Thursday , 24 April 2014

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S, Captivate And Vibrant In One Click?


Speed and stability are the two important reasons why people like to root their Android devices. Boosting performance to an optimum level is essential for any device, in fact. Other advantages of rooting an android device include gaining access to easy tethering capabilities, and gain new function or UI application like a new keyboard or menu option.

We would like all the Samsung Galaxy S users know that they can now root their devices without any fear.  Hats off to swift and dedicated developers, who have been tediously working towards the objective of gaining root access to your device easily.

Galaxy S line, including the Captivate and T-Mobile’s Vibrant can be rooted by following these simple instructions. However, rooting can void your warranty.

Rooting Instructions:

Step1: Make sure your phone is on USB Debug mode: (MENU > Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging = Checked )

Step 2: For Windows x86 and x64 systems make sure that the Samsung Drivers are installed.

Step 3: Extract the contents of GalaxyS_Vibrant_One-Click_Root.rar to a folder.

Step 4: Connect your phone to your PC via the USB cable and launch the file “T-Mobile Vibrant One-Click Root.exe” file.

Step 5: Click the “One-Click Root” button. This will launch a command shell follow the instructions in the CMD window.

This One-Click Root process will copy over the rooted-update.zip or unroot-update.zip file then reboot your phone. Follow the instructions in the CMD prompt that launches.

Note: This process has been tested on Android 2.1 Eclair only. If you rooted using another process you can use this process to unroot as long as you did not load a ROM that created links to busybox.

What you will achieve after rooting your phone:

/system/xbin/busybox (version 1.17.1)

/system/xbin/su

/system/app/Superuser.apk (version 2.3.1)

and links /system/bin/su to /system/xbin/su

For more details visit xda forum. 

Speed and stability are the two important reasons why people like to root their Android devices. Boosting performance to an optimum level is essential for any device, in fact. Other advantages of rooting an android device include gaining access to easy tethering capabilities, and gain new function or UI application like a new keyboard or menu option.

We would like all the Samsung Galaxy S users know that they can now root their devices without any fear.  Hats off to swift and dedicated developers, who have been tediously working towards the objective of gaining root access to your device easily.

Galaxy S line, including the Captivate and T-Mobile’s Vibrant can be rooted by following these simple instructions. However, rooting can void your warranty.

Rooting Instructions:

Step1: Make sure your phone is on USB Debug mode: (MENU > Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging = Checked )

Step 2: For Windows x86 and x64 systems make sure that the Samsung Drivers are installed.

Step 3: Extract the contents of GalaxyS_Vibrant_One-Click_Root.rar to a folder.

Step 4: Connect your phone to your PC via the USB cable and launch the file “T-Mobile Vibrant One-Click Root.exe” file.

Step 5: Click the “One-Click Root” button. This will launch a command shell follow the instructions in the CMD window.

This One-Click Root process will copy over the rooted-update.zip or unroot-update.zip file then reboot your phone. Follow the instructions in the CMD prompt that launches.

Note: This process has been tested on Android 2.1 Eclair only. If you rooted using another process you can use this process to unroot as long as you did not load a ROM that created links to busybox.

What you will achieve after rooting your phone:

/system/xbin/busybox (version 1.17.1)

/system/xbin/su

/system/app/Superuser.apk (version 2.3.1)

and links /system/bin/su to /system/xbin/su

For more details visit xda forum.


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