In recent weeks the known Chainfire developer has had to work overtime to keep up with the many new products introduced on the market, from the first developer preview of Android N to the many new smartphones presented at MWC 2016 in Barcelona.
After updating SuperSU, the package that allows you to gain root permissions, making it compatible with Android N, the developer has also upgraded CF-Auto-Root, a method which allows you to obtain root permissions on most Samsung devices.
This will not serve long and complicated procedures to obtain permits root on the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Galaxy Edge, although Chainfire recalls that its method requires an unlocked bootloader, since the procedure is running on a device with bootloader locked may lead to a complete brick.
The instructions to root Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge are available on our forum by using the links at end of article. As always remember that these are operations that go to void your warranty and may damage your smartphone.
Perform a preventive backup of the data and proceed with the operation only if you believe you are able to complete them properly, in order not to end up with an expensive paperweight. You can find the instructions and also resources on our forum, using the guide linked below.