- Download this
- Connect your phone to the PC with the USB cable and open it up in the file manager. (You can then also backup all your stuff.)
- Right click RootPack.zip and choose extract here, then copy upd.zip to “Phone” on the file manager. Leave your phone connected to the PC via USB up to step #8
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Tethering Samsung Android smartphones not is a big issues. All Samsung Galaxy smartphones build in tethering feature that allows sharing the internet connection with other devices such as laptop , smartphone and Tablet. Tethering Samsung Android smartphones is very simple and you can turn On the type of the tethering and set the WEB encryption to your hotspot Wi-Fi.
Getting back to stock rom without rooting will be necessary for warranty 🙂
1. PC Odin
2. Your Firmware
The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with, shall we say, an interesting of the ringtones. You can now download and set of these tones in any of the Android smartphones.
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Here is the 6 stock ringtones (ogg format) extract from galaxy s3:
Google’s Android operating system is an open-source platform that’s currently available on a wide variety of smartphones such as HTC, Samsung , Motorola,Sony and more. The Android platform is “open-source.” This means instead of just one company working on the code, an unlimited number of people are able to do so. Android has its advantages — it’s highly customizable, for one — but it’s also somewhat geeky software that can seem intimidating to smartphone newbies.
SamsungGalaxy SL i9003 is a slightly cut-down version of the Samsung Galaxy S released by Samsung.
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