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Tutorial: How to Flash and Root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830
Ok Galaxy owners, heres a great tip! XDA member hubix presents an interesting tutorial on how to upgrade and root your Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830. A full guide that will lead you through every step to successfully upgrade your device, including a list of the necessary files, preparing your phone, flashing and rooting, all explained on a very easy language and including all the necessary files.
Be sure to understand all instructions before proceeding and don´t forget to leave your feedback.
Originally posted by hubix
[TUTORIAL] How to flash and root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830
in this tutorial I will show you how to upgrade and root your Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830. This method is the simplest way to do it.
Shall not be liable for any resulting damage to your phone! Everything you do at your own risk!
You will need (most files are available below this post):
– PC with Windows XP SP2 or later
– .Net Framework 2.0 or later
– Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830
– USB to Micro-USB cable
– Samsung Kies
– ODIN 4.38
– SuperOneClick 1.9.1
– New firmware (You must be registered on this page and remember to select appropriate region
Continue to the tutorial thread.
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