Flash and Root Samsung Galaxy S9 SM-G960F, SM-G960, SM-G960F
Flash and Root Samsung Galaxy S9. This is something you need to do on your android phone. In this article we will guide you to flash and root Galaxy S9 for any of these models SM-G960F, SM-G960, SM-G960F, SM-G960U, SM-G960W, SM-G9600, SM-G960U1, SM-G960N, SCV38, SM-G960X. But first…
What is Samsung Galaxy S9?
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is a mobile device that was announced in February 2018 and launched in March of that year. It weighs 163 grams, is 147.7 mm long, 68.7 mm wide and 8.5 mm thick. It has a Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen of 5.8 inches in size and resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels.
Inside it has an Octa-core CPU (4×2.7 GHz Mongoose M3 & 4×1.8 GHz Cortex-A55) for EMEA or an Octa-core (4×2.8 GHz Kryo 385 Gold & 4×1.7 GHz Kryo 385 Silver) for USA/LATAM, China. It also has an internal memory of 64GB with 4GB RAM, 128GB with 4GB RAM or 256GB with 4GB RAM. It has an Exynos 9810 (10 nm) chipset for EMEA or a Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 (10 nm) for USA/LATAM, China.
It has a slot for microSD card up to 1 TB. On the outside it has a 12MP main camera with capacity to record video of up to 2160p at 60fps and a front camera of 8MP with video capacity of up to 1440p at 30fps. It has iris scanner, fingerprint (mounted on the back), accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, compass, barometer, heart rate, SpO2. Includes a 3000 mAh Li-On battery with a rapid charge of 15W. Available in models SM-G960F, SM-G960, SM-G960F, SM-G960U, SM-G960W, SM-G9600, SM-G960U1, SM-G960N, SCV38, SM-G960X.
In its different models it comes with colors like Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Titanium Grey, Lilac Purple, Bordeaux Red, Sunrise Gold, Ice Blue.
The operating system is Android 8.0 (Oreo), upgradeable to Android 9.0 (Foot). The Samsung Galaxy S9 is running Android 8.0. Therefore, they are the first Samsung phones to start the official Oreo firmware from scratch. Now there is a new version of Samsung Experience on top of Google’s operating system: it is 9.0 compared to 8.5 on the Note8 and 8.1 on the S8.
The lock screen has the usual camera and bookmark shortcuts (which you can reassign to any application), is AOD direct to the home screen, whether you choose to unlock the fingerprints, or the face, or the iris, or the new smart scan mode (combination of face and iris).
With the fingerprint reader now repositioned it is a much more viable option than previous phones with an 8 in their names. The setup process is even easier too – you can now register a fingerprint with a single pass on the sensor. Don’t worry, there is no need to swipe your finger to unlock as in the Galaxy S5 and note 4. The unlocking is quite fast – it’s not the fastest, but it’s not a problem at all.
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Which model is my Samsung Galaxy S9?
You need to know the exact model of your phone to flash and root Samsung Galaxy S9. To do this, simply go to your phone’s Settings – About Phone and look at the model number for the SM-G960F, SM-G960, SM-G960F, SM-G960U, SM-G960W, SM-G9600, SM-G960U1, SM-G960N, SCV38, SM-G960X. If you can’t turn on your device normally you can see its model in its respective instruction manual.
Flash and Root Samsung Galaxy S9
Flash Galaxy S9
Here are the detailed instructions for flash Galaxy S9.
- Click on the image below with the Android logo to follow the step-by-step tutorial on how to Flash Galaxy S9.
Root Process for Galaxy S9
Now these are the instructions for you to root Galaxy S9.
- Click on the image below to follow the step-by-step tutorial of How to Root Galaxy S9
You’ve completed the process of flash and root Samsung Galaxy S9. Now you have full control over your cell phone’s performance. Plus the ability to uninstall applications that you don’t use much and take up space on your phone. Also install applications that need Root permission and many more possibilities.
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