Unless you root your Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE, you can’t do many of the great things on it that it’s capable of doing. One of these things is the ability to install root-requiring apps that leverage the root-access on your device to provide you with more customization options. There’re a lot of things that you can do once you’re rooted.

If you’re ready to root your device, here’s how you can do that:

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE

Files You Need

1. The first thing you need to have installed on your computer is Samsung USB drivers. If you haven’t already installed them, do so first from here.

2. Download the complete Root Package that contains all the files you will need to root your device.

3. You should only try this on the SM-G7105 model of the device. If you try to do this procedure on another device, you’re likely to brick it.

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE (SM-G7105)

1. First of all, uncompress files from the root package so that you can use them. Right-click on the package and select Extract here and the files will be extracted.

2. One of the files that you extracted is Odin. Double-click on it and it will launch on your computer. You’ll use it to flash the root files.

3. In the Odin, click on PDA and select the CF-Root file that you just extracted from the root package. Its file format is .tar.

4. Ensure that the Repartition box is unchecked in the tool as leaving it checked will cause issues.

5. Now turn off your Samsung device.

6. Turn your device back on in download mode. You can do that by holding down Volume DOWN, Home, and Power buttons at the same time until you see a logo on your phone’s screen.

7. Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable.

8. An added message should appear in Odin which confirms your device’s been recognized by your computer.

9. Click on Start in the Odin and it should start the flashing procedure.

10. When Odin says success, reboot your device and you should be rooted.

You can confirm the root-access on your Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE by downloading the Root Checker app from the Google Play store.

One the root access is established with the root checker application are then able to begin installing al lof the root apps on your Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE smartphone. Those are the apps that would not run before you rooted the device because the apps that need access to the root filesystem to work cannot operate unless you have rooted the device.

Root apps are all from the Google Play Store, and there are about ten or so that are worth mentioning from outside of the Google Play Store. Names like Xposed Framework and Viper4Androidare two apps that many people over that are not available from the Google Play SToreburtrtaher a simple Google search for the terms. The Play Store hosts most of the thousands of others but here I no easy way to find these apps from the Play Store. When you open the Google Play Store app on your device, now you get a front page that shows all the trending up and reminded app that you could use for ideas. Thoe apps are never featuring the root apps. Likewise, there is no area available that showcased the root apps for all those people with rooted Android operating systems to check out. Instead, you need to look for the names by searching for root apps that you want to install and the remember those names for the next time you visit the Google Play Store.

We have compiled one of the best lists online that show the best root applications for your Android. All of them will run on every Android just like your usual apps are always universal for devices.