Samsung Galaxy Y is good phone in Samsung Galaxy’s series its default Android version is nice and works well but if your device is not working efficiently then you can root your device as well. But if you want to update the version of your Android you can root your device. Or there are many reasons to root your phone but you have to beware that rooting your phone may harms its warranty. Here is the simple way to root your Samsung Galaxy Y device. Before you go on to root your device check following requirements.
Requirements to Root Samsung Galaxy Y:
- A PC or Notebook.
- A working Internet connection.
- A Data cable of Samsung Galaxy Y to connect it with PC or Notebook.
- Samsung USB Driver or KIES on PC.
- The most important device (Samsung Galaxy Y).
Now you can go on to root your device.
Process to Root Samsung Galaxy Y:
- First of all you have to connect your Samsung Galaxy Y with your pc (Notebook).
- Connect your PC to Internet.
- Then download this zip file by clicking here.
- Now you have to move this file to your Samsung Galaxy Y’s SD Card.
- Now Disconnect PC from your Samsung Galaxy Y. You can now shut down your PC because it’s work is over Now.
- Further all Rooting process will be done using your Device (Samsung Galaxy Y).
- On your Device open Setting from Menu. Then open Applications then Development and finally mark on USB Debugging.
- Now restart your phone by pressing Volume up + Home + Power button at same time.
- Now you will see Recovery Mode on your Device. If you don’t see this on your device then go again to 8th point.
- In Recovery mode you will see that your phone’s touch will not work and you will navigate between options using volume up and volume down button and select an option using Home button.
- Now select the option Install zip from SD Card. (using method mentioned above)
- Then select Choose Zip from SD Card and find the downloaded zip and select it.
- Now you have to work with patience because now download process will start and it will take some time.
- Then select Wipe Data or Factory Reset and enable wipe cache partition.
- Now go back and select reboot option.
- After Rebooting process you will see that your device is rooted.