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27th February 2014, 12:27 PM   |  #1  
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Hello, I'm going to show You how to root your Samsung Galaxy SII Plus
*Including both variants of the phone*


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So what you need ?
-Android Firmware version 4.2.2
-USB Cable
Choose your heartly-desired Odin (Flashing Tool) version:
-Odin 3.07 LINK : http://odindownload.com
-Odin 3.09 LINK : http://odindownload.com
-Odin 3.10 LINK : http://odindownload.com
And also choose your CWM recovery:
-CWM Recovery GT-I9105P LINK : http://d-h.st/II4
-CWM Recovery GT-I9105 LINK : http://d-h.st/bq8
-Root Package LINK : http://download.chainfire.eu/396/SuperSU/
-Brain, and pair of eyes.

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How to root your Samsung?
- Open Odin 3.07.exe or Odin 3.10.exe
- Put your phone into 'Download Mode'
(Power button+Home button+Volume down button)
- Connect phone with your PC (USB Cable)
- When you enter in Download Mode, wait for your PC to install drivers
- Odin will mark your Box wih blue color and there should be something like COM:1 (Example)
- Uncheck Auto Reboot option
- Go to PDA (or AP) and find your recovery (Should be in Downloads, My Documents)
- After you checked everything click on Start (For finish it takes up to 20 seconds)
- When Odin says 'RES OK' take out battery, put it again and go to you Recovery
(Power button+Home button+Volume up button)
- Navigate with Volume Rockers (Volume Up-Volume Down)
- Select via Power Button
- Go to 'install zip from sdcard' (If your Root Package is in your Phone Memory/Downloads)
Or to 'install zip from sdcard/sdcard1' (If your Root Package is in your SD Card/Downloads)
- When you've found your Root Package select it via Power button, and install it
- Go back and select 'reboot system now'

Good job pal, you've rooted your Samsung !

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Youtube Video
LINK : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM7lxd7fDqk

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If you brick your phone im not responsible.
Do at your own risk.

Last edited by beegee; 6th January 2015 at 10:31 AM. Reason: Updated Thread and versions of tools
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