The Samsung Galaxy S2 comes equipped with a 4.3" Super AMOLED display and dual core processor, making the phones speed quite decent. It runs on android 4.1 Jellybean after up gradation, making the phone rather modern when compared to its release date. The screen resolutions accounts up to an extraordinary total of 480 x 800 pixels, making the phones display pretty good for its time. The device is powered by the Samsun Exynos 4210 dual core processor providing high processing speeds at the rate of 1.2GHz. The Galaxy S2, also has a total battery life talk time of about 10 hours, being enough to last you through the day. The phone comes in 3 models classified based on internal memory: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.
Advantages of Rooting Galaxy S2:
Rooting the Samsung Galaxy S2 has several advantages, mainly accessibility features. Some of them being:
1. Titanium backup
2. Debloat the ROM with stuff you do not desire using ROMCleaner
3. Flashing mods like increased in-call volume, increased brightness, interface customization etc.
4. Raise the read ahead values to load up apps, webpages, and other stuff faster
5. Getting rid of the Samsung Wiz UI, improving overall performance.
6. Upgrading to more recent versions of Android operating systems.
Android Rooting will void phone's warranty. We are not responsible for any damage or data loss caused to your phone. Do it on your own risk.
Make sure your phone is charged 70% at least.
Back up all your phone data.
Follow these steps:
1. Turn off your phone. Then, hold down Volume Down, Home and Power buttons together. Continue holding until you see a warning screen (about 3 seconds). Once its done press Volume Up.
2. Download Jeboo Kernel, Odin, Super SU. Extract the Odin files, but leave the kernel file as a .tar. Move Super SU zip file to your phone's external sd card.
3. Open ODIN3v1.85 as administrator & connect your phone via USB cable. You should then see a yellow highlighted box with COM and a number in it.
4. Click PDA button & Select Jeboo Kernel.
5. Uncheck Auto Reboot & make sure only F. Reset Time is checked.
6. Click Start button. The kernel should start flashing. Once it is done remove the back panel & remove the battery of your phone. Wait for few seconds & keep the battery back.
7. Hold Volume Up, Home and Power buttons together until your phone goes into CWM Recovery (about 20 seconds).
8. Select Install Zip. Then select Choose zip from sdcard.
9. Select CWM-SuperSU.zip file.
10. Go back & select Reboot System now.
If you find Super SU app in your phone's app drawer that means your phone is rooted!!