How To Root / Unlock Samsung Galaxy S 4G With SuperOneClick


How To Root / Unlock Samsung Galaxy S 4G With SuperOneClick

Some of our readers asked us how to root Samsung Galaxy 4G, so we jumped to help them and here’s a tutorial of how to solve this matter. Now everything is a lot more easy thanks to SuperOneClick app, also working for both to unlock your T-mobile Samsung Galaxy S 4G and be able to install applications that require super user rights. As you know, Samsung Galaxy S 4G uses Android as operating system so rooting this device is a lot more easier since SuperOneClick application have landed.

But before learning how to root Samsung Galaxy S 4G using SuperOneClick you should now that you need SuperOneClick Rooting Tool, Android Debug Bridge (or you could as well download Samsung Drivers for Windows) and Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0 or higher for rooting your device.

Here are the download links:

Unzip the “” file in a folder on your desktop. Now turn off your antivirus software (because it may give a malware warning against the downloaded rooting tool), then you are ready to start rooting your Samsung Galaxy S 4G device.

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S 4G With SuperOne Click (Guide):

  1. Get your Samsung Galaxy 4G in USB Debugging mode. In order to do this you have to go to “Applications” > “Settings” > “Applications” > “Development”. Tap USB Debugging to turn it on.

  2. Using the USB data cable connect your Samsung Galaxy S 4G to the PC

  3. Start SuperOneClick by running the “SuperOneClick.exe” file from the folder in which you unzipped the ”” file

  4. In the SuperOneClick window, choose “rageagainstthecage” option

  5. Now click on the “Root” button and wait

Note: If you get the “Waiting for device..” error message, please check again the requirements we mentioned above. If not, reboot your device and here you are: you just rooted your Samsung Galaxy S 4G.

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