Downloads For Rooting Galaxy S5 SM-G900V (Verizon) On Marshmallow 6.0.1 Firmware

Download Pre-Rooted Marshmallow 6.0.1 For Galaxy S5 SM-G900V (Verizon)

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Quoting Jared:
I downloaded, extracted, installed, etc. Opened ODIN and got the Added message so I was optimistic. I had to extract the .zip from the download and recompress to .tar so ODIN could recognize the file type but I too get the Fail from ODIN after clicking on start. While still in download mode on the phone it says Unsupport dev type, if thats any help? I've used ODIN plenty but its come a long way, my first root was Samsung Vibrant if anyone remembers that phone. Agh damn security patches and updates keep ruining all the hard work these awesome people have put into making our phones more user friendly....isn't that the manufacturer's ultimate goal????!!! =/ Please let me know when you figure out a fix!!

The latest security update is doing the trick. We will update the thread once we have a solution.
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I downloaded, extracted, installed, etc. Opened ODIN and got the Added message so I was optimistic. I had to extract the .zip from the download and recompress to .tar so ODIN could recognize the file type but I too get the Fail from ODIN after clicking on start. While still in download mode on the phone it says Unsupport dev type, if thats any help? I've used ODIN plenty but its come a long way, my first root was Samsung Vibrant if anyone remembers that phone. Agh damn security patches and updates keep ruining all the hard work these awesome people have put into making our phones more user friendly....isn 't that the manufacturer's ultimate goal????!!! =/ Please let me know when you figure out a fix!!
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Ok Thanks. Looks like my phone's bootloader can't be unlocked because it is a toshiba chip set. Oh well, I will stick with what I have for now.

Thanks
You are welcome. But you can unlock the bootloader. Please search "how to unlock verizon galaxy s5 bootloader" in google and open the first link from xda developers and you are good to go.
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Quoting Thomas:
Quoting Kevin Kohn:
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Is your phone's bootloader unlocked and rooted?


It is a Verizon Galaxy S5
I just got it via an insurance trade it. It is refurbished, but is all stock install
IT has android version - 6.0.1
kernel 3.4.0

Appreciate any help. Really want to either root and install new rom, or at least get rid of all the bloat crap on there using up the internal memory

Thanks for the help

So first you need to unlock your bootloader, unfortunately we don't have a solution for that right now. But you can search Google. After that you can root your phone using kingroot or any such app.
Ok Thanks. Looks like my phone's bootloader can't be unlocked because it is a toshiba chip set. Oh well, I will stick with what I have for now.

Thanks
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Quoting Kevin Kohn:
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Is your phone's bootloader unlocked and rooted?


It is a Verizon Galaxy S5
I just got it via an insurance trade it. It is refurbished, but is all stock install
IT has android version - 6.0.1
kernel 3.4.0

Appreciate any help. Really want to either root and install new rom, or at least get rid of all the bloat crap on there using up the internal memory

Thanks for the help
So first you need to unlock your bootloader, unfortunately we don't have a solution for that right now. But you can search Google. After that you can root your phone using kingroot or any such app.
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Quote:

Is your phone's bootloader unlocked and rooted?
It is a Verizon Galaxy S5
I just got it via an insurance trade it. It is refurbished, but is all stock install
IT has android version - 6.0.1
kernel 3.4.0

Appreciate any help. Really want to either root and install new rom, or at least get rid of all the bloat crap on there using up the internal memory

Thanks for the help
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Quoting Kevin Kohn:
Hello, I have tried this method, on two computers.

In both cases when ODIN starts the File analysis, after pressing Start the program crashes.
Not sure what to do?

When I downloaded the file it was in zip format, which ODIN didn't see, so using 7Zip I uncompressed then recompressed in .tar format.

Is this the right way to do it?

I never had problem rooting my other phones, but this one is a doozy. I do have a CID which starts with 11 if that makes any difference?

Thanks

Kevin

Is your phone's bootloader unlocked and rooted?
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Hello, I have tried this method, on two computers.

In both cases when ODIN starts the File analysis, after pressing Start the program crashes.
Not sure what to do?

When I downloaded the file it was in zip format, which ODIN didn't see, so using 7Zip I uncompressed then recompressed in .tar format.

Is this the right way to do it?

I never had problem rooting my other phones, but this one is a doozy. I do have a CID which starts with 11 if that makes any difference?

Thanks

Kevin
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Quoting Diego Henrique:
Will i loose my content? It will upgrade my system or install a new one?

It's better to take a complete phone backup. Yes it will install a new firmware which is Marshmallow 6.0.1.
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Will i loose my content? It will upgrade my system or install a new one?

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