Galaxy Ace Advance GT-S6800 is made complete by a rooting. You can do it on your own with a dedicated post. This is why we wrote this tutorial. Its requirements and steps are here to provide an easy to perform rooting. Take a look at them and your phone will thank you!
SRSRoot is the rooting method you’ll see mentioned a lot today. That’s because it’s pre-installed with new stuff. Its goodies are available for free, too. The rooting is a procedure that leaves your phone with more than expected.
A Build ID is requested for a rooting. The one we thought of using was GINGERBREAD.XXLH1. The thing about the SRSRoot is that it accepts a very wide assortment of Build IDs, not only ours. This rooting app is dedicated and it’s powered by an SRS Server. Launched 2 years ago, the phone has an 832 MHz processor. The speed it delivers will received plenty of improvement.
You can still keep the phone’s current Android version, which is this one: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Compared to other rooting solutions, this application is able to function with all the Android OS variants available. Another great asset of the root access is that it works with various devices no matter the manufacturers behind them. Also, the app in question is an excellent unrooting option to use.
The benefits of this procedure
An update which is done on a phone that contains root access will do some considerable damage. The root access shall erase the smartphone’s system partition. Root access will be taken away from it, too. What won’t be taked away is the internal / external SD cards and important data.
With this app as an integral part of your phone, you can enjoy using it without worrying about security problems. The rooting will also make sure no bloatware lands on the device. A rooting lets you customize the smartphone with many new tweaks. These are joined by a wealth of new features. You should get ready to have your phone installed with many custom ROMs.
The SRSRoot app will also make you experiment with root-only applications. Plenty of battery tweaks are available, as well; that helps with the battery life of your phone. Admin and also superuser permission are other novelties.
Expect to be left without the warranty soon. The rooting will do that to the Galaxy Ace Advance GT-S6800. If you search for ways to grab it back, the Internet will provide those quickly.
This is what you should do before the rooting to transform your phone in a rooted one:
- you will find, at this address, USB drivers which are meant for the phone and download them on your laptop;
- after that, flash them on the laptop;
- charge the Galaxy Ace Advance GT-S6800 should its battery levels be low;
- backup the data on your smartphone;
- make a full NANDroid backup, via these tips;
- Windows needs to be your laptop’s operating system;
- then go and turn off the security programs on your Samsung GT-S6800;
- turn off the programs protecting your laptop against security problems.
Step by step instructions
Now’s your chance to start with the rooting. We give you our first step now.
- Here is what it tells you to do: open this page on your browser. We mention this because that’s where the SRSRoot must be downloaded from on your laptop.
- A special download button is on that page; click on it. After you do that, the app will land on the laptop.
- When it does, you have to install it. Open the app, then click on this option to activate it: Unknown Sources. Settings will direct you to that option.
- Did you forget to enable USB Debugging when we asked you to do it? If you did, turn it on now. You should do this next: plug the Galaxy Ace Advance GT-S6800 to the laptop.
- If you don’t know how: use the handset’s personal USB cable. Let the plugging happen, then begin the rooting.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]In order to enable this to start, click on the option known under this name: Root Device (All Methods). Now let about 15 minutes to pass.
- If they turn into 30 minutes or more of waiting, you’d do better to repeat all of the previous steps. After the rooting is completed, you can restart your smartphone. What you should tap to start this process is Reboot System Now.
Use the SRSRoot app if you’d rather unroot the phone.
Our guide contains a comment section. It’s under this post. You can use it to leave questions about the rooting.
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.