Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H Root Firmware File Android 6.0 Marshmallow

The good news is Galaxy S5 owners can expect another major OS update to roll out in the coming weeks. According to a user on XDA Developers, Samsung has already kicked off the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow deployment to all Galaxy S5 mini users in Russia.
It's also worth mentioning that this is a fairly sizable download (800MB), so make sure you have plenty of free storage to upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

The update seems to be available from around October 22, so many Galaxy S5 mini owners might have already upgraded to Marshmallow. Aside from the usual new features and improvements included in Android 6.0.1, the update also contains the September security patch.

To root file on Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H, you need software known as Odin Tool. Download the Samsung Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H root firmware file, drivers. then you can follow our guide to install root file the on Samsung Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H Smartphone.


The guideline is simple and easy! All you have to do is simply download the above-given root firmware file and tools on your computer and then follow the given instruction to root on Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H using Odin Tool. Yes, this guide is also helpful to Read, Write or fix any software malfunctioning problem.

Steps to Install Root File on Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H
  1. Download & Extract Zip File on your PC.
  2. Enable Developer mode Settings on your device.
  3. Enable USB Debugging mode on your device.
  4. Enable OEM unlock in The Developer option
  5. Now you go to Download mode so power off your device
  6. Than press and Hold Volume Down button + Home button + Power button.
  7. Than press volume up.
  8. Connected your device to computer via USB Cable.
  9. Open odin tool click PDA  or AP select TWRP-3.2.1-For-Samsung Galaxy S5-G900H.tar ODIN and click start button
  10. After Process go to Recovery Mode So Press
  11. Volume Down button + Home button + Power button. Install SuperSU-v2.82 After root file install. 
  12. Click Reboot System.
Now your Samsung galaxy device Rooted.

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