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How To Root Samsung Galaxy A3 KitKat

The Easy Way To Root The Samsung Galaxy A3 - Samsung back presents a Smartphone with the A3 series where the Samsung Smartphone Operating System using the KitKat. One of the Android phones that support the current fastest network technology 4G LTE, and also available dual sim, another plus is located on the screen using the AMOLED technology.

On the performance of this Samsung A3 embed Chipset Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410, and on the internal storage capacity of 16 GB, 1.5 GB RAM, supported also by CPU Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 and have embedded graphics GPU Adreno 306. Of course with the specifications make the user comfortable in playing games, Watch movies as well as other Online activities which have supported the fastest internet 4G LTE network.

Although at present with specifications that qualified, there are some Applications to run it should require a specific User in accessing, such access is Root. With root user can perform Custom ROMS, Backup System etc. To fix the issue here is a complete tutorial on how to Root Samsung Galaxy A3 KitKat.

Preparation Installation Root Samsung Galaxy A3
Tutorial Root Samsung Galaxy A3 Kitkat
  1. Turn Off Samsung Galaxy A3.
  2. Then enter in the download menu, press and hold Volume down + Home Button, then press the Power button until the warning screen appears. Select by using the Volume up to continue the Download Mode.
  3. Open The Odin On PC/Laptop.
  4. Connect the Galaxy A3 with the PC using the USB cable.
  5. Successfully connected in the mark in the form ID:COM will change colour to yellow with a COM port number, now the phone is connected and also the drivers already installed without any problems.
  6. Look at Odin, select button PDA then search to files CF-Auto-Root.tar.md5 already downloaded before.
  7. Check on the Auto Reboot and f. Reset Time.
  8. Click the Start button on the Odin to proceed to the installation process.
  9. Wait until the installation process is complete.
  10. When it is finished, the Samsung Galaxy A3 will Restart automatically and enter the Recovery Mode, then select Reboot Now only
Congratulations, now Galaxy A3 you have in the root. To check if root already successfully, you can use the help of the Root application Checker which can be downloaded Free in PlayStore.
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