How To Root Galaxy S9 Plus On Android 8.0 Oreo Using CF Autoroot Method? (All Models)

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Hi guys, today I am bringing you a good news. Yes the tutorial to root your mighty Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus running on Android 8.0 Oreo firmware.

As you may all know the Galaxy S9 Plus comes with 6.2 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top of it, Dual 12 MP Camera, Octa Core processor etc.

I am not going to waste your time any further by going through it's long line up of specs, but will help you to root it.

Please note that this method is compatible only on Galaxy S9+ SM-G965W, Galaxy S9+ SM-G965F, Galaxy S9+ SM-G965N, Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U, Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U1 and Galaxy S9+ SM-G9650 running on Android 8.0 Oreo.


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. 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 follow the below steps.

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 S9 Plus running on Android 8.0 Oreo firmware using CF AutoRoot

1. First kindly download the necessary root files from the below given links (please report broken download links using the comment option at the end of this tutorial).

2. Once downloaded please extract it to your PC desktop. You can check the below screenshot to verify the unzipped contents.

3. Now enable 'USB debugging mode" on your Galaxy S9 Plus. Please follow the below tutorial for detailed steps. Even though this is for another firmware version the procedure is some what same.

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 "Bixby"  + "Power"+"Vol Down" buttons until you get the warning screen like the one given below on your Galaxy S9 Plus.
Now press "Vol Up" button to enter into the "Download mode". The final "Download Mode" screen is as shown below.

You may also try the below given download mode tutorials for detailed instruction on entering into the download mode.

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 similar files/folders 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 executable file which will open a window similar to the one shown below. When done connect your S9 Plus using the USB data cable to your computer. If the connection was successful you will get an added message in the "Odin" app.

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

The odin rooting procedure is all automated so no user input is needed once started. When it's finished your Galaxy S9 Plus will reboot. Once rebooted you will get a "Pass" message in the Odin app.

If there was any error while rooting, please download a different version of the "Odin" app from some other source and try rooting.

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

Normal queries for this tutorial

  • How To Root Galaxy S9+ SM-G965W Running On 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?
  • How To Root Galaxy S9+ SM-G965F Running On 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?
  • How To Root Galaxy S9+ SM-G965N Running On 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?
  • How To Root Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U Running On 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?
  • How To Root Galaxy S9+ SM-G965U1 Running On 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?
  • How To Root Galaxy S9+ SM-G9650 Running On 8.0 Oreo Using CF AutoRoot?

If you have faced any issues while trying to root your Samsung Galaxy S9 (All Models) 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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So this is only for Oreo?
I have a SM-G965U1 model running android 10 and it does not let me install it nor is there any option for "OEM Unlocking".

Do I have to downgrade it to Oreo?
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Yes obviously you need to downgrade the firmware if you need to root using this method. Else you can search for a method which supports your current OS. Whatever the case you need to unlock the bootloader first.
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