If you have a Samsung device then don’t worry, your warranty is gone forever… But if you own any other, maybe you can void it.
– Open The root kit by extracting The Rootkit using WinRAR
– Enable ”USB DEBUGGING” on your device
– Connect your device to your PC
– In the root kit open cmd.exe file … (If you can’t open cmd, go to C:/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/ copy cmd.exe to your RootKit Folder)
– In cmd window type the following command:
->adb devices *Your device will get listed in the window if it doesn't check your adb drivers or if you have followed the steps properly ->adb push busybox /data/local/tmp ->adb push su /data/local/tmp ->adb push Superuser.apk /data/local/tmp
If you succeed move on…
– Now you need Root Shell Type :
Note that you see a “$” sign in the command prompt. That means you are not in ”su” shell.
– Next run the following commands in the shell to change permissions and get some limited privileges for the Superuser files:
->chmod 6755 /data/local/tmp/su ->chmod 755 /data/local/tmp/busybox ->chmod 644 /data/local/tmp/Superuser.apk
Note: The names of the files are case sensitive!
– Done? Now you need to open a copy of linux which has nautilus… So enter your linux (I recommend using ubuntu 11.4) and type in the terminal (ctrl+alt+T)
This will open nautilus with root privileges.
You can just boot it from USB so no hassle of installing it…
Having your device connected with USB to PC switch it off and put it in download/recovery mode.
– In The exploring window navigate to:
– And move/cut ”su” and ”busybox” to:
– From the tmp Folder you went earlier, move/cut ”Superuser.apk” to:
– Now reboot you Android device… Congratulations ! You’re now ROOTED !
You want an easiest way to root your Android phone?
See: Root your android phone easily