This document created at Feb 3, 2023, 8:39:09 AM and modified at Feb 21, 2023, 12:31:15 PM.
In this help, we are going to give you step-by-step instructions on how to use the Chimera Autoroot function.
Chimera Autoroot works on most of our supported Samsung phones, based on our tests it works up to the latest software versions on Android 13.
To perform the Autoroot, the bootloader of the phone must be opened and you need to connect your phone in ADB/ Download mode and click on the Software Repair/ Update tab then on Firmware update.
Here you will be able to choose firmwares from our selection by entering the country, provider, and version. Once you selected the firmware enable the Autoroot option and press Start.
You can also use your own files that are downloaded to your computer, in this case, click on Load Firmware from File. select the file and enable the Autoroot option again.
Now, Chimera will start flashing and rooting the phone.After the firmwares are unpacked you will have to confirm that you want to perform the Autoroot by clicking "Do Autoroot".
Once the operation is finished successfully, the phone will restart and you need to go through the setup wizard. Now, you can test the root status of the phone with any root checker application (Root Checker) or using a terminal ADB Shell -->Su -->If you see the # prompt that means the phone is rooted.
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