How to Root Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500
Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500 will be available with root access from now on. Getting to that point is a job for an app unlike many others. To see it get on-board the phone is our job!
It’s not hard to root your smartphone. The latter came out in 2009. If you think its features are outdated or the performance is poor, SRSRoot is about to make it all better. How? By delivering various types of improvement stuff. The way it’s going to do that is for free and easily.
Armed with an Android 2.3.4 operating system, your phone won’t sacrifice this variant; the SRSRoot is at ease with all of Google’s OS versions. Now’s the time to see what new features can do for your handset; the app has plenty of those. And they will be joined by these: battery options. The battery won’t be to only element to receive improvement; the handset’s 528 MHz ARM 11 will also enjoy that. As soon as the processor moves faster, you will want to enjoy root-only apps; which will happen, because the this app is also known for bringing many of them.
The benefits of this procedure
Customization options are available, as well. They will come together with admin and superuser permission. There are also custom ROMs to come out of the rooting. Using the SRSRoot means experiencing all these novelties safely; the freeware is devoid of security threats. Your smartphone will not be affected by bloatware. Another good use you can find for the app is when you want to unroot the Galaxy GT-I7500.
The SRSRoot is an app which provides its services on whichever gadget you want rooted. You should perform the rooting after you’ve selected a Build ID. The app doesn’t prefer an ID over another; in conclusion, use the one that you want. We decided upon this version: GRJ22.
This is where you’ll find out what can happen if an updated has to deal with a rooted device. When you find a good upgrade firmware for the phone, you risk having its system partition erased. The root access isn’t safe, either. There’s some good stuff to arise from this situation. The smartphone’s data and both of its internal / external SD cards are going to come out alright.
The warranty that comes by default with the phone will be revoked after the rooting. Help get it back by providing a guide compatible with the Galaxy GT-I7500.
Your next couple of tasks have to do with your handset and notebook’s preparations for the rooting. What you’re going to have to do for that is to abide by some requirements:
- having USB drivers on the notebook is a good idea, so go to this page and download them on that device;
- after that, flash these USB drivers on the same product as above;
- the notebook should come with the Windows operating system;
- fully charge the Galaxy GT-I7500;
- then protect its data from harm by creating a standard backup;
- a full NANDroid backup does wonders, too, so be sure to perform one;
- then disable those security program that came with your notebook;
- activate, on your smartphone, USB Debugging;
- all of the notebook’s security programs will have to be disabled while you’re busy with our rooting steps.
Step by step instructions
As for what should be done next, it’s easy. We got some steps that are absolutely necessary for the rooting.
- According to the first step, the SRSRoot needs to be installed on the notebook. First, download it from this page by clicking on a download button that’s located on it.
- The flashing of this app over, this tool has to be launched there. Move on by enabling this from Settings: Unknown Sources.
- Look for USB Debugging now and turn it on; if this specific option is enabled on your Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500 already, you should consider moving on to another step.
- Enter the handset and your notebook in a connection. At this point, you should have the phone’s USB cable at the ready; that’s because that is the instrument which has to be used to perform this step.
- You’re about to enter your GT-I7500 in the rooting phase. To successfully perform the procedure, you have Root Device (All Methods) to activate.
- This will trigger the start of the rooting. Wait for approximately 15 minutes; redo the steps in case you have to wait more. At the end of the procedure, we advise you to do this: tap Reboot System Now.
When you’re done and the phone’s restarted, use the root access to experiment. Maybe you find out that a rooting isn’t what you expected it to be. Should you reach that conclusion, best use the SRSRoot to remove the root access.
Is there something wrong with the steps or you find yourself in trouble with one of them? Leave your question below and we’ll come to the rescue!