The Samsung Galaxy S Duos is a very good budget phone with great features. It is a dual SIM phone with 1Ghz processor and 5 MP camera. It has the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But Jelly Bean and KitKat are already there in the market. And to have this latest version in your phone you first need to have rooting access.
Here in this article, i will guide you ” How to Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos and Install CWM Recovery “. This process requires to download some rooting kit including Odin.
Warning: Rooting your phone may void your warranty. Or the incorrect process can also brick your device.
Before You Start Rooting
- Your Phone must be 80% charge at least.
- You must backup all your important data.
- USB Debugging must be On in your device ( To turn it on navigate to Settings>>Manage Application>>Development>>USB Debugging ).
- Samsung Galaxy S Duos drivers must be installed on your PC
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How to Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos
Step 2: Transfer SuperSu-V1.8 zip to your phone SD card.Step 3: Power Off your phone and reboot it into recovery mode by pressing Volume Down + Home + Power key and hold for some time.
Step 4: A Warning Yellow Triangle will appear, now press volume up key to continue.
Step 5: Now Run Odin (downloaded) on your computer.
Step 6: Now connect your phone to PC.
Step 7: When your phone get connected to pc, Odin will automatically detect it. And an Added message will appear in the lower-left panel of Odin.
Step 8: Now click on the PDA button and browse the recovery.tar (from the extracted file).
Step 9: Now hit the Start button to begin the flashing process.
Step 10: A green Pass signal will appear on Odin. Now disconnect your USB cable.
Step 11: Now Power Off and again boot it into recovery mode.
Step 12: Now use volume up key to highlight Install Zip from SD card, and chose the SuperSu-V1.8 zip file that we transfer earlier.
Step 13: Now go Back and choose Reboot System Now.
You have successfully rooted your Samsung Galaxy S Duos, now a SuperSu app is installed in your device. You can use this app to give rooting access to other apps.