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Easy Root AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A Without PC

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Have you been contemplating customizing your Samsung Galaxy Alpha G850A? Although the phone does have some built-in options, you could find yourself running into limitations for what you can change on your own phone. The exception to this is if you are willing to root your Galaxy Alpha G850A. Rooting comes with many privileges and responsibilities.

XDA member ziwo has shared a simple process to root AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A with Kingroot v5. You can also install the most popular SuperSU app on your device after rooting. Kingroot has blocked the installation on SuperSU in their recent builds. So, you need to install v4.81 again to be able to install SuperSU on your device.

Droidbeep’s reminds its readers that it will not be held liable for any damage to device during or after root installation. Users are advised to proceed at their own risk.

Root AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A Using Kingroot

Although KingRoot is the new kid on the block, it supports a lot Android mobile devices, especially Exynos-powered devices. It has gone through many updates so that it continues to remain relevant and updated according to the latest operating system and device models.

  1. Enter your phone’s browser: kingroot.net.
    How To Root AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A Without Computer
  2. Install Kingroot. This can be done through..”Unknown Sources“ under Menu -> Settings -> Applications).
    How To Root AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A Without Computer
  3. If your phone is unrooted, you can see the prompt saying that “Root access is unavailable“. Then click the button “START ROOT“.
  4. It will take some time to root the phone.
  5. When rooting, you can view the progress. When it is done, you will see the big green tick icon.
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  6. You have now succesfully Rooted your AT&T Galaxy Alpha G850A.

Once you have root, you have the capacity to get the most out of your device. You can use an app like Root Checker to determine whether rooting was successful. However, if you find that you don’t like the root, you can unroot your phone.

Tell us how you like your new rooted Galaxy Alpha G850A in the comments section below. Or tell us about your troubles.

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