Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 Android 4.4.4

Samsung has released the upgraded version of Samsung Galaxy Mega named as Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 back in September 2014. As the device is an upgraded version there are a lot of improvements in the device which range from the size of the display to processor. The device sports a huge 6″ display with a density of ~245 ppi. The device is powered by a Exynos Quad-Core processor coupled with 1.5 GB of Ram and an internal storage of 16 GB. You can expand the storage upto 64 GB with the help of SD card. The device comes shipped with Android 4.4.4 out of the box. So if you own the device and searching for a guide to Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 then this guide on “How to Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 Android 4.4.4” will surely help you.

Galaxy Mega 2


The main reason for rooting your Mega 2 is that the device comes with a lot of bloatware which makes the device laggy in long run. So to remove the bloatware from the device you need to root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2. Rooting helps you to get administrative access over the device so that you can modify the core system files according to your needs. This guide will show you the step by step procedure to root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2.  However we at TheGeekDaily are not responsible for your bricked devices and damaged SD Cards, This guide is for educational purposes only.

Prerequisites to Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2

  • Make sure that your device is Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 and running Android 4.4.4
  • Make sure that drivers are installed on your computer.
  • Make sure that your device is charged at least 69%
  • Enable USB Debugging on your device.
  • Backup important data on your device before rooting the device.
  • Download the rooting file from here.

Follow the below procedure to root your device. Don’t even skip a single step mentioned in the article.

Procedure Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2

  • Download the Rooting file and extract it anywhere on your computer.
  • Now turn off your device.
  • Now you need to boot the device into download mode. To do this you can press Zoom Left and Power button same time for 5-10 seconds until you are in download mode.
  • Once you are in Download Mode you will see a yellow triangle ignore it and Zoom Right.
  • Now navigate to the extracted folder and run Odin as administrator.
  • Now connect your device to the computer and wait for a minute or two as it takes time for drivers to install.
  • You get a Successfully added message in the lower pane.
  • Next Click on the PDA button and select “CF-Auto-Root.tar” file from the extracted folder.
  • Press the start button and the flashing starts. Flashing takes not more than a minute or two.
  • After successful flashing you get a Pass message.
  • Restart the device and check Super SU is located in applications.

That’s it, you have successfully rooted Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 by following our guide on “How to Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 Android 4.4.4” . If you got stuck at any step of the tutorial, do let us know via comments so that we can help you out.

7 thoughts on “Root Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 Android 4.4.4

  • April 5, 2015 at 6:29 am

    Fail to root, even follow all the steps.
    The current version I use in Mega 2 as below:-

    Android Version:

    Basedband version:

    Kernel version
    dpi@SWDD5621 #1
    Mon Oct 20 13:34:53 KST 2014

    Build Number:

    SE for Android status:
    Mon Feb 02 13:24:08 2015

  • January 5, 2015 at 5:11 pm

    This tutorial for SM-G750H or SM-G750F ?
    this tutorial are same with the other site but the diferent is between your device code ..

    if you test this in sm-g750f .. this will failed with sm-g750h

  • December 31, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    i follow every instruction very well. i even compare the step with other web. still fail.. and i havent see any comment stating that their rooting are successful with this.. So, if there’s a any successful Mega 2 rooting out there, please email me ( your tips/info.. thank you

  • December 10, 2014 at 10:16 pm

    While in Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 download mode, the device shows the following menu :

    reboot system now
    apply update from ADB
    apply update from external storage
    wipe data factory reset
    wipe cache partition
    apply update from cache

    If I use Odin to root the device by connecting it to PC, which option should be chose ?

  • November 20, 2014 at 2:33 pm

    Hello I am trying to root my Samsung galaxy mega 6.3 from Metro PCS. Do yo know how to do it?

  • October 10, 2014 at 1:31 am

    Did you try this root by yourself or just print without check? FILED!!! big red letters in Odin. Thank you so much, I have a brick from my new phone. It is 5th phone I’ve rooted and 1st filed,thanks to you.
    I have notification on the phone – Firmware upgrade encountered an issue. Please select recjvery mode in Kies and try again. Kies of course does not see it at all.
    Any help from you?

    • October 10, 2014 at 7:18 pm

      Yes I tried it before posting here and I didn’t encountered any issues with my device. Are you sure that you followed the instructions carefully ???


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