How To Root Android 2.3.x Gingerbread On Samsung Devices The Simple Way
Think! you know the benefits of rooting your handset and that will be one of the expected reason to purchase an Android-based devices, similar to jailbreaking after buying an iPad, iPhone or iPod. The amount of joy that can be had with a rooted devices is almost limitless, and, since there are bunch of developers cracking through the bundle of devices available on the market along with new ones adding to the latest list.
Usually, finally when a device gets root access, a similar device of its similar brand and hardware specs, gets the same treatment. Today, this adavanced made which allows 20+ devices to be rooted by the following guide with steps below.
Here’s a member StoneBoyTony of XDA Developers has accidentally discovered a root method which does exactly that, boasting compatibility with a large chunk of the Gingerbread Samsung devices available to consumers. He initially created a root method for the Samsung Galaxy Mini running the older Gingerbread version of Android, and found the same method which worked with a large number of other similar devices created by the Korean LCD pioneer “Samsung”.
Which isn’t difficult to do so, but increadily easy to apply. Of couse we have placed a tutorial here for you to follow the steps carefully, and your Samsung device will be rooted in next to no time.
DISCLAIMER : Grabi telling you about proceeding with caution and make at your own risk. However the chanses of something going wrong are minimal, and we aren’t responsible for if any data of your device lsot or damaged as a result by following this tutorial.
Step 1 : Head over to this link of the compatible device list atop of the official thread.
Step 2: Now enable Unknown Sources on your device by navigating through Settings > Applications > Unknown Sources.
Step 3 : Download the universal_gb_root_v15.zip file and place it in the root directory of your SD card.
Step 4 : Hold Volume Up, Power, and Home simultaneously to put your device into Android Recovery.
Step 5: Select Apply Update From SD Card, and then select your .zip file (downloaded in Step 3)
Step 6 : After message popup informing you the installation completed, tap Reboot System Now to complete the entire procedure.
And if you have followed the above steps perfectly, your devices will now be rooted on Gingerbread! Should you get stuck at any point, check out the original thread over at XDA (see Step 1).