1. The first thing to do is download Chainfire CF-Autoroot (from their official site) for Samsung Galaxy S6, unzip the files and save them to the folder you want. Reptimos: This is valid for all ROMs, official or modified.
2. Get ODIN v1.87
However, you can also use an higher or earlier versions. If you have any problems when Odin recognizes the connected phone, try a different version.
3. Turn off the phone
The phone will then start itself in Download Mode. To do this we have to press the Volume Down button, the Home button and the Power button until you see the Android robot and a triangle appearing on the screen.. Then, to confirm the operation, you must press the VOLUME UP button.
4. Make sure that you installed the USB Drivers from Samsung correctly on your computer.
5. Open the ODIN program and connect your phone to your PC while the device remains in download mode.
6. If the terminal is connected properly, one yellow box should appear ID: COM in ODIN with the number of the COM port. This may take a few minutes. Once it turns yellow, we can continue the process.
7. Then we select the CF-Autoroot of Chainfire and store files you downloaded in the first step. Now, do the following: press PDA in ODIN and select the “file CF-Root-jflte Self-jfltexx-gti9505 zip.
8. In the left part of the screen ODIN, you should see Auto Reboot. WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE ITEM IS RE-PARTITION OFF.
9. It is time to press the Start button located in the middle right part of ODIN. This will start the process on our Samsung Galaxy S6, so patience is recommended as it can take several minutes.
10. Once completed, the terminal will automatically restart in Recovery Mode to install the files to root Galaxy S6 (do not touch anything). The box ID: COM in ODIN will have turned green, indicating that everything went as it should.
11. The phone will start and once you see the home screen of your device, this will disconnect the Samsung Galaxy S6 computer. Afterward, you will have completed the process successfully and you should now have the Galaxy S6 Root and you’re good to go!
From here you can leave the phone with root installed benefiting from all its advantages. However, if you plan to install a custom firmware, go to our next tutorial.