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How To Root Galaxy J8 SM-J810G On Oreo 8.0 Using CF Autoroot Method?

The Samsung Galaxy J8 SM-J810G is a wondeful phone with mighty specs at a budget price. It is stock installed with Android 8.0 Oreo.

So as you expected this tutorial will guide to root the same using the CF Autoroot method. Before proceeding further to the rooting steps let me give you a brief idea about this wonderful phone.

The Galaxy J8 SM-J810G comes with 6.0 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, 4 GB RAM, 16 MP Camera, Octa core processor etc. It also has a fingerprint sensor which enhances the overall security of the phone.

Further if you would like to have a look at the Galaxy J8 secret codes please find it below;

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Please note that this method is compatible only on Galaxy J8 SM-J810G running on Android 8.0 Oreo firmware.

If you were looking for Galaxy J8 other variants then please click the below link;

Please note that you need to take a backup of your complete files on your phone memory, just a precaution for worst case scenario. Also please keep in mind that the rooting will void your warranty. SamsungSFour.com is not liable for any damage caused as a result of this tutorial.

CF Autoroot rooting method have common procedure for all the devices but if you are unfamiliar, please find the main steps in a nutshell below.

In concise the rooting procedure consists of only 5 main steps;

  1. Making backup of your phone memory to an external storage
  2. Enabling OEM Unlock and USB Debugging
  3. Downloading the root files
  4. Entering into the download mode
  5. Starting the rooting procedure with the Odin application on your desktop computer.

It looks like now you have an idea on the rooting procedures. So lets proceed with the rooting steps in the order listed above.

Steps To Root Samsung Galaxy J8 SM-J810G running on Android 8.0 Oreo firmware using CF AutoRoot

1. In the first step please download the file from the link given below (please report broken download link using the comment option at the end of this tutorial).

2. You may download the file to your PC desktop for easy access. Once downloaded please extract it. You can check the below screenshot to confirm the unzipped contents.

3. Now enable 'USB debugging mode" on your Galaxy J8. Please follow the below tutorial for detailed steps.

4. Once USB debugging is enabled on your phone please enable the OEM unlock. You can refer the below tutorial to get an idea on enabling the OEM unlock.

5. Once done please switch of your phone and enter it into "Download mode".

To enter into download mode please press and hold the "Vol Down + Vol Up + Power key" buttons until you get the warning screen like the one given below. Once you get the warning screen release all the buttons.
Now press "Vol Up" button to enter into the "Download mode". The final "Download Mode" screen is as shown below.

Once done please install the Samsung USB drivers for your phone. Please find the drivers from the below given link.

6. Now open the "image" folder (from the earlier downloaded files) and you will see a file named "image.tar.md5" like shown in the screenshot below.

7. In the next step go back to the main folder and you will see contents like in the below screenshot.

8. Once you are in the main folder please open the "tools" folder and run the "Odin.exe" file from there.

Now you have to double click the "odin.exe" (or similar one) file which will open a window similar to the one shown below. Once done connect your phone using the USB data cable to your PC. If the connection was successful you will get an added message in the "Odin" app.

Now click the "AP" button in the Odin app and select the "image.tar.md5" file you have found in the "image" folder (mentioned in step no: 6). When done please click the "Start" button in the Odin to start the rooting process.

Once the rooting process is started it will go through couple of stages, but all of them are automated. When it's done your Galaxy J8 will restart and it will be rooted with super user privileges. You may confirm the root by the "Pass" message from the Odin app and also using any root checker app which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.

That's it guys, please don't forget to like/share in the social networking sites if this tutorial was helpful.

Normal Issues And Solutions After Rooting your Galaxy J8 SM-J810G

Normal queries for this tutorial

  • How To Root Galaxy J8 SM-J810G Running On Android 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?

If you have faced any issues while trying to root your Galaxy J8 SM-J810G running on Android 8.0 Oreo, please feel free to post it in the comment section below, don't worry I will help you as fast as I can.

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Hi,

I have followed the below procedure to root Samsung SM-J810G mobile, But I could not succeed.
Download is passed in Odin tool, but the device is not rooted.
Kindly help, Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sanjay
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Looks cool to me but maybe the security patch on Oreo is doing the trick. Try this, go back to the official Oreo 8.0 version and perform these steps again to root.
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Did you followed the tutorial step by step?
Also did you perform "OEM Unlock"?
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Yes, I followed the tutorial step by step?
Also did verified "OEM Unlock" : "Bootloader is already unlocked"
And at the boot time it is showing "recovery is not seandroid enforcing"
I tried the above procedure on "WARRANTY VOID: 0X1 (0X500) device, does this cause any issue.
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If you see 'Recovery is is not Seandroid Enforcing' or 'Kernel is not Seandroid Enforcing', it probably means that you have installed a wrong CWM/TWRP recovery or wrong custom ROM on your phone or try to root the phone with a file that is incompatible with your current firmware.
So either your have rooted with the wrong root file or your phone's firmware version is not Oreo 8.0
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Thank you for your quick response.
1. CWM/TWRP recovery is not available for sm-j810g.
2. May be I was installed wrong custom ROM( 'Recovery is is not Seandroid Enforcing')
3. Installed samsung stock rom build version J810GDDU2ARK4 using Odin tool
4. Downloaded "cfar_samsung_sm-j810g_j8y18ltedd_r16nw.j810gddu2a rk4_t0.zip" from the link provided above tutorial.
5. Followed the steps provided in the tutorial and Installed downloaded image
6. Observed 'Recovery is is not Seandroid Enforcing'
Could you kindly let me know where I have done wrong.
Thanks in advance.
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