Galaxy Alpha has a 4.7″ 720p Super AMOLED display, with 320 ppi pixel density. It’s powered by Samsung’s own Eynos octacore processor, a combined quad 1.8GHz and quad 1.3GHz. It has 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. Other features include a fingerprint sensor, 12MP rear camera, 2.1MP front camera, WI-Fi 802.11ac and is backed by a 1860mAh battery. It is the first major metal cased smartphone released by Samsung, with all previous devices encased in plastic.

A rooting tutorial is now available for the Galaxy Alpha European variant. It is the safest method to root the phone. It involves the use of Odin application. Follow the guide below to root the Galaxy Alpha.

Galaxy Alpha

Disclaimer: Follow the instructions at your own risk. The writer cannot be held responsible for any bricked or unusable devices. Even though the chances of your Smartphone getting bricked are negligible, the owner of the device must take full responsibility of it!

Pre-requisites and Backing up your Galaxy Alpha:


Steps to Root Galaxy Alpha:

  1. Make a backup of your data.
  2. Extract the contents of Odin3 on your computer and install Odin on the PC.
  3. Turn off the phone and make sure it is not connected to the computer.
  4. Boot the phone into Download Mode by switching it off and then simultaneously pressing the Volume Down + the Home key button. While holding these both buttons, you need to switch on your device.
  5. Open Odin. Connect your phone to the computer and allow the drivers to install. You will see the “Added!!” message on Odin. If it doesn’t appear, make sure you have properly installed the USB drivers for your phone.
  6. In the Odin Menu, make sure to check the Auto-Reboot and F.Reset options.
  7. Download the Root zip file on the computer. Extract it and you will get a file with .tar.md5 extension.
  8. Click the AP button in Odin and select the file extracted in the previous step. Do not make any unnecessary changes on Odin.
  9. Click the Start button in Odin and wait for a few moments.
  10. Your phone will automatically reboot. Done!

Once the phone reboots, you can check the root status by installing the Root Checker app from the Play Store.

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