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How To Root AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II [ODIN Method] [Guide]

In case you opted to go for an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II and are now waiting for root, then your wait is over! Development for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 kicked off as soon as the phone’s kernel source was made available. And the results so far have been awesome! Developers have not only managed to cook a custom stock kernel with root, but there are couple of popular ROM ports available for flashing. Senior XDA Member and Android Developer, Entropy512, released a stock and pre-rooted kernel packaged in stock system image. Flashing this System Image will not only give you root access on your phone, but will also unbrick your device if your flashed a bad PIT file earlier.

Here is the step by step guide to root AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II with modified kernel: Continue reading

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[HowTo]Root Samsung Galaxy S i9000 using One Click Root

Great news for Samsung Galaxy S i9000 owners, a new rooting method was created. It is called One Click Root. The rooting tool was created by Senior Member and TGA_Gunnman from XDA – Developers. This tool roots both Android 2.1 Éclair and Android 2.2 Froyo and offers one click unroot option.

Next you can find a step by step tutorial on rooting and unrooting Samsung Galaxy S i9000 in just one click.

If you are a Windows user, you need to do two things: Continue reading

Root AT&T Galaxy S2! [SGH-I777]

 Root AT&T Galaxy S2! [SGH-I777]

Well, just got my AT&T Galaxy S2 yesterday, couldn’t keep myself from compiling.

Here’s how to root AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777 model using Windows!

Features:
-Root
-CWM 5.0.2.3 (thanks to codeworkx!)
-SuperUser App 3.0.5
-SU Latest 3.0
-Custom Boot animation support (copy over bootanimation.zip file to /system/media directory)
-init.d support

Here’s how to root your AT&T Galaxy S2!

This one, you just have to flash the tar file in ODIN, that’s it, you get root, CWM, and the extras.

Step 1. Put your phone in download by connecting a USB cable from your phone to your Windows computer then holding down Volume down, Volume Up, and Power button together until you see warning, hit Volume up button. Continue reading