Did you purchase Samsung Galaxy Core recently? How is your device performing? If you’re experiencing lags and sluggishness, you better be aware of how to root Samsung Galaxy Core. Why? The simple reason that I would like to quote here is – Rooting will allow you to remove the unwanted apps. That just means that you can also replace the home-screen launcher.
Actually, the process of rooting Samsung Galaxy Core is fairly easy with the simple rooting tool called OneClickRoot. Developers and friends of mine have tested this method and it is working totally fine.
Just to give you a small recap, Samsung Galaxy Core packs 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 4.3 inches 480×800 pixels resolution, 1 GB RAM, 5 megapixel camera at back and 0.3 megapixel camera at the font.
- If you root your Samsung Galaxy Core, the warranty would not be valid anymore.
- Rooting your Samsung Galaxy Core involves risk and I must not be held responsible for any damage that may cause by following the guide here.
- I would recommend you to charge your Samsung Galaxy Core to 75% or more. This is an essential step and you must not forget it.
- You’re also required to enable USB debugging. You can enable it by going into the settings > development > USB debugging.
- Generally, rooting won’t remove or delete anything from internal and external memory but I would recommend you to take the proper precautions by backing up important files.
How to Root Samsung Galaxy Core
- Please connect your device to the computer using USB cable.
- Make sure that you’ve enabled USB debugging. If it is disabled, you must enable it and reconnect your Samsung Galaxy core to the computer.
- Download the file called One Click Root from the link that has been provided above.
- Once you download, you’ll see a simple .exe file.
- Double click on this file to open.
- Now, click on the button called “Root Now”.
- If you’re unsure about what to click, simple refer this image below.
- This will begin the process to root Samsung Galaxy core.
- Please be patience for sometime as it may take 4-5 minutes in rooting your Samsung Galaxy core.
- Upon completion, your device should restart automatically.
- Don’t worry if it doesn’t restarts automatically. You can reboot it manually.
And BTW, congratulations for successfully rooting your Samsung Galaxy core. If you want to verify the rooting of Galaxy core, you can download an app called Root checker. It will let you know whether the rooting was successful or not.