How to root Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930S on Android 6.0 [Guide]

Samsung Galaxy S7The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge takes a large leap forward in design elements over the older Edge model. Though the design changes may seem subtle on the surface, the flagship devices we are seeing from Samsung today and miles ahead of what we were seeing a couple of years ago with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5. Of course, that’s with regards to what we see on the outside and not relevant to what’s on the display at all.

We are still seeing much of the same from Samsung when it comes to TouchWize and the Android operating system they like to cover with their own variety of system applications. Those same system apps from Sammy have developed a love or hate relationship with fans. Many people cannot wait until they run some root apps or a custom ROM to remove what they consider to be bloatware effective immediately.

There are a few solutions Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge owners can come up with when wanting to remove the system apps from Samsung. One of the apps that works just as well as any other, but it talked about a good deal less is the System App Remover application. The System App Remover app is also available to download and install for free. All you have to do is follow the guide after the break.



  • You are voiding the Samsung warranty when you choose to root the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone. Likewise, you would have voided the warranty when you installed the custom recovery on your device. It’s reported that some mobile service providers do not mind people rooting and will still look at the device under warranty to get your business. Inquire with your network to find out what they say if the warranty is of importance to you.


  1. Download the SuperSU rooting file for your S7 device from here and have it on the desktop of the computer.
  2. Connect the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone to the computer with the USB cable you normally use to charge the battery on your device.
  3. Copy the SuperSU (still zipped) over to the root of the internal storage SD card.
  4. Unplug your S7 smartphone from the computer once you have the SuperSU on your internal storage.
  5. Head to the Device Options menu and choose the option that says it will power off your smartphone.
  6. Reboot the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone holding the hardware key combination for recovery mode and the TWRP will boot on your display.
  7. Choose the ‘Backup’ option from the main menu inside TWRP and proceed to take the NANDroid backup on your S7 handset.
  8. From the main recovery menu, choose the ‘Install’ option and browse the SD card for the SuperSU zip file you transferred there earlier.
  9. Agree to install the SuperSU package by swiping on the bottom of the display where it says to do that.
  10. Go back to the main recovery menu and choose to reboot the system now when you’re done with the SuperSU installation.

In conclusion, that’s how to root Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930S smartphone running on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates. We hope you enjoy your root applications like the System App Remover on your device.

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