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The Samsung Galaxy E7 sports a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED 720p screen, a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel main camera, 5-megapixel front-facing cam, 16GB of expandable internal storage space, and a 2,950mAh battery. The operating system is Android KitKat topped off with the latest Samsung TouchWiz UI.
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Dual SIM
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LTE Network
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Stand-by Time
Talk time
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Infrared port
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8 GB, 1 GB RAM
Call records
Card slot
Email Client
3.5mm jack
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What is needed to root the Samsung Galaxy E7?

In order to root the Samsung Galaxy E7 you will need the following.

  • The Samsung Galaxy E7 you want to root in your hand.
  • A PC.

Step 1 – Download the USB drivers for the Samsung Galaxy E7 for your PC

In order for your PC to recognise the Samsung Galaxy E7 as part of the rooting process you first must download and install the USB drivers on to your PC.

You can download the USB drivers for the Samsung Galaxy E7 from here.

Once you have downloaded them run the main program file to make sure the drivers are installed.

Step 2 – Download the Odin rooting program

In order to root the Samsung Galaxy E7 using the root file given in the next step you must first download Odin which is what will be used to install the root file on to the Samsung Galaxy E7 and perform the rooting process.

You can download Odin from here.

Once downloaded extract the file to a convenient location such as the desktop.

Step 3 – Download the Samsung Galaxy E7 root file

Now that we have installed the Samsung Galaxy S4 USB drivers and downloaded Odin we now need to download the root package to be used for the rooting process.

You can download the Samsung Galaxy E7 root package from here.  Make sure you save it in an easy to find location such as the desktop and extract it to its own folder.

You will have two files.  A step 1 file and a step 2 file.

Step 4 – Enable USB debugging on the Samsung Galaxy E7

In order for your PC to recognise the Samsung Galaxy E7 when you plug it in to perform rooting you must first enable USB debugging on the phone itself.  This is done by doing the following.

  1. Tap the Settings option.
  2. Tap the About Phone option.
  3. Keep tapping the Build Number option (seven times) until it says you are a developer.
  4. Tap the new Developer Options menu that appears.
  5. Make sure that the USB Debugging option is checked.

Step 5 – Root the Samsung Galaxy E7

Now that we have all we need it is time to root the Samsung Galaxy E7.  Before we can do that you must first put the Samsung Galaxy E7 in to Download mode which can be done using the following steps.

  1. Make sure the Samsung Galaxy E7 is powered off completely.
  2. Hold down the Volume down key and the Home key and the power button and keep all three buttons pressed until the Samsung Galaxy E7 powers up.
  3. Providing you have done it correctly it should boot in to Download mode and you press the Volume up key to start Download mode.
  4. Connect the Samsung Galaxy E7 now to your PC.
  5. Run the Odin software you downloaded in step 4.
  6. Inside Odin click the AP option and browse on your computer to the step 1 tar root file you extracted in step 4.
  7. Inside Odin click Start to begin the root process.

The process will take a few moments after which the Samsung Galaxy E7 will restart itself and complete the rooting process – Do not remove the Samsung Galaxy E7 from your PC during this time.

Once the device reboots the Samsung Galaxy E7 should then be rooted.

Enable Power Saving Mode:

  1. Tap "Apps" from the home screen
  2. Go to "Settings"
  3. Under "System" tap "Power saving "> "Power saving mode"
  4. Turn the power saving switch "ON"
  5. To customize how power saving works, you can enable / disable "block background data", "restrict performance" etc.

Adjust the Screen Brightness and Timeout Duration:

  1. Tap "Apps" > "Settings"
  2. Tap "Display" under "Quick Settings"
  3. Tap "Brightness" and disable "Automatic brightness" if necessary
  4. Drag the brightness slider to the left and tap "OK"
  5. Tap "Screen timeout" and select a lower value

Disable Wi-Fi, HotSpot, Bluetooth & GPS:

NOTE: You can gain more battery life from your phone if you disable connectivity whenever it's not in use. This applies to Wi-Fi, HotSpot, GPS and Bluetooth

  1. Tap "Apps" on the home screen
  2. Go to "Settings"
  3. Under "Network Connections" tap "Tethering & Mobile Hotspot"
  4. Disable "Mobile Hotspot" and return to the home screen
  5. Swipe the "Notification" bar down
  6. Tap the quick toggles associated with "Bluetooth", "Wi-Fi" and "Location" to disable these features

Change Sync Settings for Apps:

NOTE: Setting your apps to sync less data or less frequently can improve your phone's battery performance

  1. Go to "Settings" and swipe to "User and Backup"
  2. Tap "Accounts"
  3. Access the "Accounts" tab and select the type of account to adjust settings for
  4. Tap the "user name" or "email address" at the top of the screen for more sync settings

Disable Background Data:

  1. Tap "Apps" on the home screen
  2. Go to "Settings"
  3. Swipe to "Network Connections"
  4. Tap "Data usage" and press "Menu"
  5. Mark the check box next to "Restrict background data"

Minimize the Use of Third Party Apps:

NOTE: Some third party apps can affect your phone's battery performance even when they are not running. This can happen when apps run processes in the background. To disable or remove 3rd party apps:

  1. Access the phone's "Settings" menu
  2. Swipe to "Applications" and tap "Application manager"
  3. Go to the "Downloaded" tab
  4. Select an app and tap "Disable"
  5. To completely remove the app, tap "Uninstall"

Switch from 4G to 2G Connectivity:

  1. Go to the phone's "Settings" menu and swipe to "Network Connections"
  2. Tap "More networks" > "Mobile networks"
  3. Tap "Network mode"
  4. Select "GSM only" to restrict 4G
  5. To re-enable 4G, select either "LTE / WCDMA / GSM (auto connect)" or "WCDMA / GSM (auto connect)"

Keep Your Phone Updated:

NOTE: Certain software updates can include improvements to power management and battery life. It's recommended to keep your phone up to date. To check for updates:

  1. Tap "Apps"
  2. Access "Settings"
  3. Swipe to "System" and tap "About device"
  4. Tap "Software update"
  5. If an update is available follow the on-screen instructions to apply it

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