We can say that the Samsung Galaxy S II is a great device which has so a lot of magnificent features that you want to see in any smartphones so, in this post I’ll tell you to root Samsung Galaxy SII (S2) to use Odin and SuperOneClick. All the steps are pretty easy and under as to want to see in any kind of tutorial so, below you can see all the steps…
DISCLAIMER: The below method is bit risky and we will not be held responsible if you lose data or your device gets damaged in the following of this guide so please proceed at your own risk.
If you do not have Samsung’s KIES 2.0 installed, download and install it. Correct USB drivers must be installed, so that programs can communicate with the device. Reboot computer after KIES installation.
Step 1: Make sure that your device is in USB debugging mode: Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB debugging.
Step 2: Reboot your device into download mode. To do so: Turn the device off, and then power it on again by pressing and holding VolumeDown + Home + Power simultaneously.
Step 3: Start ODIN.
Step 4: Connect the device to your computer using USB.
Step 5: Wait a few seconds, the ODIN screen will show that a device is now connected
- Make sure that in ODIN nothing is checked, except the “Auto reboot” and “F. Reset Time”checkboxes.
- Press the “PDA” button, and select the “XWKDD_insecure.tar” file.
- Press “Start”. ODIN will now flash the kernel, and the device should reboot.
Step 6: Wait until the device is rebooted
- While still being connected over USB, start SuperOneClick
- And press ROOT.
Step 7: Reboot the device.
Step 8: Done! Now you have a fully rooted SG2!
That’s it you have done it perfectly…
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