How To Root Samsung Galaxy I5500

How To Root Samsung Galaxy I5500

[note color=”#73ff00″]Please Read and understand the Full Gudie before Performing Any Action.[/note]
[note color=”#f19e74″]Warning:- Use these instructions at your own risk. We will not be responsible for everything that happens to you or your device, resulting from the use of information in this guide.[/note]
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  • This tutorial is only for Samsung Galaxy I5500 .
  • Please do not use it on any other options smartphone or tablet.
  • You need to enable USB debugging mode is disabled by default.
  • Your smartphone must have a 70-80% charge.
  • Make a backup copy of important data such as call logs, SMS and other data, it is to if something goes wrong, your data is not affected [/note]

2.) By z4root

Download and install z4root:. Http:// … 1290341328

(To install an apk file from your computer to see this tutorial. Http://

  • Enable USB Debug in Settings / Applications / Development / Debug USB).
  • Launch the application and select Temporary Root or Root:
  • Root mode activates the permanent root of your mobile. To disable it, simply return to z4root and click on A-rooot
  • Temporary Root fashion root the phone until you restart your mobile.
  • Wait for the complete end of the activation of the selected mode.
  • Your phone will display a blank screen and restart itself.
  • Once your phone has restarted, restart the application of z4root
  • An “authorization request Super-User” appears, click Yes

Your mobile is Rooted.

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