Galaxy Mini 2 GT-S6500 is in the running for a very important change. Which is brought on by an SRSRoot app. As such, what your phone will go through is a rooting!
Whenever a phone becomes rooted, that device has access to stuff it didn’t have before. Which means different options for customization and admin permission. Root access also has to do with new features followed by superuser permission. In the end you’ll receive these, too: custom ROMs and then battery life improvement. To go through an unrooting, better use the same method.
If the phone’s 800 MHz Cortex-A5 CPU doesn’t function well anymore, the rooting will definitely improve its performance.
The advantages of this method
There’s also this to consider: this rooting tool allows your device to keep its Android 2.3.6 OS. In terms of Build ID, we had the help of GINGERBREAD.DXMH1. It’s not necessary for you to also use this ID. Thanks to the SRSRoot app, any Build ID is a good option.
Being compatible with any brand gives the SRSRoot another advantage over other rooting tools. As us the fact that the app is powered by an SRS Server. Other advantages are given by the fact that no bloatware will appear on your handset after the root access is delivered. We didn’t deal with security problems while using this software.
While you don’t have security issues to solve, you still have to give some things up if you root the Galaxy Mini 2 GT-S6500. There will be no warranty anymore. Important data will not be deleted, but the system partition will in case you want an upgraded device. Root access has to go away, too, if you plan on an update. Even if you do apply an update firmware, your phone’s internal and external SD cards will not receive blows.
The following list of instructions is required so that you start the rooting on the right footing:
- your Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 S6500 is in need of backups if you don’t want to lose data on it;
- a full NANDroid backup must be created by using these instructions;
- your phone’s USB Debugging has to be turned on;
- a fully charged battery must be used for the rooting;
- go to your laptop and install, on it, USB drivers for the smartphone from here;
- if the security software on the handset are turned on, deactivate all of them;
- disable the security software which come with the laptop;
- our rooting guide must only be applied if your laptop’s OS is the Windows one.
Step by step instrctions
- You will have to go through this first step now: download this special app on the notebook you use. You can use this website for the process. After you launch this page, you will spot a download button.
- As soon as you do, click on it to activate the download. Should some minutes be up, you should go on by opening the tool on the laptop when the installation is all done.
- Considering the previous steps are over, have the following performed: tap Unknown Sources. Menu will have to be tapped on your smartphone, then Settings; the option we indicated is under the latter.
- If this action is completed, another one will come up now. And it should go like this: turn on USB Debugging.
- The option may have already been activated; if so, leave it turned on and continue. To do that, make sure you plug the smartphone and the laptop together.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]You need the aid of your handset’s USB cable to establish a connection. A couple of minutes are needed in order to create this connection. Once the plugging is provided, turn on Root Device (All Methods).
- When the rooting procedure is initiated, the procedure will happen in a matter of minutes. Allow these minutes to pass, after which you can do the following: reboot the Galaxy Mini 2 GT-S6500. And then wait a bit till the device restarts at last.
After the last step has ended, you’re allowed to give the rooted phone a try. Play with the new features, enjoy the custom ROMs and every other novelty brought on by the rooting. If you don’t enjoy a rooted smartphone, you have this special app to use for unrooting the device.
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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.