Before even few hours left to launch event of Samsung Galaxy Note 7, One of the Senoir Member by name on XDA has released a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 System dump For Developers.
Please read the post at – Source
Senior Member has comeup with the procedure to root BLU R1 HD mobile phone.
Please proceed further with caution…
Download this file, flash the included recovery that Antonio made with the included scatter file Bullet made. Make sure you are using the latest SP Flash Tools V. 1628. Please note this is only for the Prime variant, the vanilla variant recovery will be coming soon. MrMazak will probably post about that.
Also note this was only tested on the 16gb variant of the Prime Phone. We are not sure if this will work on the 8gb variant. Flash at your own risk!
Extract the contents of the zip I posted to the same directory. They must be in the same directory to work. Turn off your R1 and unplug it from your PC.
To flash with SP Flash Tools, simply open the tool, load the scatter file you got from the zip, and a check box should be next to the recovery section of the flashing screen. Make sure flashing is set to Download Only, and click Download. Make sure your R1 is completely off, and plug it in to your computer. After a second or so it will start flashing.
Read Full Process at – Thread
These are the instructions to root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920P (running on android 6.0.1, built id MMB29K.G920PVPU3CPB6) using Odin on Windows Computer.
Requirements: Your Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920P should have atleast 30-40 percent of battery to perform the rooting process.
Root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920P using Odin
StepÂ 1:Â Download and Install Samsung USB Driver on your computer. If Samsung USB Driver is already installed on your computer then Skip this Step.
StepÂ 2:Â Download and extract the root files on your computer. After extracting you will be able to see the following files:
Read Full Article at – https://androidmtk.com/root-samsung-galaxy-s6-sm-g920p
Wanam gave an explanation in the forums:
For people who are still asking why I pulled out the App, it’s simply because Google does not allow playing with Samsung security stuff anymore: Knox, secure storage, Device status… my module will become useless if i remove those features, so i decided to unpublish my other modules as well, and will keep updating them on the Xposed repository.
This was one of the reasons I didn’t push my L update of the module to the PlayStore months ago, i need my dev account and i don’t want to put it in any kind of troubles.