mustangtim49 · Jul 30, 2012 at 03:00 am

Ultimate Guide To Rooting/Unrooting the AT&T Skyrocket

Among other things, XDA is famous for its ability to help users obtain root with unprecedented efficiency. Usually, when a person makes the decision to root, the forums are both their first and last stop. Now, thanks to XDA Senior Member vincom, obtaining and removing root on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket just got a whole lot easier.

The guide is aimed at users with almost no experience with Android modification. The thread is very well laid out, with thorough and clear instructions. It also includes pictures and all necessary links to root your Skyrocket with confidence. With this guide, the steps are explained with detailed descriptions and images. There’s also a glossary section to acclimate even the greenest “noob,” and a separate guide for flashing CWM recovery.

Head over to the tutorial thread for all your Skyrocket rooting needs.


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