ROOTING Samsung Galaxy SL ( GT-i9003)
1- Make sure Drivers are Installed for I9003 (Download and install Samsung Kies from samsung website)
2-In Settings--Wireless & Networks--USB setting--select Ask On Connection
3-CHECK USB debugging mode in settings---applications--Development
SuperOneClickv1.7-ShortFuse[Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
SuperOneClickv1.9.5-ShortFuse[Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
SuperOneClickv1.9.5-ShortFuse.Drivers[Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
OR watch this video:[Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
Just plug in the device with your computer, launch Superoneclick, Click "root" tab and Its Done!!
I tried using z4root but it does not work for Samsung Galaxy SL GT I9003
SuperOneClick does work!!
- * Acer Liquid Metal * Dell Streak * HTC Magic (Sapphire) 32B * HTC Bee * LG Ally * Motorola Atrix4G * Motorola Charm * Motorola Cliq * Motorola Droid * Motorola Flipside * Motorola Flipout * Motorola Milestone * Nexus One * Samsung Captivate * Samsung Galaxy 551 (GT-I5510) * Samsung Galaxy Portal/Spica I5700 * Samsung Galaxy S 4G * Samsung Galaxy S I9000 * Samsung Galaxy S SCH-I500 * Samsung Galaxy Tab * Samsung Transform M920 * Samsung Vibrant * Sony Ericsson Xperia E51i X8 * Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 * Sprint Hero * Telus Fascinate * Toshiba Folio 100
With the absolutely beautiful ADB exploit I use, titled rageagainstthecage (ratc), absolute ALL devices can be rooted. This is because it exploit is ADB which all devices use. There is an issue though. Some devices have a NAND lock which does not allow you to write to the /system mount. Because of this, you can't copy su, sqlite or busybox to /system/bin. This creates some issues but there is a work around. For things that don't need access to /system (like enabling non-market apps) I can use the ratc exploit to make those changes. If your device cannot use su in /system/bin then you can simple select a checkbox (as of v1.5) that says to use ratc.
There are 3 levels of "root" we can define:
Level 1: Shell Root (with ratc rooting the adb shell but no /system write access)
Level 2: Temporary Root (/system/bin/su installed but lost on reboot)
Level 3: Full Root (/system/bin/su installed and sticks)
Some devices have a NAND lock. SuperOneClick will only give a Shell root until you remove this lock.
The following phones can use [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.] to remove this lock:
- * Sprint EVO 4G (HTC Supersonic) * Droid Incredible (HTC Incredible) * HTC Desire GSM * HTC Desire CDMA (HTC BravoC) * HTC Aria * Droid Eris (HTC DesireC) * HTC Wildfire (HTC Buzz)
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