There are many rooted apps that will appeal to Samsung users, but none stand out more than the Triangle Away application. You see, Samsung devices have this unique triangle that is visible if you flash custom firmware on your device and many people dislike having that triangle. The mastermind behind many of the Samsung rooting guide, Chainfire, has come up with a way in which we can remove the triangle. Fittingly, you must root your device and then install the Triangle Away application that is available from the Google Play Store and you’re done.

Here’s what you need to do to root the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 smartphone and then install the Triangle Away application.

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2

Files You Need

  1. Download the rooting exploit you need from Chainfire on this page.
  2. Download the universal ADB driver from this page.
  3. Download the latest Odin flashing tool version from this page.
  4. The following guide to root the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM-G7105L is made based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat. It’s best to downgrade to Android 4.4.2 Kitkat so you do not risk any bricking. There is a chance Google patch this exploit in future software updates.

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 SM-G7105L

  1. Extract the Odin and rooting packages on the desktop of the computer.
  2. Run the Odin flashing tool so it’s open on the desktop.
  3. Turn off the Galaxy Grand 2 and reboot it up in the download mode. Get in the download mode by pressing the Volume Down + Home + Power and then press the Volume Up button when it says to do so on the display.
  4. Connect the Galaxy Grand 2 to the computer using the USB cable.
  5. Wait for the ID: COM port to change colors — now you know the driver is working.
  6. Click the AP button in the Odin flashing tool user-interface and upload the rooting package from the desktop.
  7. Click the Start button and wait for the pass box to light up in the top of the Odin user-interface.
  8. Unplug from the computer and reboot your device.

Head directly to the Google Play Store and start installing the apps you have been waiting to try. You might want to start with the root checker app to check it did work.