Root Samsung Galaxy Y s5360

What is Rooting? Rooting is the process in which the limitations are removed and full-access is allowed. Once rooted, the Android phone owner will have more control over many settings, features and performance of their phone. Basically, rooting means to get to the root of the operating system and to have the ability to make global changes.

Why Should You Root Samsung Galaxy Y?
Rooting your Android phone does afford you numerous benefits, including:-

Running special applications-Superuser is an app that can only be run on a rooted Android phone. This allows you to control which apps have access to the root system.

Freeing up memory-When you install an app on your phone, it is stored on the phone's memory. Rooting allows you to move installed applications to your SD card, thus freeing up system memory for additional files or apps.

Custom ROM's-This is the most powerful feature of rooted phones. There are hundreds of custom ROM's that can do anything from speeding up the processing speed of your phone to changing the entire look and feel of your phone.
4.Play HD & 3D games on your Galaxy Y with the help of Chain fire 3D.
Why Should You Not Root Samsung Galaxy Y? There are not many reasons for you not to root Samsung Galaxy Y except the fact that your device’s warranty gets void. Usually all manufacturers provide a warranty of one year for the devices and they do not allow one to root the device and access system files. However, Android is an open source OS and hence there exists rooting! Also, you can unroot Samsung Galaxy Y later in case you wish to make use of your device’s warranty.

Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy Y s5360 
1. Download
2. Copy the downloaded file to the root of your SD Card via USB Cable or any other method according to your convenience.
3. Turn of your Samsung Galaxy Y
4. Reboot into recover mode by pressing Home button + Volume up button and Power button for 20 seconds.

5. When you are in recovery mode, select “Update from SD Card”.
6. Now select (the zip file you downloaded in step 1) and execute it by pressing the home button.
7. Now your phone will be rooted after which you can select the reboot option.
8. After this, your phone is rooted. I recommend you to download BusyBox from the Android Market after you have rooted your phone.

Note:- It is working in my mobile 100% without any problem. I am not responsible for, if it is not working, damage your mobile and or any other issues.
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