I just joined the Samsung community in Google + and there was video for rooting with just a app ....xnossomething. The s2 was in the list. I'm not trying it, of course
I haven't rooted my Nexus 7 yet, but I have had this device for couple of months and it has been great for me.
Before I make a decision to root, I wanted to make sure if Google Video or Google Wallet will still work after rooting. I vaguely remember reading that these two features might not work on the rooted device.
I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace II X smartphone, and for various reasons, would like to root it. It is running android version 4.0.4. How exactly do I root it? Should I download the necessary files, or make them myself? (I have no idea how to make them). I would also like to somehow have a way to undo the rooting if necessary, and have a backup of everything on my phone now.
Samsung Galaxy S3 is already a great mobile phone without rooting it. Awkwardly, this will not let us to use any different apps. So, if you want to use more great apps that can create amazing feeling when using Samsung Galaxy S3, then you will surely like to get rid of its limits by rooting it.
Rooting Samsung Galaxy S3 allows you to have more administrator rights.
Hi guys, i tried to root my wife's GT-N5110 and now i can't use it at all. I don't know much about rooting etc. I just saw a video on youtube and followed the instructions. While i was rooting on odin 3.07 it stopped on cache.img.ext4 (loading bar about 1/3 green).
I want to root my Virgin Mobile HTC Evo 3D 4G so I can delete Facebook and Google + because they run down the battery more than any app I have and I dont even use them. Ive seen threads for people rooting to gingerbread 2.3 and such but I believe I have 4.0 Why do people like to root to an older android system? Do they have the same apps or are they not capable?
I'm obviously new to the world of rooting and I just have some questions I would like to get clarified! Well I currently use the Samsung Galaxy S3 on T-Mobile and I'd like to root my device to be able to run CyanogenMod or another ROM that would let me run a close to vanilla Android experience.