Operating systems on our smartphones and computers, in general, can be fun a lot of the time. That fun is quickly stifled if you are using an operating system without many permissions working in your favor. One of the perks of being an administrator of an operating system is that you can assign different privileges to different users, and there are many reasons as to why that is a good thing. However, the problem with Android for many people out there is that as soon as they buy the device, they are not given these administrator permissions to choose. That’s where rooting the Android operating system comes into play, and it allows people to gain full control over an OS, unlike the way it is when it first comes out of the box.
Rooting the Android operating system isn’t for people who have not experienced web geeks or Android geeks in general. There are legitimate reasons for Google and Android electing to sell its operating system locked, and we don’t argue with those. However, Google and Android also don’t argue with us when we say some people should have every right to open up an operating system so they can do what they need to do as long as they know what it is they are doing. Welcome to the world of rooting Android operating systems.
Here is everything you need to root Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone for the T-Mobile subscribers among you running the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates.
- The following guide is made for the T-Mobile subscribers among you who own the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone. That smartphone comes with the SM-G920T model number which you can double-check before starting by tapping on the Settings > About Device > Model Number.
- You must have a computer that is running a version of Windows operating systems so you can use the flashing tool we have during this guide. No Windows operating system means no flashing.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
- Download and install the Samsung USB Drivers  for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablet directly to the computer and run them before you get started with the guide.
- Unlock the Developer Options menu by tapping on the Settings > About Device > Build Number and keep tapping your finger on the build number until it says you are using your tablet as a developer now — that usually takes around seven times.
- Once you have unlocked the Developer Options menu that was once hidden, it is time to enter it now to enable the USB Debugging Mode by tapping on the Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging. Once you have the box checked for the USB Debugging option the Android Marshmallow operating system will automatically recall your preferences when you exit the Developer Options menu, and it will be done.
HOW TO ROOT SAMSUNG GALAXY S6 SM-G920T RUNNING ANDROID 6.0.1 MARSHMALLOW
- Download the updated CF-Auto-Root tool for the Galaxy S6 T-Mobile smartphone on Android 6.0.1 from here .
- Extract the rooting file on the desktop of the computer by right-clicking on the file once you have it on the desktop and then following the guidelines for your version of Windows operating system to have that file extracted to the desktop location.
- Connect the Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone to the computer when you have it in the download mode .
- Double-click the mouse on the Odin executable file and the flashing tool will open on the computer.
- Click the AP button from the Odin user interface and the browse the desktop for the rooting file that you just finished extracted to the desktop a few steps earlier.
- Click the Start button from the Odin user interface.
In conclusion, that is how to root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920T smartphones running the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow software updates by flashing a newer version of the CF-Auto-Root tool. You can unplug from the computer once you see the green pass message from the Odin user interface.