I want to root my Samsung device, but previously, I have installed some updates. From what I know, successful rooting depends on security bugs in the firmware:
The process of rooting varies widely by device, but usually includes exploiting one or more security bugs in the firmware of (i.e., in the version of the Android OS installed on) the device.
But security updates are intended to fix security bugs and thus can prevent rooting or make it harder to perform. Is there a way to uninstall security updates to increase the probability of successful rooting?
Some information about my device:
Android Version: 5.1.1 Device Name: Samsung Galaxy J1 (2016) Kernel Version: 3.10.9