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    Default [TUT]ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (Now with UNROOT)

    1. What does rooting means?

    - Rooting a DROID allows us to have access to basically ALL of the system files at the O/S level. And with that access, theoretically one could make things happen that by default mobile manufacturers didn't intend to happen. Apps for certain phones could work with our DROID, for instance.



    2. Does rooting void warranty?

    - A rooted phone will not be covered on your warranty, but the awesome DEV have found a fairly easy yet "technical" process of returning to your phones stock status, leaving Service Centers blind to the fact that you were ever rooted. YOU WILL NEED to be able to understand the UNROOTING process if the phone requires warranty coverage.

    3. What Does Root Give Me?

    - Full control over your system

    - Ability to alter system files(this is dangerous). You can replace many parts of the "Android Core" with this including:

    -----> Themes

    -----> Core apps (maps, calendar, clock etc)

    -----> Recovery image

    -----> Bootloader

    -----> Toolbox (linux binary that lets you execute simple linux commands like "ls") can be replaced with Busybox (slightly better option)

    -----> Boot images

    -----> Add linux binaries

    - Run special apps that need more control over the system

    -----> SuperUser (lets you approve or deny the use of root access to any program)

    -----> Tether apps

    - Backup your system

    -----> You can make a folder on your sdcard and backup all of your .apk files to your sdcard (helps if an author decides to "upgrade" you to a version that requires you to pay to use the version you just had)

    - Relocate your (browser/maps/market) cache to your /sdcard

    - Relocate your installed applications to your /sdcard

    - Reboot your phone from the terminal app easily (su <enter> reboot <enter>)

    Credits to Sir Vhin

    NOW the moment your waiting for.. Here's the procedure for rooting our Galaxy Y.

    credits to vincent_smoox of xda

    1. Download needed file (update.zip attached below)
    2. Copy ZIP file to the root of your SD-card
    3. Turn off your phone
    4. Switch ON your device in the recovery Mode
    (hold power, volume up, home button together).
    5. Select update from SD Card option. (yung volume keys gamitin pang select)
    6. You will see that the list of files will come from which you will have to select the file which is named as Update.zip
    7. Wait for a few seconds.
    8. Congratulations! Your Galaxy Y S5360 should now be rooted


    The quickest way to test if your already rooted is to simply open up your Apps folder and see if a new app called ‘Superuser Permissions’ shows up. It has a picture of a ninja. If you see this, you’re rooted! Congratulations!


    UNROOT your phone:

    Follow the same steps above but instead of using update.zip use update-unroot.zip

    Tested and working for my phone. Kung recently ng-update kayo ng SUPERUSER app... remove the updates first para mabura talaga sya


    USEatYOURownRISK
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    Last edited by MrGambit; 20th Nov 2011 at 11:50. Reason: Added UNROOT Option

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    Default Re: ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    Quote Originally Posted by MrGambit [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Download the file attached here:
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    1. Download needed file (update.zip)
    2. Copy ZIP file to the root of your SD-card
    3. Turn off your phone
    4. Switch ON your device in the recovery Mode
    (hold power, volume up, home button together).
    5. Select update from SD Card option. (yung volume keys gamitin pang select)
    6. You will see that the list of files will come from which you will have to select the file which is named as Update.zip
    7. Wait a few minutes
    8. And…..voila!! Your Galaxy Y S5360 is now rooted






    andun nga si superuser app!!!

    any questions... first ask google...
    Nice! I got this also earlier from XDA. There's another thread from XDA that also shows another option if this will not work. I just cannot remember the link.

  3. #3

    Default Re: ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    ask lng po working po b yang pag root? tnx

  4. #4

    Default Re: ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    feedbacks naman po kung working to.

  5. #5

    Default Re: ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    working po to mga sir mam, kakasubok ko lang, pinost ko pa nga tut nito akala ko kasi tga xda-developer orig ts hehe

  6. #6

    Default Re: [TUT]ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    it works!tnx

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    Default Re: [TUT]ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    working nga sir.....may superuser nga na lumabas.....salamat dito

    after ko ma root sir anu sunod? pasensya na ha super newbie din eh

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    Default Re: [TUT]ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    ask ko lang po kasi super newbie din ako sa samsung..hehe anu po ba nagagawa nitong pag root ng galaxy y?kabibili ko lang kasi nito kanina..

    EDIT: lam ko na po pala sya..kung baga sa nokia, parang ihahack mu po sya or flash to gain full control over the phone's system..kahirap ng nangangapa..hehe
    Last edited by aidyaram; 28th Oct 2011 at 23:29.

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    Default Re: [TUT]ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    ^ korek... madaming magagawa sa phone pag rooted na.. parang jailbreak sa iphone

  10. #10

    Default Re: [TUT]ROOT your Galaxy Y S5360 (New)

    may mga bad effects po ba ang pagro-root ng samsung galaxy young? paano po i-stop once na na-root mo na siya?

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