Root Your AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket SGH-i727 On Leaked Android 4.0.3 ICS ROM [How-To]
Have you installed leaked version of official Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM on your AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket SGH-i727 and want to root it? Well! I’ll tell you how you can root your AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket SGH-i727, just follow below guide but first note these steps do is install ClockworkMod Recovery and install SuperUser app which will manage root permissions on your device. Deice battery should be charged. Please make a backup of your device data such as SMS, internet setting, contacts music files etc because the below procedure will wipe all data, you can use this app to backup.
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.
Step #2: Copy the Superuser under/sdcard on your device, and keep other two files on PC.
Step #3: Now extract the content of Odin Zip file and open its .exe file.
Step #4: Turn the device off and press and hold Volume Up + Volume Down buttons while simultaneously connecting your device with your PC. When you see a Download Modescreen, leave the buttons.
Step #5: Now ODIN will detect your device. If it doesn’t, either try Step four again or download the latest browsers for your device.
Step #6: Once Odin has detected your device just click on PDA and select SkyrocketCWMrecovery.tar that you’ve downloaded in step one.
Step #7: Now click start and clockworkMod Recovery will now be flashed onto your device. Your device will reboot after ODIN is done.
Step #8: Once again turn the device off and reboot into ClockworkMod Recovery by pressing and holding Volume Up + Volume Down + Power. Don’t let go until you get to the main menu.
Step #9: Navigate to install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard and select SuperUser 3.0.7 file that you downloaded and transferred to your device in Step 1.
Step #10: Once SuperUser has been flashed, select reboot system now. That’s it, now your device will boot into the same Ice Cream Sandwich ROM as before, but with root access.