Samsung Galaxy S Duos Complete Rooting Guide
Samsung Galaxy S Duos was launched in September 2012, is the successor to the Original Galaxy S and is a dual SIM phone as the word Duos implies. It sports a 4.0 inch 480X800 FVGA screen. The phone runs Android v4.0.4 ICS with Samsung’s Propriety TouchWiz on top. On the storage front the phone has 768 MB RAM and 4GB Internal Storage which is expandable up to 32 GB. For the camera department the phone has a 5 MP + 2 MP duo. While the handset is powered with a 1500mAh Li-ion Battery, Qualcomm MSM7227A Snapdragon runs the show for Galaxy S Duos.
This simple guide explains you how to root Samsung Galaxy S Duos using The Unlock Root. Although there are number methods through which S Duos can be rooted but this method is very straight forward easiest and probably the best way (as far as our opinion go). If you have already rooted your device, head over to this link which will guide you in flashing Custom ROM.
Warning: Kindly note that rooting your phone voids its warranty. Tech Race is not responsible if you end up bricking your phone. Moreover we will be helping you throughout the process. Kindly follow the guide step by step:
1. Enable USB debugging mode – Menu (app drawer) > Settings > Manage Applications > Development > USB Debugging – check box.
2. Charge your device at least 70%.
Also take a complete BACKUP of your device just in case anything goes wrong.
1. Download Unlock Root Pro (Visit their official page and download PRO or FREE Version as per your wish).
2. Install the software on your PC.
3. Connect S Duos to your PC via USB cable.
NOTE: Kindly Enable USB Debugging Mode.
1. Open “UnlockRoot.exe” and it will automatically detect the device.
2. You will see a “Root” button on the main screen. Click on “Root” button to root your Device and follow the Instructions.
3. After the process is completed just reboot your device.
4. Sit back and relax. Your Samsung Galaxy S Duos is now rooted.
If you face any problem write to us in the comments section below so we can help you with troubleshooting.