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Rooting Samsung Galaxy S6 without Knox trip, with a single click

PingPongRoot is one of the new tools, that is developed to root Samsung Galaxy S6 without affecting the KNOX. By using this tool, there is no need to flash any files on the device or not to use tools such as ODIN on your personal computer.samsung-galaxy-s6-root

The entire credits go to idler1984, a popular XDA member, who developed this tool. This is one of the fastest ways to root Samsung Galaxy S6 without tripping KNOX. The KNOX counter voids the warranty of the device, and using this method will make you to root without tripping the actual counter.

The best part of using this tool is that, this tool will work on all sorts of Samsung Galaxy S6 variants, which includes Verizon and AT&T too. In the meanwhile, there is also another way to root the phone. But, the same will take more time while comparing to the current method and also all other methods will affect the KNOX counter present in the device. The method doesn’t need ODIN and also following ROMs are supported in this method:

  • G9200ZCU1AOD5
  • G9200ZHU1AOD3
  • G9200ZHU1AOD9
  • G920R4TYU1AOD3
  • G920IDVU1AOD1
  • G9209KEU1AOCI
  • G9209KEU1AODA
  • G9208ZMU1AOD5
  • G9208ZMU1AOCI
  • G920FXXU1AOD9
  • G920AUCU1AOCE (yes, AT&T supported)

Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 without affecting KNOX:

Step 1: In order to precede the rooting process, you need to download the tool on your personal computer. Download the file from the link and extract the folder.

Step 2: After extracting, you can able to see pingpongroot_beta2.apk, in your personal computer, move it to S6 internal memory.

Step 3: Using File Manager, Install the application on your device.

Step 4: Open the application and hit “Get Root” button.

That’s all; your device has been rooted. Using KingRoot Application, you can check whether your device has rooted or not. Make sure, you have correctly done the above procedure and root your Samsung Galaxy S6 without any sorts of hassles.

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