Prerequisites:1) Although the rooting procedure I have given here is not a data-loss process, it is safe to have a backup of personal data’s in your smartphone using either Samsung Kies or some other backup applications. So, take a backup and store it in your computer. If your device loses data during the rooting procedure, we can use the backup to restore the data.
2) Ensure that you have installed Samsung Galaxy E7 USB drivers in your computer so that you can connect your smartphone with the computer successfully.
3) Next, enable USB debugging mode in your smartphone. To do that, first enable Developer options by following: Settings -> About Phone (tap on the build number for several times until you get the Developer options enabled message). Once done, follow this path: Settings -> Developer Options -> USB debugging mode (tick the box next to it, to enable this mode).
4) Make sure that your smartphone has at least 60% or more battery backup in it, as the rooting procedure is a power-consuming process. Also, ensure that you have disabled or deactivated antivirus applications in your computer so that they won’t interrupt the rooting process.
Once you have done these basic tasks, you can move on to the next set of tutorials given below.
Tutorial To Root Samsung Galaxy E7 Android Phone:1) To get started, download CF Auto Root Rooting kit from the list given below based on your device’s model number (you can get your device’s model number by visiting this path: Settings -> About Phone):
2) Once done, extract the rooting package using WinZip or WinRar and save the extracted files in a folder on your computer. Now, download Odin, install it in your computer and open its Window.
3) Next, switch off your smartphone. Once done, boot it into the “Download Mode” by holding and pressing the Home, Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously for few seconds. Once you have booted into the Download mode, connect your device to the computer using original USB data cable.
4) Now in the Odin window, click on the “PDA” button and select .tar.md5 file from the rooting kit extracted folder. Once done, tick the boxes next to Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time. Next, click on the “Start” button in Odin to begin the flashing process.
5) Once the flashing process is over, you will get a green PASS message in Odin. Also, your device will get rebooted and when you see your device’s home screen, unplug it from the computer.