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How to Root Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge (All Models) with PingPong Root Tool

How to Root Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge (All Models) with PingPong Root Tool
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Samsung Galaxy S6 is the latest Samsung’s flagship smartphone that became much popular all over the world running a Mali-T760MP8 GPU, 1.5 GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 processor, 3GB RAM, 16 MP camera and 5.1-inches Corning Gorilla Glass display. Galaxy S6 comes with a powerful hardware as well as with upgraded security. So if you have owned Samsung Galaxy S6 and now wish to root your phone then you can now root these handsets without voiding the KNOX warranty counter.

Actually, KNOX counter displays the number of times you have flashed any ROMs or tweaks or if the device software has been tampered in any way. Samsung got much popularity not just for the flawless devices but also for the level of security it implements to them and KNOX counter is one of such limiting factors. So if you’d like to customize your device then go ahead and follow the given instructions to root the Galaxy S6 using the famous PingPongRoot tool.  This tool will root Samsung Galaxy S6 without tripping the KNOX counter which has been developed by idler1984. Many users have used this tool to root Galaxy S6 on many ROM builds, which we’ve given below.

Galaxy S6 Supported Firmware Builds:

Check out the list of supported firmware builds that can be rooted with PingPong Root tool. Verify the build number of your phone’s firmware by navigating to Settings > About > Build number.

Note:-  Please note that the 1st 5-6 characters in the build number stand for the model number.

The last 3 characters denote the build number of the firmware.

  • G9200ZCU1AOD5
  • G9200ZHU1AOD3
  • G9200ZHU1AOD9
  • G920R4TYU1AOD3 (US Cellular)
  • G920IDVU1AOD1 (International)
  • G920FXXU1AOCV (International)
  • G920PVPU1AOCF (Sprint)
  • G920TUVU1AOCG (T-Mobile)
  • G920FXXU1AOBN (International)
  • G920FXXU1AODG (International)
  • G9209KEU1AOCI
  • G9209KEU1AODA
  • G9208ZMU1AOD5
  • G9208ZMU1AOCI
  • G920VVRU1AOC3 (Verizon)
  • G920FXXU1AOD9
  • G920AUCU1AOCE (AT&T)
  • G920FXXU1AODE
  • G9200ZCU1AOD9
  • G920W8VLU1AOCG (Canadian)
  • G920FXXU1AOD4
  • G920R4TYU1AOCB (US Cellular)
  • G920FXXU1AOCY
  • G920IDVU1AOC4
  • G920FXXU1AODI
  • G9209KEU1AOD5
  • G920IDVU1AOBQ
  • G9208ZTU1AOD9
  • G920FXXU1AOE3
  • G920IDVU1AOE3
  • G920FXXU1AOD8
  • G920FXXU1AOE4
  • G920AUCU1AOE2 (AT&T)
  • G920T1UVU1AOCH (T-Mobile)
  • G9208ZTU1AOCI
  • G920IDVU1AOC6
  • G920IDVU1AOD3
  • G920FXXU1AOCZ
  • G920AZTUU1AOD1
  • G9200ZHU1AOE4
  • G9200ZCU1AOE4
  • G920KKKU1AODC
  • G920IDVU1AOE4
  • G920LKLU1AODC
  • G920SKSU1AODC
  • G920IDVU1BOE2
  • G9208ZTU1AOE4
  • G920PVPU1AOE2
  • G920W8VLU1AOE1
  • G920VVRU1AOE2

Galaxy S6 Edge: Supported Firmware Builds

  • G9250ZCU1AODC
  • G925VVRU1AOC3 (Verizon)
  • G925FXXU1AOD9 (International)
  • G925PVPU1AOCF (Sprint)
  • G925FXXU1AOCV
  • G925AUCU1AOCE (AT&T)
  • G925TUVU1AOCG (T-Mobile)
  • G925W8VLU1AOCG (Canadian)
  • G925IDVU1AOD1 (International)
  • G925IDVU1AOD2
  • G925SKSU1AOD5
  • G925FXXU1AOD4
  • G925R4TYU1AOD3 (US Cellular)
  • G925FXXU1AODG
  • G925FXXU1AOCZ
  • G925IDVU1AOD3
  • G925LKLU1AOD8
  • G925SKSU1AOD8
  • G925FXXU1AOE3
  • G925PVPU1AOE2 (Sprint)
  • G925FXXU1AOD8
  • G9250ZTU1AODC
  • G925FXXU1AOE4
  • G925AUCU1AOE2 (AT&T)
  • G925TUVU1COE6 (T-Mobile)
  • G925FXXU1AOCY
  • G9250ZTU1AOE4
  • G925R4TYU1AOE2 (US Cellular)
  • G925TUVU1COE6
  • G925FXXU1AOCY
  • G9250ZTU1AOE4
  • G925R4TYU1AOE2
  • SCV31KDU1AOCP
  • G9250ZCU1AOCH
  • G9250ZCU1AOE4
  • G925IDVU1AOE4
  • G925IDVU1BOE1
  • G925LKLU1AODC
  • G925IDVU1AOE3
  • G925IDVU1AOE2
  • G925KKKU1AODC
  • G925SKSU1AODC
  • G925W8VLU1AOE1
  • G925VVRU1AOE2

Warning:

AndroidBlog.GS will not be held responsible for any kind of damage occurred to your Galaxy S6 before or after the rooting process. Proceed at your own risk. You can still bring it back by flashing the stock firmware if you faced soft-brick.

Before Getting Started:

  • Create a proper backup of all your existing data and settings on the phone before proceeding to the installation guide using a recommended custom recovery.
  • Make sure that the battery level of the Galaxy S6 is at least above 80% before going ahead.

Required Files:

Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge using PingPong Root:

Step No 1:- First, download the PingPong Root Tool (Pingpongroot_beta6.apk) file from the above given link on the desktop of your PC or directly on Galaxy S6.

Step No 2:- Navigate to Settings > Lockscreen and Security and enable Unknown Sources option on your Galaxy S6/Galaxy S6 Edge.

Step No 3:- If you have downloaded the tool on your PC then connect the phone with it and copy/paste pingpongroot_beta6.apk to S6/S6 Edge device.

Step No 4:- Find the .APK file where you have copied on the phone and install it.

Step No 5:- After the installation is successfully completed, open the app drawer and run the PingPong Root app.

Step No 6:- It’ll prompt you to install SuperSU, install the app.

Step No 7:- You must have a working data connection, tap the Download Data button.

Step No 8:- Enable Airplane mode, once the device data is updated.

Step No 9:- Finally, tap on the Get Root! button and if you’re prompted for permissions, allow it.

Step No 10:- Reboot your device and let the file changes take effect.

Step No 11:- Run the SuperSU app after rebooting the phone.

That’s All! You’ve successfully rooted your Galaxy S6/S6 Edge using PingPong Root Tool. You can download the Root Checker app to confirm that either your device has been rooted or not.

Let us know in the comments area below if you have any query or trouble while rooting S6/S6 Edge with this amazing rooting app.

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12 Comments
  1. miguel says

    Hi I have a Tmile samsung s6 build number G920TUVU2COF6 and this method dosent root it it says “your device”data is still not supported.stay tuned… what can i do?

  2. joseph says

    I have the Verizon S6 Edge 128gb with build# LRX22G.G925VVRU2AOF1 And this method doesnt work. Is there anything i can do?

    1. osman says

      same. have you found a solution?

  3. Alex says

    I also have G925VVRU2AOF1 and it isn’t working for me. What do we have to do?

  4. Mitch says

    I’m in the boat with the G925VVRU2AOF1 folks. Seems to be an over the air update that has patched PingPong. Is there any word from developers as to when this might be fixed?

    1. Josh says

      According to update log on my phone i had version g925vvru1aoe2 prior to July 7. Now I have the G925VVRU2AOF1 version. Will performing a factory reset return the phone to it’s original OS build so we can root?

  5. Jg Decarie says

    I am looking to root G920w8vlu2aog2 baseband and the above list only has

    G920W8VLU1AOE1
    I am wondering if using this apk would work or if i risk bricking my S6 (not edge)?

    1. Adam Unrau says

      I’m in the same boat. Just bought my s6 recently and downloaded the G920W8VLU2AOG2 OTA without even thinking about rooting first, and now I either have to use Odin to downgrade to the stock firmware or wait for the next version of PingPong to be released.

  6. John Mark Wiggers says

    Ah, I would love to see this for the Active. I love my rugged phone and want to root properly. Any chance for a SM- G890A?

  7. Dennis Chavez Fuentes says

    help me plz!!

  8. Dennis Chavez Fuentes says

    They can help me I do not find my code is s6 egde….

  9. Kor Iander says

    Sorry, but I am confused.. so much information on sites like this etc. Is G920FXXU2BOFO rootable or not?

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