After successfully rooted the SonyEricsson Xperia X10, now its time to practice rooting the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Yes, its now possible to root this Android gadget, Galaxy Tab. Its not a complicated frustrating way to root Galaxy Tab. But you have to be careful, since this method will remove all the guarantees or warranty [...]
I am struggling to get my Galaxy S WIFi 5.0 International Version to root, I have only tried Super One Click 2.3.3.
GingerBread v2.3.6 flashed using Samsung Kies.
I had Froyo v2.2.2 which was rooted i did not un root it before I updated.
I have been researching it and I am struggling to find a clear cut rooting method.
I like how it is the official Ginger Bread Rom as it still has al
I'm sure this has been brought up before but with 20 something internet tabs and countless youtube videos I definitely get the jist of what needs to be done in order to root the phone as I've done it a few years ago with another phone. The problem i'm having is I think I'm making this more complicated than it is.
Over at the XDA Developers’ forum, member Noxious Ninja has come up with a new method to root a Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III. This new method was based on a desire to get around some issues users were having after using a previously developed root method. He also hoped to be able to produce something that didn’t require flashing ROMs.
I rooted my tab using the method based on a developer named MrRobinson and all went well. The only issue I have found so far is the Swype Keyboard entry does not work. Has anyone else used this method and found the same issue? The creator says this root is simply a stock rooted ROM which appears to be true, unfortunately the Swype is not working. Any thoughts. Thanks.
hi fairly new to the whole rooting scene. I had a successful root and flash by putting honeycomb on my nook color, and bricked a LG Thrill very bad. Had to return it. I know have a galaxy s2 from att. It has gingerbread 2.3.6 on it and I want to root it. I have searched up and down to find a good how to and if it is possible to root 2.3.6 without losing any features.
After much angst and now a bit of research, I have found that my Win7 x64 is having problems with adb that will require some tedious work, so I am unable to use the easier root methods, such as MotoChopper's tool, or some of the others out there, like Adam Outler's. In the meantime, I would like to ROOT MY PHONE, but I have not been able to find a reliable method that uses Odin.