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jailbreak Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 Gingerbread 2.3.5

March 21, 2012 | Leave a comment(0) Go to comments

Below steps can help you root or jailbreak Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 on Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. The guide is very simple and you can easily root Galaxy Y running the Android version 2.3.5 . I have also given the list of common errors which are faced with rooted Samsung Galaxy Y reported by many blog readers after rooting.

Warnings

  1. Rooting voids the warranty, though can be regained by updating with the default firmware.
  2. You have to follow the instructions carefully other wise you may brick your phone.
  3. Before proceeding to root make a full backup of your data.
Disclaimer: Jailbreakstation is not responsible for any damage or loss of data due to following our tutorials on our website.

How To Root / Unlock /Jailbreak Galaxy Y GT-S5360 

  1. First of all Unzip Utility App so that during Recovery Mode, Update.zip file is easily accessible, so download ES File Exchanger from Android Market and install it.
  2. Now download Update.zip file on your computer by clicking this download link.
  3. Connect Samsung Galaxy Y your computer and copy the update.zip on SD card of the phone.
  4. Disconnect the phone from computer and shut it down.
  5. Put the Galaxy Y in recovery mode by doing as mentioned: (Press and hold Home Button, Volume Up button and Power Button for 20 Seconds and your device will go in Recovery Mode)
  6. While in the recovery mode select option “Update from SD Card”
  7. Browse and locate the Update.zip file which you copies in third step and press home button, the rooting process will be initiated and your mobile will be rooted.
  8. Reboot and Galaxy Y is now rooted….Enjoy!
  9. After rooting download BusyBox app and Install it to use.

Bugs/Errors in Gingerbread 2.3.5 in Galaxy Y GT-S5360

I have given below some errors and bugs which are faced usually in every Galaxy Y GT-S5360 after it is rooted, and these can be recovered by simply rebooting your device (till now this solution is available). The common root errors are:

  • WiFi does not respond, either stucks at ON or OFF position
  • GPS stops responding
  • Video Streaming suddenly stops
  • Downloading stops suddenly
  • Device forces to close any running application
  • Latitude suddenly starts syncing and showing Check Ins




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