How To Root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Android Smartphone


05.04.2011

How To Root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Android Smartphone

For all the Samsung users here is the Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Android Phone who is the perfect alternative to the best-seller Samsung Galaxy S smartphone.

In case you did not know yet the Samsung Galaxy S was upgraded to Android 2.2.1 and then unofficially Android 2.3.2.

Rooting your device brings many advantages, the most popular is the easily capturing of screenshots.

So you want to get started with the rooting process, all you have to do is to download this software which is a small application. Click here and download SuperOne Click.

When the download is done, then you need to unzip the file and double click on the SuperOneClick.exe file.

The next step is to connect your Phone with your PC and then click on the Large Root button.

The next steps start with Killing ADB Server and are followed by different automatically steps that are progressed.

All you need to do now is to make sure that the Phone is not locked and if it gets in to a loop you will need to Disable Debugging Mode.

“Root files have been installed ! Would you like run a test?. Click the “yes” button.

Now an “su” command will be send to your Phone. You have to select Allow in Superuser.

After all testing the device could be rooted, plus the ability to perform all the tasks which by the way any rooted device can.

Now you will be shown with the following confirmation message : “Your device has been rooted! Would you like to donate now?”.

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