Root Samsung Galaxy A32 SM-A325M – Android 11 R

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Root Samsung Galaxy A32 SM-A325M

Below, you will discover how to root the Galaxy A32 SM-A325M using pc, and how to install a superuser. Before you go forward with the tutorial on how to Root Galaxy A32 SM-A325M, please read all of the warnings below. Do not proceed if you do not want KNOX to be triggered or if you do not want your data to be erased.

Today, let’s see how it is possible to obtain root permissions on our Galaxy A32 SM-A325M and make the necessary distinctions to clarify once and for all what these permissions are for and how to get them depending on the ROM you have.

Why should I root my Android mobile?

The main reason for rooting the mobile is that it allows us to configure and modify any phone section. This means everything concerning the operating system can be changed without any problem; we can demand more from the hardware if we wish. In addition, we will have total freedom to install custom ROMs; it will be possible to uninstall factory applications, block ads when browsing, and much more.

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Galaxy A32 SM-A325M Root File Details:

Device: Galaxy A32 SM-A325M
Android ver: Android 11 R
Firmware Ver: A325MUBU1AUB7
Size: 15.5 MB
[quads id=2]

Note: The baseband version must match the version of the root file.

How To Root Galaxy A32 SM-A325M:

Unlock Galaxy A32 SM-A325M bootloader:

1: Enable OEM unlock. To do so, go to Settings > Developer options and tap on OEM unlocking.

OEM unlocking

2: Go to Settings > About Phone > Software Information and quickly tap 7 times on Build Number to enable Developer Options. Go to Developer options and make sure that OEM unlocking is greyed out.

3: Open the EFTSU Flash Tool.

4: From the top, click on Select File and then choose the Galaxy A32 SM-A325M root file.

5: Boot your device into download mode, press Volume Down + Volume Up, and connect the USB cable.

Samsung devices on download mode

6: Press Flash to start Flash.

7: After booting up the device, install the EFTSU Manager app.

8: Then, from the EFTSU Flash tool, we click on Reboot ADB Device to Root Mode (Recovery Mode).

9: Open the EFTSU Manager app to get the root when the boot is complete.

Now you have ROOT on Galaxy A32 SM-A325M. You have everything you need to personalize and push your smartphone.

If you have any doubts, questions, problems, or anything else, leave a comment at the end of the article and we will help you as soon as possible!

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