Rooting Guide For Galaxy Ace Running On Android Gingerbread 2.3.3-6
Earlier we discussed the rooting guide for HTC Desire X and today we are going to talk about how to root samsung galaxy ace. The mid range smartphone that has been quite popular among the mid range smartphones. Galaxy Ace has the last software update of Android gingerbread 2.3.6 and for some users who want to get root level access to their devices they are not quite happy with the stock gingerbread in their device. You can install cyanogenmod and do amazing things once your smartphone is rooted.
Today, in this post we will guide you on “How to root Galaxy Ace S5830 running on Android 2.3.x“. So are you ready to root Galaxy Ace S5830, then proceed further.
Before We Begin
1. Your mobile should have at least 70% battery
2. Enable USB Debugging mode Settings => Manage Applications => Development => USB Debugging – check box
3. Take a back up of your phone data
4. Install Samsung Galaxy ace S5830 drivers.
Download Samsung USB Drivers or Download Samsung Kies
Rooting Galaxy Ace S5830
Step 1: Download update.zip to root Galaxy Ace S5830 and place it into external SD card.
Step 2: Switch off your phone to boot into recovery mode by pressing and holding VOLUME UP + HOME + POWER BUTTON together.
Step 3: From the recovery menu, select “update from sdcard” and select the “update.zip” file, which you have downloaded earlier.
Step 4: As rooting process is completed, reboot your phone.
If you followed the above steps as mentioned, your Samsung galaxy ace should be rooted by now. Enjoy!