How To Root Samsung Galaxy S8 Root

SSamsung Galaxy S8 Root (Snapdragon) Step by Step

  1. Download the SamPWND_S8_4File_Firm, the, and the
  2. Download Odin Prince Comsy and Normal Odin
  3. Extract SamPWND_S8_Firm to your desired destination (desktop works), then open Odin Prince Comsy, and place the files in their respective slot (BL –> BL, AP –> AP, CP–> CP, CSC–> CSC)
  4. In Odin, go to options and select, Auto Reboot, Re-Partition, F. Reset Time, Nand Erase All, and Phone Bootloader Update (This will wipe the device)
  5. Put Samsung Galaxy S8 into Download mode (Power + Volume Down + Bixby) A warning screen will come up warning you about flashing a custom os, to continue press Volume Up.
  6. Press Start in Odin (Flashing will begin, this can take up to 10 min)
  7. When complete device will reboot into recovery mode, at this point just select reboot system now.
  8. Complete the Setup, and accept device RSA Keys, to authorize adb (if popup is not there already, or you have dismissed it; please disconnect and reconnect phone, then accept)
  9. Now take the dowloaded in step one, and extract it to your adb install directory (usually C:adb)
  10. Navigate to adb directory and CTRL + Shift + Right Click, select open cmd window here
  11. Once you have cmd open and the extracted systemroot folder in your adb directory, we can begin.
  12. Type: adb push systemroot /data/local/tmp/systemroot
  13. When that completes type: adb shell
  14. Once in the shell type: chmod -R 0777 /data/local/tmp
  15. This next one is tricky, type: setsid su (the output will look like this: dreamqltesq:/ $ /system/bin/sh: No controlling tty: open /dev/tty: No such device or address
    /system/bin/sh: warning: won’t have full job control), you will then be in a very unstable root shell
  16. In order for this shell to become stable you must type exit, it will then drop you into a stable root shell, however this will probably take a few tries as most commands sent to the unstable shell are returned as gibberish. The shell itself will continue to change from standard user to root user, upon a press of the enter key. This will continue until exit is successfully ran and you are dropped into the stable shell (Note: Since the shell is changing from user to root after each command the exit command must be executed will the shell is root, otherwise instead of dropping to a root shell, you will drop to a user shell and have to begin with setsid su again)
  17. Once a stable root shell is achieved you will type: echo /data/local/tmp/systemroot/ > /sys/kernel/uevent_helper (this will remount system and rootfs as r/w)
  18. Wait 10 sec and type: mount (confirm that system is mounted as r/w)
  19. Now we will execute the script, type: sh /data/local/tmp/systemroot/ (there will be some errors displayed back to you in adb, don’t worry about them everything is going accordingly)
  20. When the script is done running your device will reboot, and at this point you are done. However, although root has been achieved it is not the smoothest/most stable, but we have a remedy for that as well!

Part Two

  1. With your device still connected to the computer** Take the downloaded from step one, and either put it on your device’s internal storage or sdcard
  2. Take your stock firmware of choice, and extract it to your desktop. From this you will take the system.img.ext4 and either put it on your device’s inter storage or sdcard
  3. Download flashfire from the Play Store
  4. Open flashfire and grant root permissions (this must be done with airplane mode enabled), exit flashfire
  5. Open SuperSU, go to settings, scroll to the bottom, and enable pro features. Reopen SuperSU, select flashfire, and force user ROOT
  6. Open flashfire again, and select flash firmware package (choose system.img.ext4)
  7. Select flash ZIP or OTA (choose Under options for the zip make sure to select mount /system read/write!!
  8. Select wipe and make sure the top 3 options are selected, press the check in the right hand corner
  9. This next step is very important! There is a specific order that these are supposed to be in, from top to bottom: WIPE –> Flash Firmware Package –> Flash ZIP or OTA. If your order is not this, hold down on wipe like it is an appand drag it to the top of the list. Make sure it is in that order before pressing the flash button!
  10. Select EverRoot from main screen and under options disable inject SuperSU
  11. Press the lightning bolt to begin flashing, and wait for your device to reboot
  12. Congratulations you now have a very smooth/fast/stable stock rom, with root. Enjoy!!

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XDA:DevDB Information
SamPWND, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy S8

ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
ROM Kernel: Linux 4.x

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 1.0
Stable Release Date: 2017-08-19
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