Now you can Root AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge (G930a & G935a). The bootloader of the device is still locked and TWRP still not available, but developers found a way to Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. With below method, you can get root access, flash apps via flashfire and provide root access to apps. To root at&t Galaxy S7 edge and S7 you need a patched version of Odin which bypass SHA-256. Download patched Odin and all required files to Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge from below.

Rooting of carrier locked devices like AT&T and Verizon is quite difficult. But XDA Junior Member princecomsy with the help of Chainfire finally achieved a root access for At&t S7/Edge devices. Now you can Root AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge and S7. This method is for AT&T Galaxy S7 Edge and S7 but many users reported that it works on T-Mobile also. So you can also root T-Mobile Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge with this method. So here is the step by step guide with the help of that you can Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Read the below note carefully before you Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge (G930a & G935a). Developer leaves a warning message that –

Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge

“Warning this is engboot, meaning its not made to be used on day to day basis you may run into some issues. Hopefully we can fix them as we go!
Also do not update supersu through playstore untill we are for sure that it wont mess anything up”


  • Rooting your Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will void your phone warranty, and you won’t claim it back.
  • Follow the steps correctly otherwise you may brick your device. We are not responsible for any damage of your phone.
  • It may delete your phone data, so we advise you first to take a complete backup of your phone and then proceed.
  • Ensure that your phone has at least 50-60% charged to prevent the accidental shutdown in-between the process.

Files required to Root AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge –

Steps to Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge –

1) First, enable USB debugging USB OEM Unlock from setting>developer option>. To enable Developer Options, go to About phone and tap the Build Number 7 times.

Usb debugging and OEM Unlocking

2) Now Download the Root files (Engboot) from above for your device and extract it.

3) Now Download the Patched Odin tool from above and extract the zip file.

4) Run the modified Odin PrinceComsy.exe file on your PC.

Patched Odin

5) Connect your phone to your PC with the data cable and reboot into the Download/Odin mode.

6) To enter into download mode turn off your phone and press and hold the ‘Home + Volume Down + Power’ buttons together until you see the download mode screen.

Download Mode

7) Once you enter into Download mode, you see an ID: COM port turned blue and Added message in Odin message box means your device has recognized by Odin.

8) If ID: COM doesn’t show means your driver is not correctly installed or try it with different USB cable.

9) Now locate and add the g930a.tar or g935a.tar to the AP/PDA tab in Odin.

S7 edge odin

10) Make sure that only these two options are tick “Auto Reboot” and “F.Reset Time


11) Now click ‘Start‘ button and it will start flashing the file. Wait until you see ‘Pass‘ in Green Color on Odin screen. This step will flash the modified engboot image on AT&T S7 and S7 Edge.
Odin Pass

12) Now Install the ADB and fastboot driver for windows orADB and Fastboot for Mac and then restart if you already have the driver installed then skip this step.

13) Download and extract SuperSu zip file from above at Adb installation folder.

14) Now press and hold ‘shift’ key and right-clicked anywhere in the folder and select ‘Open command window here’.

15) Run ‘root.bat’ to root your at&t galaxy s7 and s7 edge.

So this is the complete guide to Root AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. If you have any doubt comment below.


Sumit is a Tech and Gadget freak and loves writing about Android and iOS, his favourite past time is playing video games.

1 Comment

  1. Is there any way to root an s7 active(model number G891A)?? It’s at&t exclusive android 6.0.1 so I know the bootloader is locked. I saw this tutorial, but I don’t really understand how bypassing the secure hash algorithm let’s you flash write to the system. Anyway, this tutorial only says s7 and s7 edge for at&t, will it work for my s7 active?? I really don’t wanna brick it ito an 800 dollar phone and I got 200 dollars worth of accessories. Thanks for your help :]

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