drawer if you make it.
15. If your Galaxy S6 Edge is T-Mobile version and you get stuck at the Samsung logo, hold down volume down, power, and home until it returns to Odin mode.
16. Browse the AutoRoot site again and get the G920T file (this file is for the regular Galaxy S6) and extract it to the desktop.
17. Run Odin, find AP and click on the .tar.md5 file from inside the latest extracted AutoRoot folder.
18. Press “Start” button. And then it is time to witness the miracle.
Hope this guide is helpful to you!