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Root Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread XXJVU Firmware With CF-ROOT


Wednesday 06th of June 2012 / android.gs
This guide should be used by Galaxy S I9000 users that have updated their phones to Android 2.3.6 XXJVU Gingerbread firmware. Please note that the CF-ROOT will void the phone’s warranty and you will be able to restore it back by installing its stock firmware.This guide is extremely easy to use and you should be able to complete it if you have some basic knowledge on how to use Odin and CF Root files. If you’re beginner then you should carefully proceed to the tutorial guide and you should use the comments section if you cannot fully understand what actions are required in order to successfully root the Galaxy S XXJVU firmware.Rooting your device will offer you support for accessing the phone’s Android sub-system and it will also install CWM Recovery, which means that you will be able to install new custom ROMs to improve the Galaxy S performance and enhance your Android experience by upgrading to an official CM9 or AOKP rom firmware, or if you prefer you can choose to upgrade to another custom ICS ROM build. Now that you’ve read all the info above, it means th
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How to Root Galaxy SL I9003 that runs DDKP3 Gingerbread 2.3.6


Tuesday 17th of April 2012 / android.gs
If you own a Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 handset you should know that there are many ways in which you can update its OS. You can choose whether to install an official OS, an unofficial / beta firmware or even to flash a custom ROM into its system, all bringing the Ice Cream Sandwich experience for you. Of course you have all this right here on Android.gs (just check our latest how to guides). But, in order to be able to apply an OS update you must first learn how to root your Galaxy SL smartphone.As you can tell, this is the purpose of the present tutorial: manually gain root access over your I9003 that runs the DDKP3 Gingerbread 2.3.6 firmware. If for the Froyo powered devices there is an app (Z4Root) that automatically roots almost any handsets, for Gingerbread you must do it manually. Don’t worry as the procedure is not that complicated and if you follow a step by step guide (like this one) everything should be fine. You have it all explained and detailed below so check it out and see if you can handle it.The reasons for completing a root procedure are many. The most relevant one i
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Root Galaxy Ace S5830 on Gingerbread 2.3.6 DDKQ8 ROM


Thursday 19th of July 2012 / android.gs
The Samsung Galaxy Ace users might be disappointed as Samsung recently stated that there will be no Jelly Bean updates released for their handsets due to hardware limitations. This shouldn’t upset you though, as there will soon arrive numerous custom ROMs based on the latest Android 4.1 that will perfectly suit your Ace S5830. But for being able to flash an unofficial firmware, you should first learn how to root the Galaxy Ace. That is exactly what we will be doing today, as during this step by step guide I will show you how to gain root access over the Gingerbread 2.3.6 DDKQ8 ROM.It will be an easy process that can be completed in just a couple of minutes. You will have to flash a file from your custom recovery image, so the same should be installed on your phone. Anyway, more details about the proper method can be found in the steps from below. Before proceeding to that you should check the rest of my indications as there are some things you must know. I will talk about the risks that come with this operation along with some recommendations regarding to your personal info which i
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2.3 gingerbread - Proxy app which doesn't requie any root access in android 2.3.6


Thursday 17th of January 2013 / android.stackexchange.com
I recently installed proxydroid app in my android 2.3.6 This application requires root access. Every time to use it, I need to make root access to my device.Is there any proxy app which does not require any root access?
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I Want to Root Android Version 2.3.6.... Any One Know How To Root?


Sunday 07th of October 2012 / everythingandroid.org
I Have Qmobile A2 Its Andriod And Its Version Is 2.3.6.... I Try To Root This Fone With Superclickone But its Stuck On 7th Stage.... My Friend Told My That Software SuperClickone Is Not Suppot This Version 2.3.6. My Fone Have 175 Mb Internal Memory And Its Giving My Low Memory Message Again N Again I m Fed Up Of It.... If Anybody Know How Can I Root This Fone And How Can I Increase The Rom Please Tell Me I m Very Thank Ful To You
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DROID RAZR Android 2.3.6 update (6.12.173) leaks, Install without root


Monday 23rd of January 2012 / talkandroid.com
From time to time leaked builds become available for certain devices. Most of the time, it’s not the final build, and we never know for sure whether or not it is. In this case the Android 2.3.6 update for the DROID RAZR is now available for you to install, and you won’t need to be rooted. The new build number is 6.12.173 and it brings you to Android 2.3.6 from 2.3.5//We’re told this build brings a LTE radio update which is probably the biggest reason to install it. You will also find some Blur enhancements along with some new bloatware like the Moto Car Finder we told you about a couple of months ago.Instructions after the break**If you’re not rooted you can skip to step 4 and follow to step 9 only. If you’re rooted and want to keep root, please start at step 1 and complete all steps.Prerequisite step basically. You must be running stock (current ota updated version to 6.11.748) and still have all your 748 bloat intact etc etc. Anything that you couldn’t uninstall without root needs to be on the phone. This includes things like editing the swype f
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Need help to Root and upgrade Android 2.3.6 MTK6573 - 7 inch tablet phone


Friday 16th of November 2012 / androidtablets.net
I bought a chinese tablet -Dolphin A70- 7 inch android tablet phonePlease help me with the information for the belowHow to Root this phoneUpgrade this to ICS from 2.3.6?Phone specs are belowCPU: MTK6573 ARM11 Dual core each 650MHz OS: Google Android 2.3 RAM: 512M Flash Memory: 8GB Support TF card extend 16GB max Display: 7 inch TFT LCD capacitive touch panel 800*480 Front Camera: 0.3 Mega Pixel Rear Camera: 2.0 Mega Pixel Battery: 4000mAh (Could be installed by yourself) Networking: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n GSM: 850/900 DCS: 1800 PCS: 1900 Can be used as a mobilephoneBelow is the configuration when i saw "About Phone" in the Settings menuModel-> e1107_v73_ht_84gAndrois version->2.3.6Baseband version-> MAUI.11AMD.W11.37.SP.V17.F1,2012/03/14 16:54kernel Version->2.6.35.7 (Sun Apr1 10:49:05 cst 2012)Build number ->ALPS.GB.FDD2.MP.V4.5Custom build version->133248561
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[2.3.6] sph-m580bst [root]


Sunday 01st of July 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
hey all, i finally got my phone to root, using zips in cwm i ran a nand though kitchen several times for deodexing and theming purposes, any idea how i can get a zip to boot? i just got my boost replenish yesterday and not sure if the cwm is working up to par? any help would help me get to theming thanks
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Upgrade Motorola Atrix 2 to Android 2.3.6 OTA Firmware Without Losing Root - Android Authority


Wednesday 29th of February 2012 / androidauthority.com
It is sometimes really frustrating when you apply an over-the-air (OTA) update because root access is usually lost in the process and you have to root all over again.  To those who are fond of trying custom ROMs on their devices, it really is a big PITA. Some people will try to stick with custom ROMs and avoid stock updates, just to avoid having to root their phones again. While some are just determined and will do the rooting all over again, which can be pretty tedious.If you own a Motorola Atrix 2 and want to update it to the OTA update for Android 2.3.6 without losing root access, it is now possible to do so.Thanks to XDA Developers member Michael443, the solution for enjoying the best of both worlds (i.e., OTA update without losing root) is made available for Atrix 2 users.  Check out the rest of this tutorial for instructions on how to upgrade while making sure that root access sticks.RequirementsGo through the things that you need first before proceeding to the installation. Make sure that you don’t skip anything from the list below.Rooted (but of course!) Motorola Atri
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Ascend 2 from kricket, version 2.3.6. want to root.


Thursday 24th of October 2013 / androidforums.com
Can anyone help me root my phone, tried poot and ministro, doesn't work. Getting error code 22, demon materialized and su did not write. Please help me if you can I want to get rid of all this bloatware
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