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    Auto rooting problem in Samsung Galaxy S II

    Hey guys, I have a Samsung Galaxy S II and I wanna root it. But I am unable to do it. I have used SuperoneClick(latest version and even older versions) but it fails every time. It starts but it gets stuck after 2 minutes(I have turned on usb debugging). I asked one of my friends and he says the phone is auto rooted by samsung. The superuser app doesn’t show up but I can install apps.

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    GKSKVKRK GKSKVKRK is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Auto rooting problem in Samsung Galaxy S II

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    To perform a Soft Reset:

    :: From the home screen, open the menu button.

    :: Press on "settings" on your device.

    :: Then select and open the “SD & Phone Storage” option after the settings.

    :: Now hit on “factory data reset” which is located at the bottom part.

    :: Then hit on “Reset Phone” so that you will finalize the "Factory Reset" task.

    :: By doing this your root issue goes.

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    sarthak01 sarthak01 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Auto rooting problem in Samsung Galaxy S II

    welcome....

    Auto rooting problem in Samsung Galaxy S II

    follow the steps to solve the problem---


    -->start the button of menu key option.

    -->click the setting option on the menu .


    -->open the “SD & Phone Storage” option .

    -->click on “factory data reset” option.

    -->hit on “Reset Phone” option.

    -->press the "Factory Reset" task.

    -->now solve the rooting problem on the screen.

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    Manjeet Malik Manjeet Malik is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Auto rooting problem in Samsung Galaxy S II

    Hello sir,
    Follow these steps to
    solve your problem
    »» First go to main menu
    »» then go to setting
    »» then open sd and phone
    storage option
    »» then tap on factore data
    reset option
    »» then tap on reset phone
    option
    »» then tap on factory reset
    option
    »» now your rooting problem is solved
    thank you.

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