How to Root Samsung Galaxy R on ICS Version 4.0.4

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Here, is a very simple guide to root Samsung Galaxy R running on ICS version 4.0.4. By following just 5 simple steps you can root Samsung Galaxy R running on ICS version 4.0.4. Please  be informed that, once you root your device. Its warranty may get void.

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Pre requisites:

  • Before start to proceed, take backup of all your internal datas with the help of backup applications. Because, rooting may wipe your data. If you have backup you could easily recover them back.
  • Next charge your Samsung Galaxy R fully or atleast you need to have 70% to avoid the risk of your device getting turned off during the middle of the rooting process.
  • Then disable all the antivirus suites, because this may interrupt the rooting process.
  • Make sure USB debugging option is enabled in your device by following the path Settings>Applications>USB Debugging.
  • Finally, this procedure is one and only for Samsung Galaxy R device running on ICS Version 4.0.4. So, don’t try it on other device. If you do so you may lost your phone.

DISCLAIMER : Best Android Blog would not be held responsible/liable for any damages that takes place to your device by following this procedure. So, do everything at your own risk.

Step 1:

First go here and scroll down to ARM devices (2.0 – 4.1). Then you will see 3.2-RC2 under it is a link to the download, click it to start the download.

Step 2:

Ounce you have downloaded it you want to put it onto the root of your SD card. You can do this by putting it onto your external SD card and copying it over to the root of your phone.

Step 3:

Boot into CWMR. You can do this by shutting your phone down completely and ounce its shut off you hold down power and the Volume Up button.

Step 4:

After you boot into CWMR you want to install zip from SD card so hit the volume keys to move up and down and click install zip from SD card. Then you scroll down to where the Superuser zip file is and flash it.

Step 5:

Once you have flashed it you want to reboot your phone  by going back to main menu and clicking reboot. Wait until the rebooting process is over.

That’s it you have done. Now, your Samsung Galaxy R should be rooted.

About Sarvesh Darak

Sarvesh Darak is a blogger, an online marketer, a social media specialist and an Android Lover. At Best Android Blog, he writes Android news & tutorials for Android Rooting. He is the tech head and ensures that the blog keeps running at good pace. He also looks after all the SEO and promotion work. He’s from Surat, India and keep contributing regularly at the blog.

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