The Samsung Exhibit II 4G is an Android Smartphone which was launched in October, 2011. It sports a 3.7 inches touchscreen with a resolution of 480×800 pixles and can show you up to 16M colors. It includes a really good capacitive touchscreen, which is far better than resistive touchscreens. For connectivity purposes, it has WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n with the WiFi Hotspot feature. WiFi Hotspot enables you to share your Internet connection with others using WiFi. Bluetooth 3.0 and microUSB 2.0 are also included with this phone and can be used to share content with other smartphones. A 1GHz processor lets the phone work at very high speeds, so you can move anywhere in the phone within the milliseconds, thanks to the poweful processor. For high end gaming, it is equipped with a GPU which renders various graphics in the games and apps.
Being an Android smartphone, the phones full potential can only be unlocked when it is rooted. A rooted phone enables you to install apps which require access to the system files, often called Super User Permission. There are not many tutorials on the Internet about rooting Samsung Exhibit II 4G’s, however we found one and explain how to do this below. It is a working method to root your Exhibit II 4G and the task is not very difficult. Similar to other Root tutorials, this one requires a few steps and at the end, you will have a Rooted smartphone in your hand, allowing access to a vast number of apps available on the Internet.
As usual, if you brick or otherwise damage your phone while attempting to root it, we at Android Lookout will not be held responsible.
In order to Root the Samsung Exhibit II 4G Smartphone, you will need a simple tool that can be obtained using the link given below.
Things Needed To Root:
- ZergRush Root (Download) (Password: www.androidlookout.com)
Steps to Root Exhibit II 4G
- First, make sure that you have installed the drivers for your smartphone so your PC can recognize your device and you can proceed further.
- Enable USB Debugging on your phone, by going to Menu>>Settings>>Applications>>Development>>USB Debugging.
- Now, just extract the files from the ZIP file you downloaded earlier using the link above. The desktop would be a good location to extract files for easy access.
- Open the extracted folder and run the ZergRushTempRoot.bat file.
The batch file will then issue commands one by one and will proceed to root your phone. After it finishes, you will be able to see the Super User installed on your phone, you can download the Root checker app from the Market if you want to confirm whether your phone has successfully been rooted. You can get a bunch of apps from the Market for your rooted phone and let you enjoy all the features right on your phone screen.
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