Well when it comes to rooting your Android devices, the developers at XDA as considered to have mastered the art! Chianfire who has a recognition of rooting Galaxy S flagships have once again hit the market through Samsung’s yet to be launched Galaxy S5. Chainfire has done this through ODIN and CF-Auto-Root. The tool will install SuperSu prior to restoring the stock recovery so that users can gain the root access on the device in just few minutes. However, this procedure of root is applicable only to the LTE-A model of the device that has a model number SM-G900F so other variants are not compatible.
With just two weeks of official launch of the device on April 11, we assume that Chainfire will also make this root available to other variants of the latest flagship. Initially, people would not just jump to the rooting option without exploring the true possibilities of the smartphone. But once they think they have this way. Get the necessary tools required for rooting here from XDA. We would still like to warn you that rooting has some risk involved that voids your warranty with the device.