If you are an aspiring writer and want to own something within the ball park of Tech Chomps one day with half a million monthly views, you might be interested in rooting your Samsung Galaxy E7 smartphone and then running the Servers Ultimate Pro application. The Servers Ultimate Pro app is similar to the popular KSWEB app, but it comes with more features — the main one being that you can run up to 60 types of servers directly from your smartphone. It’s an app that we wouldn’t recommend attempting to run unless your phone’s hardware can handle it, but that is also something we have come to expect from the performance of the best device out of the Samsung E series range.
The Servers Ultimate Pro application is available to install without root access, but to get the most out of the app and use all the features, you will need to root the Samsung Galaxy E7. Some of those features root access will open the doors to include VNC, VPN and Port Forwarders.
Files You Need
- Download the CF-Auto-Root file for the SM-E7000 device running Android 4.4.4 from here.
- Flashing the CF-Auto-Root package on the Samsung Galaxy E7 smartphone will trip the Knox security if your device is Knox enabled. You can check with your mobile service provider whether that means your warranty is void. Some service providers will allow you to root a device.
Rooting Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E7000 running Android 4.4.4 KitKat
- Enable the USB Debugging Mode on the Samsung Galaxy E7 handset, so you can connect to the computer and use the flashing tool to root your device.
- Extract the rooting package to the desktop of the computer to find two files inside: the Odin tool and the rooting exploit.
- Choose to run the Odin application as ad administrator by right-clicking the mouse on the file and then choosing that option from the list.
- Do not make any modification to the Odin default settings when the application opens on the computer.
- Boot the Samsung Galaxy E7 SM-E700 device to download mode and connect it to the computer with the USB cable.
- Wait for around 10 seconds to give the drivers a chance to start working and then check for a blue or yellow ID: COM port from the Odin application on the computer. No blue or yellow light coming from your port box says that your device is not connected properly because the drivers are not up to date. Installing the universal Windows ADB driver if that happens to you.
- Click the AP button and browse the desktop for the rooting file that popped out after you extracted the file in the beginning of the guide.
- Click the Start button and then wait for a few minutes until you get a green pass box showing up in the Odin application on the computer.
- Look over at the display of your Samsung Galaxy E7 smartphone and check for when it says your device is restoring the stock recovery,cleaning up and then about to reboot in 10 seconds.
- The Samsung Galaxy E7 smartphone will now reboot into recovery mode because it’s programmed that way by the CF-Auto-Root exploits developer. The rooting will now complete within the recovery mode and your device is ready to use with root access when it’s done.
In conclusion, that’s how to root the Samsung Galaxy E7 smartphone with the SM-E700 model number running on the Android 4.4.4 KitKat software update. Any device that did not make it to recovery mode will not be rooted. You can fix that problem by booting the Galaxy E7 to recovery mode using the hardware button combination for that mode after you get the green pass box on the Odin application.