The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has been receiving the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow as we speak. Meaning, some of the variants have already received the update officially from Samsung and some variants are just about to receive it. So if you see no such action yet, then check out S6 Edge+ Marshmallow posts. Moving to the topic, the root procedure has now been confirmed working by some of the users. So download the files from the download section and check out how to root Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus on Marshmallow.

First, you will need to flash the CF-AutoRoot for your device using the Odin software. Once that is done, flash the TWRP listed below using the same Odin method and then flash the latest SuperSU package. The SuperSU apk file may cause lag. So if you still don’t gain root, then install the APK update binaries and uninstall it again.

Note: The recommended TWRP recovery is the Note 5 device. However, it works for S6 Edge+ without any errors.

Warning: Once you root or install a custom package, your warranty may be void and trip knox for Samsung. We at AndroidSage won’t be liable for any damage to your Android device. Reader’s discretion is advised.

Downloads Galaxy S6 Root Files:

  • Download TWRP and SpaceX Kernel for your S6 and S6 variant:
  • TWRP (recommended .tar extension) → Download | File: twrp-3.0.0-0-nobleltezt.img.tar 27.2M
  • TWRP for S6 Edge+ [May not work with all variants] → Link
  • CF-AutoRoot → Download
  • Flash SuperSU →
  • SuperSU APK → SuperSU-2.67.apk
  • Odin Software → Download [Mirror] | File:
  • Samsung Galaxy Drivers → Download | File: (15.3MB)

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

First, download all the necessary files from the download section [CF-AotoRoot, TWRP, SuperSU, SuperSU apk]. Now transfer these files to your device’s internal storage and SpaceX and TWRP on PC. Follow the sequence to successfully flash the ROM.

Step 1: Reboot into the bootloader or Odin mode on your S6 device. To do so, turn your phone off completely and press the volume down, home and power buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.

Step 2: Now open Odin software on your PC and connect your Galaxy device to your computer. Make sure you are on Marshmallow, if not then flash the MM bootloader first.

Step 3: Click on AP and flash the CF-AutoRoot (use the latest kernel file). Following this, flash the TWRP 3.0. To do so, boot into Odin mode and select AP and flash the TWRP recovery. (Note: It’s recommended that you create a backup before you proceed.) To know how to flash the TWRP using Odin, get here.

Step 4: Now reboot into the TWRP recovery. To do so, turn your phone off completely and press the volume down and power buttons simultaneously for a few seconds.

Step 5: Once into the TWRP recovery, backup everything. Now tap on “Install” and flash the SuperSU zip file. (

Step 6: Once you flash all the necessary files, it’s time to install the SuperSU apk to grant root access. Turn the device on and just install it.

Enjoy root access on your latest Marshmallow firmware. If the device lags or heats up, then simply uninstall the SuperSU APK file. Like and share us on social media. If you need any help, then comment down below.

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