This guide is talking about how to root Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 XXJVU Firmware. If you're not using this type of phone, you can't follow the steps below to root it. Please search other rooting solutions by using the search box in our website.
1) Only for Galaxy S GT-I9000 XXJVU Firmware, don't try other device with this rooting guide.
2) Rooting will void your phone's warranty (you can also restore it back by installing its stock firmware).
3) Make sure that your phone's battery is more than 70%, ensuring you a smooth rooting process.
4) Strictly follow every step in the guide. Don't casually unplug the USB cable connection during the process.
5) Wondershare doesn't take resposibility for any damage caused to your device during the procedure. We advise you a full and detailed read of the steps below. If you have any question or doubt, please leave it in the comment part at the bottom of this guide.
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How to Root Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 with One Click
Step 1 Connect your Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 to PC.
Step 2 Click Toolbox tab. In the Other Tools section, click One-click Root to root and get full-control of your Galaxy S GT-I9000. Read the warning message and click Root to start the process. Please wait while TunesGo Android Root is getting root access. Be patient, because it can take a while.
Step 1. Extract the file: CF-Root-XX_OXA_JVU_2.3.6-v4.3-CWM3RFS.zip. After it, you'll get a kind of .tar file.
Step 2. Extract the file: Odin3.zip, and you'll get a .exe file.
Step 3.Switch off your phone (don't connect it to your computer).
Step 4. Press the Volume Down + Home + Power buttons together for about 5 seconds, and then you'll get into the Download Mode (a yellow logo screen will appear at that time).
Step 5. Run Odin3 by double clicking the .exe file on your computer.
Step 6. Then connnect your Galaxy S2 to the computer with a USB cable. When it's connected, you'll see that one of the ID:COM box on the window of the Odin3 will become yellow.
Note: If you didn't see the yellow box, you need to install the USB drivers (download it here) for your phone. Then try this step again. If everything is Ok, you can directly go to the next step.
Step 7. Tick off the box before PDA in Odin3, and then you'll be asked to load a file. Browse to the .tar file that you extracted before. Select and load it.
Step 8. Click the Start button on the Odin. At this time, the root process begins.
Step 9. When the root process ends, your phone will reboot. Now disconnect your phone to the computer. Now your phone has been rooted, and you can do whatever you want with it.