A rooting method based on the ODIN that works on every Samsung device is best described as the CF- Auto Root process. Any Samsung Android fanatic is absolutely familiar with this term for rooting.
Developed by the Chainfire, a senior XDA developer, this tool has opened an entirely new world of the root. This is the easiest way out to implement the process on the Samsung devices.
The CF-Auto-Root is basically for the new users and lets you be near the stocks as much possible. It works on more than 300 Samsung models like (Galaxy S1, S2, Galaxy S3, S4, Note 2, Note 4, Galaxy Note, and various other tablet’s model) on more recent firmwares support, in conjunction with Android 6.0 firmwares and Android 5.1.
Created on a robotic system, CF-Auto-Root creates an inventory of the recovery images. The rooting packages are created to activate and install the SuperSU to give root access to the applications. It automatically returns the recovered images.
You get 2 files – the ODIN flash file and the ODIN PDA file in the archive
In ODIN, you need to flash the CF-Auto-Root package as PDA and your device must be rebooted into a customized recovery mode which is indicated by big Android logo of red color.
The SuperSU binary APK is installed to reinstate the data recovery, and get back your Android by rebooting.
If this process doesn’t work out and the red logo for Android doesn’t appear, you must manually recover by booting.
Are you aware how to boot? Just hold the Power+VolUp+Home buttons for a while or try the boot loader (ADB reboot recovery)
It may also happen that the red Android logo appears but the SuperSU doesn’t appear. Often due to erroneous setting or old files left over such a thing might happen. In such cases, it is advised to download and install SuperSU. Getting it from the Google Play Store is the best way to proceed at such stage.
With the use of this process, the flash counters can be enhanced and increased. You can also trip the Knox security guarantee ensign.