Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most powerful Android phones available right now and is certainly the best one out there if you have been looking for a new Android-powered phone. There are different ways to root the Samsung Galaxy S II, but the easiest one is now available – S2 One-Click Root for the Samsung Galaxy S II.
All the credit for this amazing software goes to “lyriquidperfection” from XDA-Developers. You can now root Samsung Galaxy S II with just one-click, all thanks to S2 Root.
Samsung Galaxy Tab is the only valid competitor for the iPad at the moment and is the best Android tablet. Good news? You can now easily root Galaxy Tab with z4root in just one click without fussing around too much with any tools/code.
Why root? Rooting Galaxy Tab will allow you to install system mods, access system files, uninstall system apps, flash custom firmwares, create Nandroid backups etc.
Just read Paul’s tweet that, MoDaCo 3.1 ROM for HTC Hero will have a new optimization system which will be worth waiting for. Now I can’t wait to give it a try.
Coming back to the topic, the tutorial on how to root Nexus One using Superboot on Windows, Linux and Mac is there on the Modaco forums and I’m posting it for the readers here as well.
Google Nexus One is rumoured to be released on January 5, in a special Android press event which is going to be held at the Google Headquarters in Mountain View.
Just a week before its release, Paul over at Modaco Forums has already managed to root the Nexus One and release a custom boot image called as Superboot.
Surprised? We all are! Google Nexus One root is now available for download. The rooted ROM for Google Nexus One is already available for download a week before its official release.
Android 2.1 has already been out on the web, but Paul (MoDaCo) has managed to root Google Nexus One that he had and has released Superboot ROM for the phone.