Samsung has recently launched a low-budget Android smartphone named Samsung Galaxy Star which is providing value for the money specs. If you’re one of the few owner of this device and looking for the reliable guide to root Samsung Galaxy Star, this is probably the end to your search. Today, I’ve decided to write a tutorial on how to root Samsung Galaxy Star.
Before starting our tutorial on this, I would like to give you a quick overview of what this smartphone packs. The Samsung Galaxy Star comes up with Android 4.1 jelly bean OS, 1 GHz processor, enough 4 GB internal storage, 2 megapixel camera and decent 1200 mAH battery. It does lack crucial features such as 3G and A-GPS, however, if you consider the price factor of this device, lack of these features won’t matter much.
Before You Root Samsung Galaxy Star
- If you’re new to the Android world, let me warn you that rooting your Samsung Galaxy Star involves risk. Besides, this will also remove the warranty.
- It is recommended that you charge your Android smartphone adequately. I generally tell people to proceed only if the battery is charged to 75% or more.
- I shall not be held responsible if anything happens to your Android smartphone however this technique has been tested and found to be working by testers.
- You’ll have to pay close attention to what I’m saying at each step and even if you’re stuck somewhere, don’t hesitate to contact me by commenting below or sending an email at email@example.com
- Please take full backup of all your important stuff. There are apps available in Google Play store that lets you take full backup.
Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy Star
- Download and extract the contents of Cydia Impactor from the link given in download section.
- Download and install universal ADB drivers on your PC.
- Connect your Samsung Galaxy Star to the computer using USB cable.
- Once you’ve extracted, open this folder and double-click on Impactor.exe file.
- This window will look something like the screenshot that is shown below.
- There is this default command in this window. You’ll need to replace it with this - puch supersu su binary to /system/xbin
- Now, click on start button and wait for some time.
- You’ve now successfully rooted your Samsung Galaxy Star.
If there is any problem in rooting your Android smartphone, you can put a comment below. I will try my best to reply it as soon as possible.