How to Root Galaxy Callisto GT-I5510
Galaxy Callisto GT-I5510 (also labelled Galaxy 551) will share many of the goodies other unrooted devices have. The procedure it’s bound to experience soon is very easy to follow through. SRSRoot is here to make it so.
What today’s guide is able to offer will turn your phone into one of a kind. With the SRSRoot providing help along the way, you’re set for many surprises. The app that will change things for the better for your device is completely free. It is powered by an SRS Server and it delivers a lot of new things to help with everything.
Here is the first batch: battery tweaks to make the phone last more and root-only applications. Admin permission is offered together with admin permission; then there are these: customization possibilities. The novelties are delivered by an app which won’t affect your handset with security trouble. Also, the app works extremely well with all of the gadgets launched until now.
The benefits of this procedure
Bloatware is something that won’t be delivered on your Galaxy 551. But what will be brought to the handset is a faster processor; the latter is 600 MHZ. Once the rooting is completed, your phone will host new features and custom ROMs. That’s not all; the SRSRoot allows you to revoke root access any time you see appropriate. The OS of choice that’s found on your smartphone is Android 2.2 Froyo. At the end of the tutorial, your device will still contain this particular version. The app can be used even if your phone’s sporting another Android.
If you want a rooted device, you need to use a Build ID. The SRSRoot supports many of those; here’s the one we considered: FROYO.JVJK5.
When your smartphone is done with the rooting and an update firmware is on it, some things will happen. One: the system partition shall be deleted. Two: your phone’s root access will be revoked. The handset won’t have its internal and external SD cards messed up with. Neither will you see the device’s data become ruined. As far as your smartphone’s warranty is concerned, you will be indanger of losing it. Restore this element with the aid of a guide that fits your gadget’s model.
Here’s your chance to get your handset ready for the rooting. That means you need to get on with the following requirements:
- download USB drivers for the phone on your notebook from this website;
- get the Samsung GT-I5510 prepared for the procedure by charging its battery;
- the smartphone’s USB Debugging will have to be turned on if it isn’t;
- you should also provide a bunch of regular backups;
- a full NANDroid backup is also on the list of pre-requisites;
- as far as security software goes, deactivate the one sported by your notebook;
- those security programs running on the phone have to be deactivated next;
- the operating system present on your notebook must be none other than Windows.
Step by step instructions
Now that you have your handset ready for action, you should perform the first step.
- On this page you will find a download button; click on it when it shows up. Doing that makes sure the SRSRoot gets downloaded on the notebook.
- Next action to be performed is this one: flash the app on your notebook. You should move on by opening the freeware on the same device.
- Having completed these steps, here’s one more: turn on Unknown Sources by tapping it. This option is on your phone under Settings. Now that you’ve enabled this option, time to also activate this one: USB Debugging.
- This is something which only some of you need to do; more exactly, those who haven’t already turned it on. After that, you need to plug the Galaxy Callisto GT-I5510 to your notebook. The smartphone’s USB cable is the tool which will establish the connection.
- Now that you have the two plugged to one another, the smartphone’s ready to enter the actual rooting phase. To speed things up, it’s recommended that you tap this helpful option: Root Device (All Methods).
- The phone is going to enter this procedure very soon after you’ve enabled that. Now that the rooting is doing its thing, you can do something else; that’s because the process can take up to 15 minutes. If, however, it requires more time, we suggest this: repeat the steps.
- If the rooting didn’t cause problems, then start the phone again. Bring it to life by clicking on Reboot System Now. When you feel like you want the Galaxy Callisto GT-I5510 to go back to how it was, you might consider an unrooting.
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