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How to root Galaxy S6 G920T on Android 5.1.1 (UVU2COF6) [Guide]

Samsung Galaxy S6 [1]If you own the new Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone it’s time to check the notification panel for a fresh Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update that comes with the firmware build number UVU2COF6. Once you know you are rocking that build number, you can tinker with the system internals by opening it up with root access using the guide after the jump.




  1. Download the new rooting kernel and TWRP here [3].
  2. Download our version of Odin from here [4].
  3. Click the small dark arrow to the right of the file that’s sitting directly above the desktop after you lick it to download. Now select to “show in folder” from the menu.
  4. You’ll now see the zip file inside. Simply click and drag that zip folder over to the desktop.
  5. Download WinRAR or a different unzipping tool so you can extract the file. Right-click the file that’s zipped on the desktop and select the “extract here” option.
  6. Do the same for both files so you can use the executable files inside. Now open up the Odin app and run the tool so it’s waiting on the desktop for us to connect the Galaxy S6.
  7. Completely power off the S6 by holding in the Power key for 10 seconds.
  8. Now boot it up the Samsung Galaxy S6 in Download Mode [5].
  9. You must click the PDA button inside Odin and browse the desktop for the file you downloaded in the first step.
  10. Make sure you have enabled the OEM unlock option from in the Developer Option menu.
  11. Click the Start button and wait for Odin to reboot your S6 smartphone.
  12. That’s all you need! Most people are rolling with TWRP these days, but CWM still has a strong following. Both recoveries work just as well for flashing custom ROMs.

If you are getting stuck in a bootloop after using the guide, please flash the stock Android 5.1.1 firmware file here [6] using the Odin tool.