One-Click Root/Unroot for Most Galaxy Devices
A few days ago, we featured an article regarding a One-Click Root Software for the Samsung Captivate. Its creator, XDA member TGA_Gunnman has posted an update big enough to deserve a follow up article. This new tool is a multi-device root/unroot service tool that can be used for most versions of the Samsung Galaxy S devices. This list includes:
- Captivate SHG-I897
- Vibrant SGH-959
- Epic SPH-D700
Also, as an added function you can now unroot the device as easily, by using the One-Touch function as well. The app will be updated as newer devices are released.
This One-Click Root process will copy over the rooted-update.zip file then reboot your phone. Follow the instructions in the CMD prompt that launches.
LeshaK at Samdroid: for the original rooted-update.zip.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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