Multi Root Installer Easily Roots and Unroots the Galaxy Y
Want to easily root your Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 without having to go through any complicated procedures or use your PC? Rooted it already, but looking for a way to unroot for warranty reasons without having to flash a stock ROM? Multi Root Installer is a single tool that lets you do all that, and it comes with the option to choose between SuperUser and SuperSU when acquiring root as well.
Brought to you by XDA Recognized Contributor manoranjan2050, Multi Root Installer comes with the latest versions of the su binary, SuperUser and SuperSU apps, BusyBox, SQLite and SSH. It’s a GUI app that once installed, runs on your phone and does the rooting/unrooting for you in a step-by-step wizard interface.
Want to give it a go? You can get started by visiting the application thread.
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