How to Root Galaxy M Style SHV-M340S
SRSRoot has loads of stuff for Galaxy M Style SHV-M340S. It’s the kind of stuff that improves your smartphone. The goodies you should look forward to are all new. More on them and the rooting tool below.
2 years have passed since your phone’s been out. Its 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor won’t react as slowly as it currently does. With root access, the CPU is going to move faster than usual. The rooting method we’re using is actually freeware. Using it will prove hughly beneficial. To begin with, the phone’s current Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread won’t end up deleted. The SRSRoot app works with every one of the Android versions Google’s launched till now.
The benefits of this procedure
A Build ID is a must in every rooting. So don’t forget to use one; the SRSRoot lets you pick whatever Build ID you prefer. The one we thought of using was this: GINGERBREAD.FH27. After your Galaxy M Style SHV-M340S contains root access, you will have various options to customize it with. The smartphone will give its best performance in every way possible; including battery-wise. The new app you’ll end up with provides the device with battery tweaks.
Ending up with root access allows you to make the most out of root-only apps. They will be joined by new features as well as superuser and admin permission. This app is a tool which makes sure no viruses damage your smartphone.
You can also use the Samsung SHV-M340S without fear of experiencing bloatware. With its help, you’ll be able to get close to as many custom ROMs as you want. When you feel like revoking the root access, you can use the same tool as the one which will bring it on your phone.
The SRSRoot app is available for many different gadgets; and it’s powered by an SRS Server.
If you involve an update firmware after you root the phone, you’ll face some issues. Aka: the device’s system partition and root access will be damaged. Data of importance as well as internal / external SD cards will escape this fate. Unfortunately, performing the rooting means that the warranty shall be taken away. There are, of course, options to restore it. Look for a guide that helps with that; make sure it contains your product model.
To make sure you don’t start the rooting in a bad way, comply with the following:
- take into account the creation of several standard backups;
- a full NANDroid backup has to be performed when you’re done with the normal backups;
- download USB drivers compatible with the phone from this link on your notebook;
- install them there next;
- turn off the security programs pre-installed on your notebook;
- if the smartphone’s battery starts to have low charge levels, you should recharge the device;
- deactivate the phone’s security programs;
- your notebook’s operating system needs to be Windows instead of Linux or the Mac one.
Step by step instructions
After you do what needs to be done before the rooting, you’ll get to see how the procedure’s performed. For that, we prepared the steps below.
- A rooting tutorial begins with a certain task. In this case, you’ll have to look for the SRSRoot freeware here. After locating the right file, you’ll notice a download button.
- It’s there to initiate the app’s download on your notebook. Tap that button, then let the download commence. When it ends, flash the app and open it on the notebook.
- On your SHV-M340S there’s an option called Unknown Sources. It’s there to be turned on; so perform this task next. If you have no idea where this option’s located: start by tapping Menu on the Galaxy M Style SHV-M340S, then Settings.
- Your option’s under the last one you just tapped. Once the Unknown Sources is finally turned on, time for a different action.
- This time you’ll be asked to enable USB Debugging if you haven’t. In case you have turned it on already, then do the following: go to the box that contains the handset’s USB cord.
- Take the cable out, then use it as a way to plug the phone to your notebook. If the connection’s created, you can move on to this step: click on Root Device (All Methods). The device is going to end up in a rooting phase.
- When it ends in around 15 minutes, you’ll finally experiment with the novelties we introduced you to. Should you have to wait for more than 15 minutes, though, repeat the steps.
- Once rooted, the Galaxy M Style SHV-M340S will have to be helped via Reboot System Now. This option needs to be activated so that the phone can restart itself.
If you are not pleased with the root access, you know what to do to revoke it. The same application will do its job as smoothly as before!
In case you don’t experience a smooth rooting, leave your questions in the comment field below.