How to root Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A310N0

Updated on June 8, 2017

On this page, you will learn to root Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A310N0 running on Android 6.0.1 with the built id MMB29K.A310MUBU2BQC1 using the Odin Application on Windows Computer.

Requirements: Make sure your Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A310N0 is running on Android 6.0.1 with the built id MMB29K.A310MUBU2BQC1. If your device built id is different than MMB29K.A310MUBU2BQC1, then the following tutorial may not work for you.

Root Samsung Galaxy A3 SM-A310N0 using Odin

Step 1: Download and install Samsung Mobile Driver on your Computer (if Samsung Mobile Driver is already installed on your computer, then you dont have to install it again).

USB

Step 2: Download root package on your computer. After downloading the package, you need to extract it on your computer.

cf-autoroot file

Step 3: Power off your Device.

samsung mobile power

Step 4: Now, you need to boot the device into the download mode. To boot into the download mode, Press and Hold Volume Down + Home + Power button together for 6-8 seconds till you see the download screen.

download mode samsung device

Step 5: Once you have entered into the download mode, you will be able to see the warning screen. You need to press the Volume UP button to continue.

samsung mobile warning sign

Step 6: Open Odin Tool from the autoroot package (you have extracted it in step#2) on your computer.

open odin tool

Step 7: Connect your device to the Computer.

samsung connect computer

Step 8: Once your device is connected to the computer, Odin will automatically recognize it and will show Added message in log area.

samsung device added odin

Step 9: Now, Click on the AP button (also called as PDA) and add the CF-Auto-Root.tar file (you have extracted it in step#2).

samsung device ap pda odin

Step 10: Click on the Start button to begin the rooting process.

samsung odin root start

Step 11: once rooting process is completed, you will be able to see Green Box with PASS message.

samsung odin root success

Step 12: Now, disconnect your device from the computer and restart it.

Step 13: Your device is hopefully rooted now. To confirm the root, check the SuperSU app installed on your device. If SuperSU app is present, then your device is rooted.

supersu installed samsung

Alternatively, you can also check the root status of your device using the Root Checker App.

Readme Once:

[*] Backup: Take a backup of everything personal, as in few cases rooting the device may causes bootloop (device stuck at welcome logo screen).

[*] Fixing Bootloop: If after following the tutorial your device is stuck at the boot screen (logo), then you need to flash the stock firmware of your device to fix it.

[*] Samsung Stock Firmware: If you are looking for the stock firmware of your device then follow Download Samsung Stock Firmware page.

[*] Samsung USB Driver: If you are looking for the original Samsung mobile driver of your device then follow Download Samsung USB driver page.

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