How to Root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830

The Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Android Phone is a very good alternative to the most selling Samsung Galaxy S mobile which was recently upgraded to Android 2.2.1 , Android 2.3.2 etc.

There are many advantages of rooting your device, one of which mainly is that you can easily capture screenshots.

Simple summary of rooting steps:
1. Unzip and execute SuperOneClick.exe
2. Connect phone to pc
3. Click “Root” button
4. Waiting complete dialog showing
5. Click “Yes” to test if root completed
To get started with the rooting process you need to download this software which is a small application. You need to unzip the file and then double click on the SuperOneClick.exe file.

Next connect your phone with the PC and then click on the Large Root button.

The process would start with Killing ADB Server followed by different steps which are automatically progressed. You need to make sure that the Phone is not locked and in the sequence if it gets into a loop you need to Disable Debugging Mode.

You will see many logs on the application similar to blow:

chmod busybox (/system/xbin/)…
Installing busybox (/system/xbin/)…
Pushing Superuser.apk…
1728 KB/s (196521 bytes in 0.111s)
Remounting system with read-only access…
Running a SU test…

Once completed it will ask you to run a Test to confirm if the rooting was successful or not.

An ‘su’ command will now be send to your phone. You might have to select Allow in Superuser.

Next after all the testing the device would be rooted and you will be able to perform all the tasks which any rooted device can. You will also be shown with the following confirmation message.


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