Apparently, the reason behind the success of Samsung’s Core phones is that they are made from the core technologies of the company. The Samsung Galaxy Core LTE, one of the Core phones by Sammy, has attracted a huge number of buyers from many parts of the world.

If you’ve got yourself this shiny decent phone, you should probably root it to get the best out of it. Once rooted, it should be able to run root-requiring apps and do many more things for you.

Samsung Galaxy Core LTE

Here’s how you can root your Samsung Galaxy Core LTE:

Files You Need

1. You must have a Windows based computer to be able to do this tutorial.

2. Download and install Samsung USB drivers on your computer, if you don’t already have them.

3. Download Root Package to your computer. It is the file that will help you gain root-access on your device.

4. Download Odin to your computer. You will use it to flash the above file on your device.

5. This only works for the SM-G386F device.

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Core LTE

1. Extract files from both Root Package and Odin to your computer by right-clicking on each of them and selecting Extract here.

2. Rename the Root File so that it has .tar as its extension.

3. Open Odin by double-clicking on its executable file.

4. When Odin opens, click on the button that says PDA and select Root File that you renamed earlier.

5. Checkmark Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time in the Odin.

6. Make sure that Repartition is unchecked in the Odin.

7. Turn off your phone.

8. Turn your phone back on in download mode. To do that, hold down Volume DOWN, Home, and Power buttons simultaneously.

9. Hit Volume UP when the prompt appears and you should enter download mode on your phone.

11. Plug in your phone to your computer using a USB cable.

12. Click on Start in the Odin and wait for it to install root files on your phone.

13. When it’s done installing root files, your phone should automatically reboot.

14. You’re all done!

Your Samsung Galaxy Core LTE should now be rooted and you can have it confirmed using Root Checker on your device.

So you’re all set to enjoy root-requiring apps on your device. Go ahead and find out the apps that will work on your device at the Google Play store.