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Root/Unroot Your Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001


Rooting expand the functionality of every Android device, it enables you to install all non-market application. If you own a Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001, here’s rooting guide for you, but since rooting void the limitations of manufacture on device, it also void the warranty of device, but you no need to worry about it, here, you can root and unroot too your Samsung Galaxy S Plus GT-I9001.

Before you begin , first charge the device battery and make a backup of your device data such as SMS, internet setting, contacts music files etc because the below procedure may wipe data, you can sync your contacts with Gmail account and for messages use SMS apps, lastly use file expert app to backup apps.

DISCLAIMER: Please proceed the below guide at your own risk, Android Egis will not be held responsible if your device lost data or get damaged following this guide.

Instructions To Root

Step #1: Download the Rooting Package and transfer it to the root of phone’s SD card.

Step #2: Switch of the phone and reboot into recovery mode, to put in recovery mode hold down Volume UP and Power keys together. A box icon will appear on device, then press Menu button to enter into recovery mode.

Step #3: In recovery mode, select apply update from sdcard and locate the downloaded rooting file that you’ve copied into device in first step to start rooting.

Step #4: Select “Go Back” after that select “Reboot System Now.”

That’s it, you’ve now a rooted device.

Instructions To Unroot

Step #1: Download the UNRooting Package and transfer it to the root of phone’s SD card.

Step #2: Switch of the phone and reboot into recovery mode, to put in recovery mode hold down Volume UP and Power keys together. A box icon will appear on device, then press Menu button to enter into recovery mode.

Step #3: In recovery mode, select apply update from sdcard and locate the downloaded rooting file that you’ve copied into device in first step to start rooting.

Step #4: Select “Go Back” after that select “Reboot System Now.”

That’s it, you’ve now a unrooted device. Now you can visit the Samsung shop for warranty.

via: XDA

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