Here you can find step by step Android rooting guides available to root your Android smartphone or tablet. With these Android rooting guides you will be able to root your SAMSUNG Galaxy S (SHW-M110S) with Android version 2.1 Eclair-update1/2.2 Froyo/2.3 Gingerbread. Each Android rooting guide is divided into several sections like Download sources, Rooting steps to follow , Useful links, Related links outside our web, etc … with these sections you can easily understand how to root your Android phone or tablet.
Available rooting guides fall into two possible categories:
ROOTING FROM A SMARTPHONE OR TABLET WITH APK FILES
This guide doesn’t need a computer and it can be run directly from your android device.
ROOTING FROM A PC
Your Android smartphone or tablet needs to be connected to a PC to be rooted.
Blue buttons below will let you to access different step-by-step ROOTING GUIDES AVAILABLE for your smartphone or tablet.
You have to take into account that many rooting guides (normally running an exploit via PC) may need the USB DRIVERS of your device INSTALLED in the computer.
GREEN BUTTONS will let you install generic drivers or will give you links to the official drivers sites. If generic drivers are not compatible with your Android smartphone or tablet you will have to visit the official website of the manufacturer of your device to download official drivers for your OS version (Windows or Linux).
Remember, you must root your Android smartphone or tablet at your own risk.
You can read the advantages and disadvantages about to root your Android smartphone or tablet here
AVAILABLE ROOTING GUIDES
USEFUL LINKS ABOUT ROOTING
IMPORTANT. READ BEFORE ROOTING
Before to make any OTA updates on your rooted device is recommended to make an UNROOT of it because some users have experienced problems after receiving OTA updates in their rooted devices.
Hexamob is not responsible for any damages caused directly or indirectly by a rooting guide. Any action for rooting your Android device must be done only under your responsibility.
We recommend that you read all instructions related to each rooting guide and follow step by step instructions as indicated by the developers. If you have questions or need support on every page there are links to the developers of each guide.
Remember, you must root your to device at your own risk.