How to Root Galaxy Pocket Duos GT-S5302
Galaxy Pocket Duos GT-S5302 is given the opportunity to improve its whole performance. Not only that, but your smartphone gets to add multiple novelties to its list of specs and features. A rooting is what makes this possible. And SRSRoot is the app to deliver these goodies!
The Samsung S5302 has an advantage over other models. The SRSRoot app is that advantage. This method works with every single gadget ever released, on matter what Android variant it features. Your phone’s OS version is 2.3.6 Gingerbread. And, as mentioned, you get to keep it even if that software t is installed on your handset.
The rooting procedure we have for you and your device uses the help of a Build ID known as GINGERBREAD.DDLJ2. Fortunately, you can select another Build ID if you’re more comfortable with it.
Your smartphone came out almost 2 years ago with an 832 MHz ARM 11 CPU. If you’re wondering, the rooting will actually help the processor perform even better thanks to a faster speed.
The advantages of this method
Also known as Samsung GT-S5302, Samsung GT-S5302B or Galaxy Y Duos Lite, your handset will sport new features and root-only apps, just to name a few of the goodies. The smartphone will have custom ROMs and better battery life, as well. The SRSRoot comes with the following, too: customization tweaks and superuser permission. This app is powered by the SRS Server and brings this, as well: admin permission.
To unroot your Galaxy Pocket Duos GT-S5302, this tool delivers a way to do it. And you won’t have to deal with hardships throughout it.
After the phone is rooted, you’ll be safe from bugs. Bloatware won’t exist for your device.
If, however, you go through a rooting, your smartphone will lose its warranty. Its system partition is going to be deleted if you upgrade the phone; and root access will end up damaged, too. Nothing this bad will affect the internal / external SD cards or important content on your handset.
For now, pay attention to these crucial requirements:
- generate the usual bunch of normal backups to preserve your phone’s important files and such;
- generate a full NANDroid backup as well;
- the USB Debugging on your phone must be turned on;
- a fully charged battery should be running on your device;
- you’ll find USB drivers for the handset on this page;
- download them on the notebook you use;
- deactivate the security programs used by the smartphone;
- turn off the security software that’s flashed on the laptop;
- Windows must be the OS used by the notebook.
Step by step instructions
When a rooting is what you need to perform, certain steps have to be performed.
- As such, here is what the first one needs from you: get the SRSRoot downloaded on your notebook. For the right file, be sure to click on this link.
- There you will come across a download button. The second you spot that, you’ll have to click on it. When you’re done, you should open it on the laptop once it’s installed on it.
- This is going to come up next: after each of the previous actions has been completed, you will be asked to find Unknown Sources.
- This is how you will get to this option: open, on the phone, Menu, after which you need to tap it; tap Settings next, then you will see the Unknown Sources right under it. Click on it to turn it on.
- You can do this next: you should go and have USB Debugging also turned on. But if you did it before, you will be required to do the following: get the phone’s USB cable ready.
- The USB cable has to be the tool which creates a plugging between the handset and the laptop. If the two are connected after a short while, you have to enable another option.
- This time, its name is Root Device (All Methods). After you activate it, wait for the process to be over. Reboot the smartphone when the procedure is completed. The Galaxy Pocket Duos GT-S5302 is a rooted phone from this moment on!
If the root access is something you don’t want to experience anymore, then by all means use the same tool which brought it on your device.
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