Android: Gingerbread 2.3.6 root for Samsung Galaxy S i9000

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SuperOneClick. That's all there is to it. No jibberish jargon, checking of build versions, phone models, etc. SO EASY!

There's more information about it here on XDA, but this program worked a charm on my phone where the other methods weren't so "clean".

Preparation

Make sure you've got:

  • Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0+ or Mono v1.2.6+
  • One of the supported operating systems (Vista+, Ubuntu Hardy+, Debian Lenny+)
  • Phone on USB Debugging mode
  • Computer detects your phone (may require USB drivers for your phone to be installed)
  • Download "Mount /system (rw/ro)" app

Procedure

  • Download the package, extract. I tried this on v2.3.3.
  • Run SuperOneClick.
  • Plug in the phone
  • Click root
  • Wait for it to finish
  • Unplug and reboot the phone manually

It couldn't be simpler!

*edit 25/6/2012* (Added following bits)

Now the last part.

You still won't be able to edit system files because the /system folder is mounted as read only. To change that to read/write, you'll need the "Mount /system (rw/ro)" app.

Start it up, enable write and away you go!

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4 comments:

  1. FYI, devices with 2.3.6 already installed have already "ROOTED" (aka fucked up) SuperOneClick
    so it doesn't work. Just fails at Step 7 every time.

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  2. I have tried it too....This does not work on 2.3.6...

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  3. i have a galaxy gigerbread v2.3.6 how to root it ?

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  4. Won't go beyond step 7.

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