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How To Root Galaxy Tab A On Marshmallow 6.0.1 Using CF-Auto-Root Method?

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A comes in lot of variants, both in size and features. The size varies from 8 inches to 9.7 inches while the features varies from one with SIM card and one with just WiFi alone. But what ever the model you are having we have got a root solution for rooting it here, so lets just root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A today.

Please note that this method is compatible on Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-P350, Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-P355, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-P355M LTE, Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-P550, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7'' SM-P555, Samsung Galaxy Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-P555M, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-P555S, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-T350, Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-T355 4G, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-T355Y, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-T550 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-T555 running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

Make sure that you have backed up your phone memory before proceeding with any of the steps below to prepare for the worst case scenario.

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Steps to root Samsung Galaxy Tab A running on Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 firmware using the CF-Auto-Root method

1. To start with please download the correct file for your phone from the below given links and unzip it to your computer desktop.

When extracted you will get similar files as shown in the image below.

2. Now enable the "USB debugging" on your Galaxy Tab A. The detailed steps to enable USB debugging is explained in the below given link.

3. Once the USB debugging is enabled on your phone please switch it off and enter it into the "Download mode". Please check the below given tutorial to get into "Download Mode".

4. Now open the Odin.exe file with admin privileges and connect your Galaxy Tab A using the USB cable with your PC. If the connection was successful you will get an "Added" message from the Odin window.

5. Once done please click the "PDA/AP" button in the Odin window and select the "tar.md5" file that you have extracted on your PC desktop before. Now to initiate the rooting process please click the "Start" button in the Odin window.

Your device may reboot during the process which is quite normal. Once the whole process is completed you will get a "Pass" message from the Odin app.

Normal queries for this tutorial

  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-P350 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-P355 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-P355M LTE Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-P550 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7'' SM-P555 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-P555M Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-P555S Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-T350 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A SM-T355 4G Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-T355Y Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-T550 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?
  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 SM-T555 Running On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Using The CF-Auto-Root Method?

Please note that rooting will void your warranty (don't worry you can always reinstate warranty by unrooting it), so kindly proceed at your own risk. SamsungSFour.Com will not be liable for any damage caused as a result of executing any of the steps given above.

If you have faced any issues while rooting your Galaxy Tab A running on Marshmallow 6.0.1, 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 can you help me, I have the same problem
Did you checked our forum if not please have a look here;
http://www.samsungsfour.com/sfour-forum/galaxy-tab-a-6-0-1-rooting-issue
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Quoting Thomas:
Quoting C :
Hi, I had the same problem with the "RECOVERY IS NOT SE ANDROID ENFORCING," and I can't seem to find what firmware to download for my model (SM-T350) on sammobile.com, and since I can't turn the tablet on, I cant search for the "CSC" or "PDA"... please help, any links or anything would be great, thanks.

I have replied to you in the forum.


Hi can you help me, I have the same problem
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Quoting Maik Garbade:
Hey, i have the Tab A 10.1 is this tutorial compatible to my tablet ?

greetz Maik

No. But you can always try with data backed up so that you can restore everything in the event of a mishap.
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Hey, i have the Tab A 10.1 is this tutorial compatible to my tablet ?

greetz Maik
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Quoting C :
Hi, I had the same problem with the "RECOVERY IS NOT SE ANDROID ENFORCING," and I can't seem to find what firmware to download for my model (SM-T350) on sammobile.com, and since I can't turn the tablet on, I cant search for the "CSC" or "PDA"... please help, any links or anything would be great, thanks.

I have replied to you in the forum.
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Hi, I had the same problem with the "RECOVERY IS NOT SE ANDROID ENFORCING," and I can't seem to find what firmware to download for my model (SM-T350) on sammobile.com, and since I can't turn the tablet on, I cant search for the "CSC" or "PDA"... please help, any links or anything would be great, thanks.
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Quoting Brian Anderle:
I have gone through the process and screwed up. I installed the drivers, Odin and downloaded the tar file for my SM-T350. Everything was looking good but I was watching the "log" and saw that it said removed and my computer dinged as it does when a USB is removed from the computer. At that point I panicked and unhooked it from computer. Probably not a good idea. When I did it went to the black screen that comes up when it turns on where it says Samsung Galaxy Tab A and stayed there. On the top left corner of that black screen it says in red "RECOVERY IS NOT SE ANDROID ENFORCING" right below that it says in yellow "Set Warranty Bit : recovery. About the time I disconnected it I realized I didn't run Odin as administrator. So I repeated the process and corrected my previous mistakes. In Odin it says in top left that it passed and at bottom of log it says all threads completed (succeed 1 / failed 0) I should be excited but I am back to black screen I described earlier. I thought it was supposed to reboot after Odin was done but it hasn't. I haven't touched it or my computer for fear of screwing something else up. I thought I should consult people that know what they are doing much more so than me. Please help me. I hope it is something stupid that you can make fun of me for... At least then my tablet would work

Hi, thanks for writing everything in detail. Don't worry we have got you covered.

This happens for some versions and firmware security updates. To resolve this please reinstall the stock firmware from sammobile.com. Search for your phone model number and install the firmware, you will get detailed instruction on how to install it there. If you need any further help please don't hesitate to ask.
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I have gone through the process and screwed up. I installed the drivers, Odin and downloaded the tar file for my SM-T350. Everything was looking good but I was watching the "log" and saw that it said removed and my computer dinged as it does when a USB is removed from the computer. At that point I panicked and unhooked it from computer. Probably not a good idea. When I did it went to the black screen that comes up when it turns on where it says Samsung Galaxy Tab A and stayed there. On the top left corner of that black screen it says in red "RECOVERY IS NOT SE ANDROID ENFORCING" right below that it says in yellow "Set Warranty Bit : recovery. About the time I disconnected it I realized I didn't run Odin as administrator. So I repeated the process and corrected my previous mistakes. In Odin it says in top left that it passed and at bottom of log it says all threads completed (succeed 1 / failed 0) I should be excited but I am back to black screen I described earlier. I thought it was supposed to reboot after Odin was done but it hasn't. I haven't touched it or my computer for fear of screwing something else up. I thought I should consult people that know what they are doing much more so than me. Please help me. I hope it is something stupid that you can make fun of me for... At least then my tablet would work
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Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
Hi
How to UNLOCK BOOTLOADERS on tan A ?
Thanks you.

I guess you meant Tab A.
You don't have to unlock the bootloader if it's not locked to any carrier. If it's carrier locked please let me know the carrier to which it is locked.
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Hi
How to UNLOCK BOOTLOADERS on tan A ?
Thanks you.
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Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
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Are you sure that you downloaded the correct file for your phone, which is shown in the downloads page as "Downloads For Rooting Galaxy Tab A SM-P355"?


Yes sure.
At the last time i used Firmware 5.0.1 , I could be root . It 's to work no problem.
Thank you.
Please try this method; http://www.samsungsfour.com/tutorials/how-to-root-all-samsung-galaxy-smartphones-without-pc.html
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Quote:

Are you sure that you downloaded the correct file for your phone, which is shown in the downloads page as "Downloads For Rooting Galaxy Tab A SM-P355"?
Yes sure.
At the last time i used Firmware 5.0.1 , I could be root . It 's to work no problem.
Thank you.
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Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
Quoting Thomas:
Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
Hi
Problems soled. Thanks you very much.
But , I need to root again. How to root on TAB A SM-P355 with S-pen ?

Can you please tell me the firmware version on your tab?


Hi
Firmware version: 6.0.1 , Version : P355XXU1BPG2 , Build : 20.07.2016 , Region : THL


Are you sure that you downloaded the correct file for your phone, which is shown in the downloads page as "Downloads For Rooting Galaxy Tab A SM-P355"?
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Quoting Thomas:
Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
Hi
Problems soled. Thanks you very much.
But , I need to root again. How to root on TAB A SM-P355 with S-pen ?

Can you please tell me the firmware version on your tab?


Hi
Firmware version: 6.0.1 , Version : P355XXU1BPG2 , Build : 20.07.2016 , Region : THL
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Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
Hi
Problems soled. Thanks you very much.
But , I need to root again. How to root on TAB A SM-P355 with S-pen ?

Can you please tell me the firmware version on your tab?
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Hi
Problems soled. Thanks you very much.
But , I need to root again. How to root on TAB A SM-P355 with S-pen ?
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Quoting nopphadol sawasnatee:
Samsung model TAB A
SM - P355
After root show " recovery is not seanoroid enforcing
Set warraty bit , recovery

This is because you have the wrong firmware version. To resolve this please go into recovery mode and do a factory data reset. After that flash the stock ROM on your Tab A
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Samsung model TAB A
SM - P355
After root show " recovery is not seanoroid enforcing
Set warraty bit , recovery
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