Hello guys its Patrick and today I’m going to share Tutorial How to Root Galaxy Mini Gingerbread 2.3.4, The reason why I’m posting this article is cause today a friend of mine Aaron using android phone, who is with the Galaxy Mini Gingerbread 2.3.4 and want to root his phone just because he can screen record gaming videos for YouTube. as I should have realized that the USB Debugging mode is active but does not work, or do the Root by Super One Click does not work anymore. I searched the net and found a simple tutorial and it works. The steps I’m going to share is easy but require to flash file from recovery so that rooting becomes hassle free. This method is originally for galaxy Ace, however it works fine with Samsung galaxy mini as well. You can read further in order How to Root Galaxy Mini Gingerbread 2.3.4 with step by step information.
Samsung Galaxy Mini was my first android phone and soon after using it for month or two I’ve rooted my device because I wanted to take my android phone to next level and give more access to see the wonders of android operating system, I know as for now its most basic android device. I’m sure when android initially was launched many people like me went for this type of device across the world, During that time there was no option one click root apps which can do the magic of rooting within seconds. So it was obvious we need to follow rooting via PC and USB. Enough of reading and details? lets check how to root galaxy mini gingerbread 2.3.4 in few simple steps.
How to Root Galaxy Mini Gingerbread 2.3.4
1 – Download the file below:
2 – Copy the file in full to the SD;
3 – Turn off the Galaxy Mini and enter Recovery Mode holding POWER + HOME;
4 – Select the option Apply Update from SD card;
5 – Select the file you downloaded, ISO-8859-1__upd_1.zip, and press the HOME key;
6 – In a few seconds the process will end, then press Reboot System Now;
7 – Ready, Full ROOT!
Once you complete this steps and when your device reboots, instantly you will find SuperUser application installed in your phone. This means your device is rooted. Now in order to confirm that rooting is done correctly, simply download root checker from google play store and install it. Run a root check from that application and you will see a message verifying that device rooted. If you do not trust one click rooting application’s and still want to go with old method these above steps will work for you. So finally Aaron’s question on How to Root Galaxy Mini Gingerbread 2.3.4 is resolved and now he has full privileges of root.
I hope this personal experience in day to day life which inspired me to share this article.