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Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE 32 GB SM-G925W8/ G925T Brand New Unlocked Blue

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The Galaxy S6 Edge is powered by an octa-core Samsung-made chip built on a 14 nm node, complemented by an ARM Mali-T760 GPU. As for the rest of the specs, we are looking at a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a super high resolution of 1440 x 2560 (577 ppi), 3GB of RAM, a choice between 32 GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB of internal storage, a 16-megapixel rear camera with a wider F1.9 aperture, and a 5-megapixel front-facing selfie snapper.

Title name detail
2G Network
Quad Band GSM
3G Network
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 - SM-G925T
Announced 2015, Q1
Approx Availability
Released, April 10th, 2015
Dual SIM
Form factor
LTE Network
LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700), 18(800), 19(800), 20(800), 26(850) - SM-G925F LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700) - SM-G925T LTE band
Nano Sim
142.1 x 70.1 x 7 mm (5.59 x 2.76 x 0.28 in)
142.1 mm
7 mm
132 g (4.66 oz)
70.1 mm
-Corning Gorilla Glass 4 back panel -TouchWiz UI -Fingerprint sensor (PayPal certified) - IP67 certified - dust and water resistant - Water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes - Samsung Pay (Visa, MasterCard certified)
Display Colors
16M colors
Display Size
5.1 inches
Display Technology
1440 x 2560 pixels,
Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen
Battery Type
-Non-removable Li-Ion 2550 mAh battery
Stand-by Time
Talk time
Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, Auto HDR, panorama
LED flash
Primary Camera
16 MP, 3456 x 4608 pixels, optical image stabilization, autofocus
Secondary Camera
5 MP, 1080p@30fps, dual video call, Auto HDR
2160p@30fps, 1080p@60fps, 720p@120fps, HDR, dual-video rec.
3G Speed
HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps
4G Speed
LTE Cat6 300/50 Mbps
v4.0, A2DP, EDR, LE, apt-X
Infrared port
microUSB v3.0 (MHL 3 TV-out), USB Host
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Additional Features
- Wireless charging (Qi-enabled) - market dependent - ANT+ support - S-Voice natural language commands and dictation - Smart stay, Smart pause, Smart scroll - Air gestures - Dropbox (50 GB cloud storage) - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic - MP4
Exynos 7420 64 Bit
Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57
Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, Beidou
Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Android OS, v5.0.2 (Lollipop)
Processor Type
Octa Core
Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, gesture, heart rate
Call records
Card slot
microSD, up to 128 GB
32 GB, 3 GB RAM
3.5mm jack
Alert types
Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones

Before You Begin

As a heads up, this method utilizes a kernel exploit, which means the loophole that it's using to root your device will probably be closed soon. For instance, with the Galaxy S5, a similar method called Towelroot came out, and within a couple of months, it had been entirely blocked by changes made in over-the-air updates.

So if you want to root your AT&T or Verizon device, the time is now. And if you want to root without tripping KNOX, this is likely your one and only opportunity. If your device has received a firmware update at any point since early May 2015, this method may no longer work. That being said, there is no harm in trying PingPong—worst case, it won't work, but there will not be any adverse effects to your device.

The lone drawback here is that once you're rooted, you won't be able to accept over-the-air updates. But manually updating is still possible without tripping the KNOX counter—you'd just need to download the newer stock firmware and sideload it with Odin. And if you want to stay rooted after updating with Odin, you'll have to wait until a pre-rooted build of the stock firmware is released by independent developers.

Note that using Odin to flash stock firmware will never trip KNOX, but flashing modified or modified-stock firmware will likely blow the KNOX fuse.

Step 1: Make Sure Your Firmware Version Is Supported

PingPong Root is compatible with most variants of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, but only certain firmware versions are supported. To ensure that your firmware is capable of being rooted with this method, head to your phone's main Settings menu, then select "About device."

From here, you're looking for the series of letters and numbers that are listed under the "Build number" entry. More specifically, take note of the characters that follow the first period in this entry. As you can see in the above screenshot, my build number is G925TUVU1AOCG.

Now that you know your build number, look through the following list of supported firmwares to see if your phone is capable of using PingPong Root. If your build number is listed under the "download data" sections, your device is still supported, but an extra step will be needed later.

Samsung Galaxy S6

  • G9200ZCU1AOD5
  • G9200ZHU1AOD3
  • G9200ZHU1AOD9
  • G920R4TYU1AOD3
  • G920IDVU1AOD1
  • G920VVRU1AOC3
  • G9209KEU1AOCI
  • G9209KEU1AODA
  • G9208ZMU1AOD5
  • G9208ZMU1AOCI
  • G920FXXU1AOD9
  • G9200ZCU1AOD9
  • G920W8VLU1AOCG
  • G920FXXU1AOD4
  • G920R4TYU1AOCB

Builds listed below require you to download data (more on this later)

  • G920IDVU1AOC4
  • G9209KEU1AOD5
  • G9208ZTU1AOD9
  • G920FXXU1AOE3

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

  • G9250ZCU1AODC
  • G925VVRU1AOC3
  • G925FXXU1AOD9
  • G925W8VLU1AOCG
  • G925IDVU1AOD1
  • G925SKSU1AOD5

Builds listed below require you to download data (more on this later)

  • G925FXXU1AOD4
  • G925R4TYU1AOD3
  • G925IDVU1AOD3
  • G925LKLU1AOD8
  • G925SKSU1AOD8
  • G925FXXU1AOE3
  • G925PVPU1AOE2
  • G925FXXU1AOD8
  • G9250ZTU1AODC
  • G9208ZTU1AOCI

If you do not see your build number listed, refer to the developer's thread, as new builds are being added to the support list.

Step 2: Install PingPongRoot & SuperSU

If your build number is listed above, you're ready to go. First up, you'll need to make sure your Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge is set up for sideloading apps. To do that, head to Settings, then "Lock screen and security," and make sure that the "Unknown sources" option is enabled.

At this point, you're ready to install PingPong Root. Point your Galaxy S6's web browser to this link to download a copy of the APK installer file.

When the file is saved to your device, tap the "Download complete" notification to launch it. From here, tap "Install," then you may receive a warning message that this app contains code that attempts to bypass Android security mechanisms. This is exactly how PingPong Root works, so it's nothing to be alarmed about. Just tick the box next to "I Understand," then press "Install Anyway" if you see this message.

When that's finished, tap "Open," then after a few seconds, Android's installer interface should come up again. This time it's asking you to install SuperSU, which is a root management app from developer Chainfire. So tap "Install" again, and when that's finished, press "Done" to head back to PingPong Root.

Step 3: Root Your Device

From PingPong Root's main menu, you'll find two buttons—"Get root!" and "Download Data." If your device's firmware was listed in the "download data" section in Step 1, you'll have to tap the "Download Data" button at this point, then wait for the app to download the additional data.

Once you're ready to root your device, tap the "Get root!" button. From here, you'll see a message that tells you to "Please Wait!!"—take heed to this message and don't interact with your phone while the root process is running. After about 30 seconds, a message will appear informing you that the process was completed. At this point, reboot your phone as soon as possible.

Step 4: Update Your Superuser Binaries

When you get back up, go ahead and open the SuperSU app that you'll now find in your app drawer. From here, you'll be informed that your Superuser binaries need to be updated, so tap "Continue" on this message.

Next, SuperSU will ask how you'd like to update your binaries. Select the "Normal" option from this menu, then give it about 30 seconds to update your binaries. When the process has finished, tap "Reboot" on the confirmation dialog.

Step 5: Verify Root

After rebooting the second time, your device should be fully rooted and your KNOX counter will not be tripped. If you'd like to verify that everything went off without a hitch, I'd recommend that you download an app calledRoot Checker, which is available on the Google Play Store for free.

After installing Root Checker, simply launch the app, then press "Agree" and "Okay" on the two popups that follow.

Tips & Tricks:

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge packs everything that’s great about the flagship Galaxy S6 into an even more desirable body. But the curved display isn’t just about an eye-catching aesthetic, it can also be used in a variety of clever ways. We’ve got a range of Galaxy S6 Edge tips that will help you get to grips with the basics, and uncover a few interesting features that you may not yet have mastered.

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Plus, because you won’t find any duplicate hints in our dedicated S6 tip roundup, make sure you check it out for even more.

Related: 20 awesome Galaxy S6 tips and tricks to make you a Samsung master

How to choose Edge sides

The first thing you’ll want to do with the Edge display is choose the side that suits you best for one-handed operation. Go to Settings > Edge screen > Edge screen position and you can pick Right side or Left side.

How to use the night clock and alarm

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge top angle
Giuliano Correia/Digital Trends

There’s no need to have a bedside alarm clock anymore, because the S6 Edge has got it covered. Go to Settings > Edge screen > Night clock. Choose the times when you usually sleep and the clock will come on automatically. As long as you’re not in the habit of sleeping more than 12 hours, it should serve you well. If you want to set up an alarm, then go to Apps > Clock > Alarm. If you find the alarm options limited, it might be worth trying out an app like Timely.

How to add favorite contacts to the Edge

Go to Settings > Edge screen > People edge > My people, choose the contacts you want and put them in order. You can also swipe the transparent tab just above the middle of the Edge screen, and tap the plus icon to quickly add a contact from your list. Each person can have their own color, and there’s a choice of blue, green, yellow, orange, or purple. When you tap a contact you’ll get the option to call or message them. Make sure that any numbers and email addresses you have for that person are correct in your Contacts app.

Next, go to Missed callMessages, and Email in Edge screen > Select notifications. Here you can ensure that when you miss an incoming call or message from a favorite contact, a small tab will appear on the Edge display. Swipe it out and you’ll see what you missed.

Your top contacts light up your Edge display in a specific color when they call or message you. Set this up by visiting Settings > Edge screen. When a favorite contact calls, and the S6 Edge is lying face down on a flat surface, the Edge display will light up and pulse in the relevant color.

How to send a quick reply

If you’ve set up the People Edge with your favorite contacts and a call comes in while you’re busy, there’s a really nifty way to send a quick message to let them know it’s not a good time. Go to Settings > Edge screen > Edge lighting > Quick reply and pop in a quick auto message. Switch the feature on and when a call comes in, simply hold down your finger on the heart rate sensor for a couple of seconds, and your quick reply message will be sent. Very cool.

How to use feeds

If you want the Edge to show a ticker tape readout of handy information, then hit Settings > Edge screen > Information stream. Tap Reorder at the top right to change the line-up, and tap the box at the top of each stream to include it. You’ll find that choices are limited to begin with. There’s Briefing feed — that’s all about notifications — Yahoo! NewsTwitter trendsYahoo! FinanceYahoo! Sports, and a separate Weather option. If you tap Manage feeds, and then Download feeds, you’ll find more options for things like RSS feeds, caller ID, and news. We expect to see more added in time. Once set up, swiping across the Edge display will bring the Information stream up. You can decide how long it takes before timing out in Settings > Edge screen > Information stream > Edge screen timeout.

How to find anything on your phone

As your S6 Edge fills up it can become more difficult to find what you want, when you want it. Samsung’s answer is S Finder, which you’ll find in the notification panel at the bottom left. Just swipe down from the top of the screen, tap S Finder, and type in your search. It covers all your files, apps, and contacts, but it can also search for settings, and it’s a lot faster than digging around.

How to add storage

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bottom screen
Giuliano Correia/Digital Trends

There’s no option to add a microSD card into the S6 Edge, but you can boost your storage in other ways. The S6 Edge supports USB OTG. If you buy any USB OTG cable, then you can plug any USB drive into it. You could even pair it with a microSD card and USB SD card reader. If you already have a microSD card, then this is definitely your cheapest option.

You might also consider a Wi-Fi storage drive of some type. They are quite expensive, but they can serve multiple devices.

How to print wirelessly

You can print directly from your S6 Edge to any Wi-Fi printer on your network. Head into Settings and you’ll find Printing listed under Connect and share. There might be some options pre-installed, but most likely you’ll need to add your printer. The link to add a plug-in will take you to the Play Store to search for your printer’s software. Once installed, turn it on and you should be able to link your S6 Edge to your printer. Whenever you want to print something, tap the Share option and you’ll find Print, then select your printer.

How to improve headphone sound

Find a quiet environment and plug your choice of earphones into your S6 Edge. Go to Settings > Sounds and notifications > Sound quality and effects > Adapt Sound. When you turn it on you’ll be prompted to run through a series of tests that should tailor the sound on your S6 Edge to suit you. If you’re a little skeptical then tap to listen to the original sound and your personalized version to hear the difference. Back in the Sound quality and effects menu, you’ll also find SoundAlive+ for a surround effect, and TubeAmp, which simulates the sound from a tube amplifier.

How to track your S6 Edge

It’s worth taking some precautions to help you locate your S6 Edge should you ever lose it in future. Samsung offers a special Find My Mobile service. Go to Settings > Lock screen and security > Find My Mobile and log in with your Samsung account. Turn Remote controlsGoogle locations service, and Reactivation lock on. If your phone goes missing, then go to the Find My Mobile website and log in with your Samsung account. You’ll be able to lock it, remote wipe the data on it, turn Emergency mode on, and even ring the device.

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