Oct 30 2015
Samsung Mobile has done its enormous contribution in allowing economy budget holders in getting a Smartphone, by means of low budget but economy-feature-rich Smartphones. Samsung Galaxy Pocket S5300 is such a device, which comes with a satisfying price tag along with economy features. Though it has a visual resemblance with Galaxy Mini, this device, from the same Smartphone series, boasts an impressive list of specifications, which is adequate for an Android-powered Smartphone you can get. However, in order to enhance the productivity of your device by means of productive apps and tools, you will have to get root access to your device, commonly known as rooting. Here, we will show you an ultra-simple tutorial for rooting your Samsung Galaxy Pocket, which obviously contains less messing-up stuff. Before that, for satisfying those double-minded users about the rooting process, we will mention the benefits you can attain by rooting Galaxy Pocket, which is more than enough for every Android user.
Advantages of Rooted Samsung Galaxy Pocket
- Of course, as you can guess, you can install applications, requiring ‘root-only’ property.
- Rooting can fasten your Android operating system as well as making a drastic improvement in performance of device.
- You can remove bloatware, unwanted set of applications from manufacturer, to get more space as well as performance.
- Just like all other platforms, rooting gifts you the ability to upgrade to custom ROMs rather than using the one, done by manufacturer.
- You can feel a noticeable visual enhancement in device
- Some reports say that the rooting process has helped in reducing battery consumption
- You can install a new kernel in your device, if you want so.
We hope that these advantages are enough for forcing any Android user to root his Samsung Galaxy Pocket Smartphone. If you could include yourself in that mentioned group, now we will jump to the much simple but effective step of rooting your device.
Rooting Samsung Galaxy Pocket
When compared to other devices, the rooting process of Samsung Galaxy Pocket is something quite simple, as it contains fewer steps. Nevertheless, you should take a backup of all your required information, so that you will not loss your data even if something goes wrong. In addition, we recommend you to keep a charge of 80% in your device before starting the rooting process. Main steps of rooting are as follows.
Download the rooting file.
- Transfer this file to your device’s SD card. Preferably, it is good to keep the file in the home directory itself, for easier retrieval.
- Switch off your device
- Switch it on by pressing ‘Volume Up + Home + Power’ buttons.
- From the appearing menu, choose the option to ‘Apply update from SD Card’. You can use volume keys for navigation and home button for selection.
- Choose the update.zip file from your SD card directory.
- Go back to the main menu and select the option to reboot.
- After the reboot, you will get your Rooted Samsung Galaxy Pocket.
Once you have successfully rooted your device, by following steps mentioned above, you can get access to tools, mentioned below.
- Super User Application – To check your rooting was successful or not.
- Titanium backup – To keep a backup of all your applications
- Root explorer – For exploring through internal files
- ROM Manager – You can use this application for the installation of custom ROMs.
- Barnacle Wi-Fi tether – For sharing your internet connection.
We also hope that the post-rooting results of Samsung Galaxy Pocket are impressive.