Similar to Samsung Galaxy Y and Samsung Galaxy Pocket, another low-end Android smartphone is Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 featuring 3.14 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen, Qualcomm MSM7227 Chipset and 600 MHz ARMv6, running on Android v2.2 (Froyo), upgradable to v2.3 (Gingerbread).
In fact, the latest version of Android is 4.1.2/4.2.2 Jelly Bean, so if you want to update Jelly Bean on your device then simply you have to root Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570.
So are you ready to root Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570, then proceed further. Before that, you have to read the disclaimer and prerequisite section. So, let’s start our journey.
Disclaimer: Rooting will void your phone Warranty. We are not responsible if anything happens to your phone. This article is purely for Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570, applying these steps on another device may produce troubles. Don’t miss any of the steps, firstly read and understand the whole tutorial then go for the actual process.
1. Your mobile should have 70 – 80% battery
2. Make sure that you have enabled USB debugging (All apps > Settings > Manage Applications > Development > USB Debugging – check box)
3. Ensure you have backed up your important data.
4. Install Samsung Galaxy ace S5830 drivers from here.
Procedure to Root Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570
Step 1: Download update.zip to root Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 and place it into external SD card.
Step 2: Switch off your phone to boot into recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume up button + Home button + Power button together.
Step 3: From the recovery menu, select “update from sdcard” and select the “update.zip” file, which you have downloaded earlier.
Step 4: As rooting process is completed, reboot your phone.
That’s it, you have successfully rooted your Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570 running. A simplest and easiest guide for rooting Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570. If you face any problem while rooting the phone then put your query or problem via comments below and we will solve it ASAP! Happy Rooting
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