SAMSUNG ANDROID JAILBREAK

Samsung Android Jailbreak : As you may or may not know, Samsung Galaxy Jailbreak, Android software system is based on a traditional Linux kernel. Linux has always been an extremely customisable platform that has been adored by tinkerers and ‘power users’ for decades. By rooting your Android device, you’re simply giving yourself unlimited possibilities to install apps, tweak settings and basically customise and improve your device to your heart’s content.

In this article, we’ll explore the best way to rooting your Android device, giving you access to this power user setting that enables you to have full control over your device. There are two ways to root your device. You can download a rooting APK and root directly from your device or you can download a computer application and complete it that way.

Disclaimer: If you proceed to root your device, Jailbroken.co or anybody involved with this website takes no responsibility for any damage done to your device and you agree to root at your own risk. Although these methods have been tried, tested and proven to work, any errors made during the process can render your device unusable. It’s highly recommended you back-up your device before proceeding and take the utmost care in everything you do.

ROOTING YOUR DEVICE WITHOUT A COMPUTER

Step One – Setting Up Your Device

Before jumping straight in to root your device, there are a couple of things you will need to check and set up to ensure that the rooting process is a success.

Firstly, you need to ensure that your Android device is turned on and has at least 50% battery life. To combat this potential issue, you can also root device whilst it’s on

Secondly, you’re going to want to make sure you are connected to a reliable Internet connection. It’s highly recommended that you connect to your domestic Wi-Fi network.

Finally, you’re going to want to head to the Settings page of your device and click Security. From here, navigate to Unknown Sources and tap to allow the installation of apps from Unknown Sources.

Step Two – Rooting Your Device

There are a couple of steps to follow to root your device. Depending on your device and Internet connection, the entire process shouldn’t take longer than ten minutes. For this process, we’re going to use the highly proven KingoRoot app. This is renowned for being one of the most reliable rooting applications available and has been used by thousands of users around the world. Best of all, it’s also completely free to download and use.

Firstly, head over to KingoRoot APK download page in your device’s browser. The download should pop up automatically, although, there are options available to download manually. You can also download the APK from a computer and then send it via Bluetooth or USB cable to your Android device.

** Please note: if you’re using the Chrome browser on your device, you may see a message pop up before downloading that states that this file may harm your device. You can click ‘OK’ to move past this notification. **

Next, tap the downloaded file and it will begin to install itself on your device. If you haven’t followed the processes detailed in Step One, you may experience an error. Simply return to Step One, follow the steps and then try to reinstall.

Once the KingoRoot app has been installed, open it from your apps drawer. You’ll instantly notice that the application has been made to be as user-friendly as possible. When you’re ready to proceed, click ‘One Click Root’.

After clicking the button, leave your phone uninterrupted for a couple of minutes to minimise the risk of error from touching or handling the device. You can monitor the progress using the percentage image in the centre of the screen.

And there you go! If all things have gone well, you’ll receive a message stating ‘Root Succeeded’. If you receive anything other than this message, you will need to reinstall the APK and try again. This is a common occurrence when rooting directly from the phone.

ROOTING YOUR ANDROID DEVICE WITH A COMPUTER

You may wish to root your device using a computer. It may take longer and be less convenient than directly rooting but the success rate is usually higher. It’s recommended that you attempt the first method before trying this one.

NOTE – Before proceeding with this method of rooting, make sure you have followed Step One on the method above including battery life and allowing unknown sources.
Step One – Setting Up Your Computer

Firstly, you’ll want to head over to the KingoRoot download page. The download will start automatically. Once downloaded, click to install the program onto your computer, following through the installation pages and accepting the terms and conditions.

Once installed, double-click the icon on your desktop to open the KingoRoot program to launch it. The program will then prompt you to connect your device. In doing so, the KingoRoot program will automatically install your devices drivers if you haven’t done so already. Make sure you also focus on the screen of your device. If you haven’t previously connected your device to your computer, you may receive a notification asking whether or not you trust this computer. If you do, simply tap ‘Always allow from this computer.

Whilst your drivers are being installed, you’ll need to enable USB Debugging mode on your device. To do this, head to Settings > About Phone > Build Number and tap that number 7 times. You’ll receive a notification saying, ‘You are now a developer’. Head back to your main settings page and you’ll notice a tab called ‘Developer Options’. Click on this and then enable ‘USB Debugging’.

HOW TO ROOT AN ADROID DEVICE

As you may or may not know, the Android software system is based on a traditional Linux kernel. Linux has always been an extremely customisable platform that has been adored by tinkerers and ‘power users’ for decades. By rooting your Android device, you’re simply giving yourself unlimited possibilities to install apps, tweak settings and basically customise and improve your device to your heart’s content.

In this article, we’ll explore the best way to rooting your Android device, giving you access to this power user setting that enables you to have full control over your device. There are two ways to root your device. You can download a rooting APK and root directly from your device or you can download a computer application and complete it that way.

Disclaimer: If you proceed to root your device, Jailbroken.co or anybody involved with this website takes no responsibility for any damage done to your device and you agree to root at your own risk. Although these methods have been tried, tested and proven to work, any errors made during the process can render your device unusable. It’s highly recommended you back-up your device before proceeding and take the utmost care in everything you do.

ROOTING YOUR DEVICE WITHOUR A COMPUTER

Step One – Setting Up Your Device

Before jumping straight in to root your device, there are a couple of things you will need to check and set up to ensure that the rooting process is a success.

Firstly, you need to ensure that your Android device is turned on and has at least 50% battery life. To combat this potential issue, you can also root device whilst it’s on

Secondly, you’re going to want to make sure you are connected to a reliable Internet connection. It’s highly recommended that you connect to your domestic Wi-Fi network.

Finally, you’re going to want to head to the Settings page of your device and click Security. From here, navigate to Unknown Sources and tap to allow the installation of apps from Unknown Sources.

Step Two – Rooting Your Device

There are a couple of steps to follow to root your device. Depending on your device and Internet connection, the entire process shouldn’t take longer than ten minutes. For this process, we’re going to use the highly proven KingoRoot app. This is renowned for being one of the most reliable rooting applications available and has been used by thousands of users around the world. Best of all, it’s also completely free to download and use.

Firstly, head over to KingoRoot APK download page in your device’s browser. The download should pop up automatically, although, there are options available to download manually. You can also download the APK from a computer and then send it via Bluetooth or USB cable to your Android device.

** Please note: if you’re using the Chrome browser on your device, you may see a message pop up before downloading that states that this file may harm your device. You can click ‘OK’ to move past this notification. **

Next, tap the downloaded file and it will begin to install itself on your device. If you haven’t followed the processes detailed in Step One, you may experience an error. Simply return to Step One, follow the steps and then try to reinstall.

Once the KingoRoot app has been installed, open it from your apps drawer. You’ll instantly notice that the application has been made to be as user-friendly as possible. When you’re ready to proceed, click ‘One Click Root’.

After clicking the button, leave your phone uninterrupted for a couple of minutes to minimise the risk of error from touching or handling the device. You can monitor the progress using the percentage image in the centre of the screen.

And there you go! If all things have gone well, you’ll receive a message stating ‘Root Succeeded’. If you receive anything other than this message, you will need to reinstall the APK and try again. This is a common occurrence when rooting directly from the phone.

ROOTING YOUR DEVICE USING A COMPUTER

You may wish to root your device using a computer. It may take longer and be less convenient than directly rooting but the success rate is usually higher. It’s recommended that you attempt the first method before trying this one.

NOTE – Before proceeding with this method of rooting, make sure you have followed Step One on the method above including battery life and allowing unknown sources.
Step One – Setting Up Your Computer

Firstly, you’ll want to head over to the KingoRoot download page. The download will start automatically. Once downloaded, click to install the program onto your computer, following through the installation pages and accepting the terms and conditions.

Once installed, double-click the icon on your desktop to open the KingoRoot program to launch it. The program will then prompt you to connect your device. In doing so, the KingoRoot program will automatically install your devices drivers if you haven’t done so already. Make sure you also focus on the screen of your device. If you haven’t previously connected your device to your computer, you may receive a notification asking whether or not you trust this computer. If you do, simply tap ‘Always allow from this computer.

Whilst your drivers are being installed, you’ll need to enable USB Debugging mode on your device. To do this, head to Settings > About Phone > Build Number and tap that number 7 times. You’ll receive a notification saying, ‘You are now a developer’. Head back to your main settings page and you’ll notice a tab called ‘Developer Options’. Click on this and then enable ‘USB Debugging’.

You may experience a couple of notifications pop up on your device’s screen. Make sure you read each one to understand what it means. Although rooting is a fairly simple process, one minor error can cause huge repercussions to your device and as with any unofficial edits, the process does come with risks.

Once the drivers etc have been installed, simply click ‘Root’ within the KingoRoot This entire process will take a couple of minutes as the program will cycle through various rooting methods. During this time, your device will reboot several times. Make sure you do not touch your device after you have clicked ‘Root’. Do not unplug it and make sure your computer, or laptop, has a continuous power source.

You can watch the percentage meter work its way up to 100%, after which you’ll receive a message stating ‘Root Succeed’. Now, wait for your device to fully reboot and start up before operating it. To find out whether your root was a success, in your app drawer, you should now find an application titled ‘SuperUser’.

Troubleshooting

Here you will find a list of some of the most common problems that users experience while rooting their devices. As an unofficial process, there are some risks involved, some more severe and damaging than others. If you’ve attempted to root your device but don’t believe it has been successful, read through the problems below to find the solutions, or search online using your exact issue.
My device keeps randomly freezing/restarting?

The cause of this problem can vary from device to device, from brand to brand. This could happen during the rooting process of afterwards. The most common solution to this problem is by clearing your device’s cache partition. There are multiple ways to do this depending on the brand of your device. To find out, simply search ‘How to clear the cache partition on a **Your device and model here**.
How Do I Unroot My Device?

Surprising to many, it’s incredibly easy to unroot your device should you need to. Simply head over to your SuperUser app on your device and click Settings > Full Unroot. This method can vary depending on the type of root process you have used. A widely proven unroot method can be achieved by downloading the SuperSU app and following the same process.
My Computer Isn’t Recognising My Rooted Device?

There are a couple of things you can try to resolve this problem. Firstly, try disabling the passcode or lock screen on your device before connecting it. You may also have problems with your cable. If you connect your device and it begins to charge, this indicates a hardware fault. In this case, restore your device to factory settings and then use KingoRoot to re-root your device.
MY DEVICE WON’T TURN ON!

Yeah, we know. The possibility of having a ‘bricked’ phone is one of the scariest, especially if it’s just after rooting. Depending on your device, you can try restarting your device by holding down two buttons. This is usually the power button and the home key or the down volume button. Try holding down for ten seconds each. If nothing happens, search your device and model online for other techniques or methods.

Conclusion

By rooting your Android device, you are unlocking your device to a whole new world of possibilities. Get ready to enjoy prolonged battery life, fantastic themes and settings tweaks and much more! Ensure you follow each step correctly and slowly and you’ll have a fully rooted Android device in no time at all!

You may experience a couple of notifications pop up on your device’s screen. Make sure you read each one to understand what it means. Although rooting is a fairly simple process, one minor error can cause huge repercussions to your device and as with any unofficial edits, the process does come with risks.

Once the drivers etc have been installed, simply click ‘Root’ within the KingoRoot This entire process will take a couple of minutes as the program will cycle through various rooting methods. During this time, your device will reboot several times. Make sure you do not touch your device after you have clicked ‘Root’. Do not unplug it and make sure your computer, or laptop, has a continuous power source.

You can watch the percentage meter work its way up to 100%, after which you’ll receive a message stating ‘Root Succeed’. Now, wait for your device to fully reboot and start up before operating it. To find out whether your root was a success, in your app drawer, you should now find an application titled ‘SuperUser’.

Troubleshooting

Here you will find a list of some of the most common problems that users experience while rooting their devices. As an unofficial process, there are some risks involved, some more severe and damaging than others. If you’ve attempted to root your device but don’t believe it has been successful, read through the problems below to find the solutions, or search online using your exact issue.
My device keeps randomly freezing/restarting?

The cause of this problem can vary from device to device, from brand to brand. This could happen during the rooting process of afterwards. The most common solution to this problem is by clearing your device’s cache partition. There are multiple ways to do this depending on the brand of your device. To find out, simply search ‘How to clear the cache partition on a **Your device and model here**.
How Do I Unroot My Device?

Surprising to many, it’s incredibly easy to unroot your device should you need to. Simply head over to your SuperUser app on your device and click Settings > Full Unroot. This method can vary depending on the type of root process you have used. A widely proven unroot method can be achieved by downloading the SuperSU app and following the same process.
My Computer Isn’t Recognising My Rooted Device?

There are a couple of things you can try to resolve this problem. Firstly, try disabling the passcode or lock screen on your device before connecting it. You may also have problems with your cable. If you connect your device and it begins to charge, this indicates a hardware fault. In this case, restore your device to factory settings and then use KingoRoot to re-root your device.
MY DEVICE WON’T TURN ON!

Yeah, we know. The possibility of having a ‘bricked’ phone is one of the scariest, especially if it’s just after rooting. Depending on your device, you can try restarting your device by holding down two buttons. This is usually the power button and the home key or the down volume button. Try holding down for ten seconds each. If nothing happens, search your device and model online for other techniques or methods.

Conclusion

By rooting your Android device, you are unlocking your device to a whole new world of possibilities. Get ready to enjoy prolonged battery life, fantastic themes and settings tweaks and much more! Ensure you follow each step correctly and slowly and you’ll have a fully rooted Android device in no time at all!

 
error: Content is protected !!