I take no credit other than compiling info and making a guide. All credit goes tohttp://forum.xda-developers.com/member.php?u=4911585 (br3w3r, Chainfire and Princecomsy)
Well, root has been achieved on all of the variants. All the information is spread, therefore I will compile it.
It is confirmed working for the G935T/A/ (All firmwares so far) can anyone verify it works for Verizon?
Complete Package with all needed files ( http://d-h.st/am7i – click the blue download link to avoids the ads. (Credit to billa)
ADB Files http://forum.xda-developers.com/show….php?t=2588979
Samsung Device Drivers http://developer.samsung.com/technic…000000117#none
http://d-h.st/gsDA Modified ODIN
https://download.chainfire.eu/968/Su….74-2-S7QC.zip Chainfire’s SuperSU
MAKE SURE TO BACKUP YOUR PHONE, YOU MAY NEED TO FACTORY RESET AFTER FLASHING THE ENGBOOT FILE. ( MAY BE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE DISABLED SYSTEM APPS)
1- Put your device in to download mode ( Power off— Hold Down arrow + Home + Power button)
2-Open the provided ODIN and where it says “AP” select and open the file “Samsung_G935x_QC_Rooted_BOOT.TAR” — FLASH it–
3- The phone should now reboot
easiest way to put it for flashing su.
1- make sure you have the adb toolkit installed( place it in the root of the “C:/” drive. Mine is “C:/adb”
2- place the superuser folder you downloaded in to c:/adb and rename it “super” to make things easier
3- open the command prompt. Either search for it or press windows key + r and type in “cmd”
4- once cmd is open, navigate to the “super” folder. To do so type cd c:/ , then type cd adb and finally type cd super
5- type in root.bat
You should now be rooted.
To remove the security warning, use a package disabler like titanium backup and disable SecurityLogAgent