Root Samsung on Android 2.3.3 to Android 2.3.7

Samsung devices running Android 2.3.3 to 2.3.7 that couldn’t be rooted using the SuperOneClick tool can finally gain root access. StoneBoy Tony originally created the rooting method for the Samsung Galaxy Mini running Gingerbread, but it turns out that the rooting method is also compatible with other Samsung devices.

Packing Superuser 3.0.7, su 3.0.3.2, and BusyBox 1.19.4, this rooting tool is a must-have if you’ve been dying to gain root access on your phone. Don’t worry because though the rooting method sounds intimidating, it’s very easy to apply. Read more of this post

Samsung Transform M920 Rooting Guide

Samsung Transform M920 The Samsung SPH-M920 (marketed as the Samsung Transform) is an Android smartphone manufactured by Samsung. It was announced on October 6, 2010 and released on October 10, 2010 for Sprint in the United States.

The Samsung Transform was released using Android 2.1 (Eclair), but received an update to version 2.2.2 on March 25, 2011.

The Transform is one of the first devices to be equipped with Sprint’s “Sprint ID” user interface. It’s considered a mid-range smartphone and the successor to the Samsung Intercept with a few upgrades including faster data (EVDO Rev. A), a larger 3.5″ inch touchscreen, and a front-facing VGA camera for video calling (expected to work with 2.2 update). The phone’s form factor resembles that of the Samsung Epic 4G and is being offered as a ‘budget minded’ alternative.

Before we start.

This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. androidrootboot is not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk. Rooting may void your warranty.

After verifying your phone is rootable, there still remain couple of prerequisites to rooting your device:

  • You NEED to put your phone on USB Debugging mode
  • You NEED to install make sure the Android drivers for your phone are installed
  • Make sure you DO NOT mount your SD card
  • If you still can’t get something to run, try doing it in recovery mode Read more of this post

Samsung Galaxy Tab Rooting Guide

Samsung Galaxy TabThe Samsung Galaxy Tab is a line of Android-based tablet computers produced by Samsung. The first model in the series, the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, was first introduced on 2 September 2010 at the IFA in Berlin. Since then there have been several models released, including models with 7.7, 8.9 and 10.1-inch displays.

Before we start.

This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. androidrootboot is not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk. Rooting may void your warranty. Read more of this post

Samsung Galaxy Portal/Spica I5700 Rooting Guide

Samsung Galaxy Portal-Spica I5700The Samsung i5700, also known as Samsung Spica, Samsung Galaxy Spica, Samsung Galaxy Lite and Samsung Galaxy Portal, is a smartphone manufactured by Samsung that uses the open source Android operating system. The phone is referred to as the successor of the Samsung i7500 and sometimes referred as Galaxy Lite.[1] Even though some of its features like the camera resolution, storage and data connection speeds are lower than the i7500 its processor’s clock speed is much higher at 800 MHz. It is succeeded by the Samsung i5800.

Before we start.

This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. androidrootboot is not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk. Rooting may void your warranty. Read more of this post

Samsung Galaxy S SCH-I500 Rooting Guide

Samsung Galaxy S SCH-I500

Before we start.

This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. androidrootboot is not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk. Rooting may void your warranty.

After verifying your phone is rootable, there still remain couple of prerequisites to rooting your device:

  • You NEED to put your phone on USB Debugging mode
  • You NEED to install make sure the Android drivers for your phone are installed
  • Make sure you DO NOT mount your SD card
  • If you still can’t get something to run, try doing it in recovery mode Read more of this post

Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Rooting Guide

Samsung Galaxy S I9000Before we start.

This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. androidrootboot is not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Root your device at your own risk. Rooting may void your warranty.

After verifying your phone is rootable, there still remain couple of prerequisites to rooting your device:

  • You NEED to put your phone on USB Debugging mode
  • You NEED to install make sure the Android drivers for your phone are installed
  • Make sure you DO NOT mount your SD card
  • If you still can’t get something to run, try doing it in recovery mode Read more of this post
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