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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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Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 : Install Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Value Pack


Friday 13th of January 2012 / androidauthority.com
Who needs the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update when one can get some features of high-end Samsung phones into one’s Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000? A leaked Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Value Pack firmware from Samsung lets you enjoy neat features, such as Face Unlock of the Galaxy Nexus, and improves the mobile phone’s performance.This leaked Value Pack firmware build XXJVU update includes the following:Face Unlock from Galaxy NexusGalaxy Note LockscreenGalaxy S2 Photo EditorImproved Camera AppAbility to take picture while taking videosFast auto-rotation responseNew Lockscreen soundsEnhanced stock browserSmoother and faster Gallery 3DHigher FPS rate in 3DMinor changes in the UIInstallation RequirementsThe leaked ROM for the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Value Pack build XXJVU hasn’t been thoroughly tested, so it may not be suitable for use daily. If you want to check out what the ROM has in store for you, you can try flashing it to your Galaxy S. But, take note of the following requirements and important reminders:Install the Samsung USB drivers for your phone on your PC.
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Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 Upgrade Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread Build DDLA1


Tuesday 07th of February 2012 / androidauthority.com
The Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 is one of Samsung’s very popular entry-level Android handsets.  When it was first released into the market, it originally came with Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread.  But, Samsung has already released an official update for the device, which will bring the phone’s firmware to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread.Also referred to as build DDLA1, the firmware update ties up some of the loose ends in the original firmware build that came with the Galaxy Y when it first came out.  So, even though the new version is not as exciting as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it may be worth updating your Galaxy Y with it.This firmware update build DDLA1 for the Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 should not be applied if you have a phone which is network-locked. Doing so might cause damage to your phone or could brick your phone.  Updating your handset to this firmware build will also make you lose root access (if you’ve previously rooted your phone).For instructions on how to upgrade your Galaxy Y S5360 to Gingerbread build DDLA1, read the rest of this guide.RequirementsComplete
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Rooting UMX u670c android 2.3.6


Saturday 02nd of February 2013 / androidforums.com
Been searching for weeks, not been able to find a root that would workPhone is umx u670cWhere I live, android phones are highly limited with what works and what don't.This was the only phone we could find that would work with a prepaid system like net 10. Took 2 hours on the phone with them to get it to even work. I live in a little rural town with 329 people lol. Country living and I love it. What I like to know is if there is a safe way to root this phone so I can loose some bloat. What I have triedSuperoneclickOneclickrootGingerbreakRootedAny help would be great, thanks.
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rooting android 2.3.6


Saturday 08th of October 2011 / android.net
Does anyone know how to root a N1 with android 2.3.6
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Root the Motorola Atrix 4G running Android 2.3.6 firmware 4.5.141 - Android Authority


Wednesday 21st of March 2012 / androidauthority.com
With the release of update 4.5.141 for the Motorola Atrix 4G also came bug fixes. Unfortunately, updating the Motorola Atrix 4G to the said firmware also meant losing root access.Thankfully, however, getting back root access is no problem. This method is similar to the one used to root version 4.5.91 firmware. If you aren’t familiar with it yet, have no fear. We’ll walk you through the process.RequirementsYou’ll need a few things:Motorola Atrix 4G running Android 2.3.6 firmware 4.5.141A Windows PC (32-bit)Motorola USB drivers for Windows.  Download the drivers from here and install them on your PC.A fully charged battery so that your Motorola Atrix 4G will not shut off in the middle of the update process.Make a backup of your important personal data.Make sure you’ve enabled USB Debugging through the path “Settings > Applications > Development” and check USB Debugging.Rooting files for the Motorola Atrix 4G (atrix-4g-moto-fastboot-win32.zip, 8.6 MB).InstructionsOnce you have everything, you may now proceed to rooting your Motorola Atrix 4G:Do
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Root the Samsung Galaxy S2 Running Android 2.3.6 Firmware Build XWKL1 - Android Authority


Sunday 11th of March 2012 / androidauthority.com
If you’ve updated your Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 with the official Samsung-released firmware for Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread build XWKL1 and have lost your root access along the way, there’s a way for you to get it back.Firmware XWKL1 for the Galaxy S2, said to be an incremental firmware update officially from Samsung, reportedly provides better battery life than earlier firmware updates.  For this reason, many folks have updated their Galaxy S2 to the said firmware and took an extra step: rooting the phone in order to further customize it.In this guide, you will learn how to root your Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 after updating it to firmware XWKL1 of Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread.RequirementsSamsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware XWKL1 installedBack up all your personal phone data (e.g., contacts, SMS, files, photos, Internet settings, MMS, etc.).  Do not use Samsung KIES in creating a back-up. Your rooted phone may be incompatible with Samsung KIES.Charge your battery to at least 60% power (full charge recommended) to keep your device running thr
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How to Root Your Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 with Android 2.3.6 DDKP1/DDKP2 Firmware - Android Authority


Thursday 29th of December 2011 / androidauthority.com
If you happen to own a Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread DDKP1 or DDKP2 firmware, then you’re in luck–we have step-by-step instructions on how to root your phone.Rooting your phone opens the way for third-party applications to access your system files, which allows you to customize your phone and make use of apps that require root access. Although rooting your device voids its warranty, it can be recovered by updating your device with default or stock firmware.If you want to customize your phone and use apps that require root, then go ahead and read through our rooting instructions for the Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 running Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread DDKP1 or DDKP2 firmware.Rooting PrerequisitesBefore we talk about how to root your Samsung SL I9003, let’s first focus our attention on some requirements.Download the respective rooting packages for DDKP1 or DDKP2. Get the package for DDKP1 here, and the package for DDKP2 here.Create a backup of your phone data and files or transfer all data in your SD card in case it gets erased or corrupted during the rooting
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Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100G: How to root on Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and install ClockworkMod Recovery - Android Authority


Wednesday 06th of June 2012 / androidauthority.com
You want it, you’ve got it! One of our avid readers has requested a rooting guide for the Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100G and we do not want to leave special requests unanswered. So, here is a rooting guide for your mobile phone. Take note this guide is intended for Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100G running Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and not with the Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100. Also be reminded that once you root your device, you will void your phone’s warranty.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Samsung Galaxy S2, model number GT-I9100G. Applying these instructions on another device or model may produce undesired outcomes.The information in this guide is provided for instructional and educational purposes only. There is no guarantee that these instructions will work under your specific and unique circumstances.Use these instructions at your own risk. We shall not hold any responsibility or liability for whatever happens to you or your device arising from your use of the info in this guide.Read and understand the whole guide first before actually perf
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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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