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Downloads To Root Samsung Galaxy S7 On Nougat 7.0 Using CF-Auto-Root

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Quoting Kelly Renkoski:
I passed both parts of the unlocking/rooting process, and my phone now has the custom logo. But I still don't have full root access according to root checker. Any ideas on what could be causing that. I am also getting the "Unauthorized actions have been detected." message. I am using SM-G930V model.

Looks like your phone's bootloader is not unlocked properly.
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I passed both parts of the unlocking/rooting process, and my phone now has the custom logo. But I still don't have full root access according to root checker. Any ideas on what could be causing that. I am also getting the "Unauthorized actions have been detected." message. I am using SM-G930V model.
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Quoting Ricky :
Hi,
I used this method to root my 930f and it seems to have reset my boot up pin and im stuck on the screen and unable to get into my phone at all.

If you have a backup, please boot into the recovery mode and do a factory data reset.
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Hi,
I used this method to root my 930f and it seems to have reset my boot up pin and im stuck on the screen and unable to get into my phone at all.
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Quoting Cameron Storm:
Im in need of major help. I unlocked the bootloader following this method and use odin for rooting with this method, with odin giving a Pass and reboot. Now my S7 sm-930v keeps booting to Samsung Galaxy S7 screen with a picture of a unlocked lock and reboot this screen over and over. Please help. Thank you.

Looks like you are in android bootloop, which is a very common issue. Don't worry. Please follow the below tutorial to resolve it;
http://www.samsungsfour.com/tutorials/how-to-resolve-android-boot-loop.html
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I tried to root my Galaxy S7 and I did something wrong so it started that bootloop thing. I followed your instructions on how to unlock the bootloader and it solved the problem. Now I'm planning on attempting the root again. Here's my problem:When I click on the link to download the things I need for rooting, I can't get to the site. On my PC it won't let me go to the site because it says it's dangerous. My phone won't let me go to the site and it just says the site isn't working. In case you don't know what site I'm talking about, it's chain fire. she. What's the trick to get on the site and download the software? Thank you for your help.
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Im in need of major help. I unlocked the bootloader following this method and use odin for rooting with this method, with odin giving a Pass and reboot. Now my S7 sm-930v keeps booting to Samsung Galaxy S7 screen with a picture of a unlocked lock and reboot this screen over and over. Please help. Thank you.
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Quoting SCOTTIE SCOTTIE:
will this cfautoroot work for my sm-g930r6 it's a local carrier device known as LRA Verizon or generic CDMA. i have rooted all the way to the s5 in this carriers devi9ces and all the others this carrier device the bootloader was not locked. its very similar to the sprint sm-g930p. I tried the method for all us versions and i got a brick

I have already replied to you on FB. :-)
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will this cfautoroot work for my sm-g930r6 it's a local carrier device known as LRA Verizon or generic CDMA. i have rooted all the way to the s5 in this carriers devi9ces and all the others this carrier device the bootloader was not locked. its very similar to the sprint sm-g930p. I tried the method for all us versions and i got a brick
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Quoting Christopher Richards:
hi Itried using your method odin says it passed but when phone re started I get a message 'Your phone is encrypted for security. To start up your device, enter your password.' I've entered my password I use to unlock my device but it says verification failed. You need to reset your device to factory default settings. This will erase all your data." It has a reset device button at the bottom of screen but does nothing when I press it. Hope you can help.

Please help me with your model number, it maybe because of a locked bootloader. Please reinstall the stock firmware to resolve your issue. Try sammobile for the firmware.
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hi Itried using your method odin says it passed but when phone re started I get a message 'Your phone is encrypted for security. To start up your device, enter your password.' I've entered my password I use to unlock my device but it says verification failed. You need to reset your device to factory default settings. This will erase all your data." It has a reset device button at the bottom of screen but does nothing when I press it. Hope you can help.
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Quoting Byron Nelson:
i currently have a sm-930p that was supposed to be unlocked and well surprise surprise we're dealing with sprint here. I have followed the steps mentioned and keep getting the failed message on odin while it gets to the cache phase of the rooting. developer options are set and the samsung drivers have been installed as directed on the computer. any follow up help would be greatly appreciated. thanks for all the time and effort you guys have already put into this page. I just read about bootloader so im in the process now of looking into that as well. Thanks for any and all help that comes from this

Yes Byron,

You need to unlock your bootloader first to root your phone. :-)
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i currently have a sm-930p that was supposed to be unlocked and well surprise surprise we're dealing with sprint here. I have followed the steps mentioned and keep getting the failed message on odin while it gets to the cache phase of the rooting. developer options are set and the samsung drivers have been installed as directed on the computer. any follow up help would be greatly appreciated. thanks for all the time and effort you guys have already put into this page. I just read about bootloader so im in the process now of looking into that as well. Thanks for any and all help that comes from this
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Quoting Justin Evans:
I'm getting a failed message also how to fix this problem

Please let me know your model number. If it's carrier locked from T-Mobile, Verizon etc you need to unlock the bootloader first.
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I'm getting a failed message also how to fix this problem
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Quoting Robin Dean:
I'm getting an error message after hitting start, namely "SECURE CHECK FAIL : recovery"

Can you please specify your model number. Please enable OEM unlock and try again. http://www.samsungsfour.com/tutorials/how-to-perform-oem-unlocking-on-samsung-galaxy-smartphone.html
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I'm getting an error message after hitting start, namely "SECURE CHECK FAIL : recovery"
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