How To Root Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 A720F Nougat 7.0 Security U2 Tested Safe method

How To Root Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 A720F Nougat 7.0 Security U2 Tested Safe method

Root Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 A720F Nougat 7.0 CF Auto Root Tested method Security Version U2.
How To Root Samsung Galaxy A7 2017 A720F Nougat 7.0 Security U2 Tested Safe method

You wonder what it means security level Ux!!!
Lets explain: 
For Example, Name of Csc/AP/CP for A720F is  A720FXXU2XXXX OR A720FXXS2XXXX
If you Find one of two symbols S2 Or U2 , It means your phone security level is 
*You can root the phone without any problem if phone security is  2
*Phone security is more then level 2, you can root using this file but its'nt sure to work properly (do it at your own risk).

Where can I find Csc/AP/CP File Name
  • Just go to setting==about phone==software information.
  • Or From recovery mode, you will find the CSC Name on top of the screen.

Here is everything you need for root Samsung Galaxy A7 7:
  • smartphones running on the Android Nougat 7.0 
  • A720F model number and a flashing software known as Odin.

  • The following guide will root the Samsung Galaxy A7 7 when it is running the Android Nougat 7.0 update. Do not follow this guide if you have any other model number, or else the developer clearly states that your could very well end up bricking the device.
  • You must be running a version of Windows to use this guide or else the flashing tool will not work. You can use any version of Windows ranging from XP and up with the exception of some of the Windows RT versions that come with some of the Microsoft Surface tablets.
  • Download the Samsung USB Drivers directly to the computer you are using for the guide for the Samsung Galaxy A7 7 smartphone.
  • Unlock the Developer Options menu on your smartphone if it needs unlocking by tapping on the Settings icon > About Device > Build Number. Keep on tapping over the build number and do not stop until it says you are using the device as a developer. Those of you who get no response might already have the Developer Options menu unlocked.
  • Enter the Developer Options menu on the Samsung Galaxy smartphone by tapping on the Settings icon > Developer Options and then turn on the USB Debugging Mode by tapping the box with the same USB Debugging name, so there is a checkmark in the box. Navigate out of the Developer Options menu and the Android Nougat operating system will now remember your preferences.

Root package (contains odin software) download link From Here
Install Smart Switch for install latest samsung drivers from here.



1-If your phone running marshmallow or newest android OS, you need to deactivate OEM option from setting/developer options/OEM unlock.

2-Download the CF-Auto-Root tool for the A7 7 on Android Nougat 7.0 from download area

3-Extract the rooting package to the desktop of the computer.
4-Double-click on the Odin executable file that is on the desktop.
5-Connect the Samsung Galaxy smartphone to the computer with the USB cable when you have it in the download mode (Vlume down+home+power buttons) a bleu screen shows up, Press volume up to enter download mode.

6-Check that you get a blue or yellow ID: COM port color coming from the Odin user interface which is there to let you know that your device is detected.

7-Click the AP button and browse the desktop for the rooting package.
Do not change any of the default settings from the Odin user interface.
Click the Start button and wait until the Odin user interface gives you a green pass message inside a box.

8-Click on Start button, wait till the end of root process.

9-It takes between one to two munites for phone to fully powers on. when it does just check the Supersu app in the applications menu.
*Congratulation, your phone is succefully rooted.

Some newest samsung phones require format after root process, After format don't forget to deactivte OEM option again, it's highly recommanded to do that before enter your Gmail ID.

In conclusion, that is how to root Samsung Galaxy smartphones running on the Android Nougat 7.0 updates by using an updated version of the CF-Auto-Root package provided by Chainfire. The CF-Auto-Root tool, regardless of which version you are using for a device, will always enable the SuperSU app on your smartphone. The only difference is which version of the SuperSU and how it is going to install that SuperSU on your device.