How To Root Your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT S5830 And Install Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread XXKP9 Build
Hi guys. For all Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 users I have good news. This smartphone use Android OS and was released in February 2011. Samsung Galaxy Ace is the Galaxy 3 successor and has a hardware between Galaxy 3 and Galaxy S. Also, you may know that Samsung Galaxy Ace features a 800 MHz Quadcomm processor, a memory or 384 Mb and a memory storage of 512 MB(but only 180 MB accessible). You can extend your memory storage up to 32 GB thanks to the microSD card slot. Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 comes with Android 2.2.1 Froyo firmware and it is available in two different colors: black and white. Don’t forget, this tutorial of how to root Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 ONLY works if you previously installed Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread XXKP9 firmware version, or else you might end up bricking your device. If you want to learn how to root your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830, read the following article.
Before start the Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 root process, you may know some things. Let see the steps before start the Ace GT-S5830 root:
you will lose the warranty, but you can simply recover it when you will make the un root process on your device;
since the rooting process is going to wipe out the data on your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830, we reccomend you to backup your messages, your call log, your apps, your music, your videos, your pictures and other personal data, so you will be able to restore them after the rooting process is completed
you must to verify if you have installed the latest framework in your computer;
to be sure, install the latest version of KIES (KIES 2);
since rooting your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT S5830 eats a lot of battery, we recommend you to make sure that the battery level is at least 50%, in order to minimize the risk of any unwanted events to occur during the rooting process. Summing up, the higher the Samsung Glaxy Ace GT S5830 battery level, the fewer the chanches that the rooting process to be interrupted along the way;
you must to enable all required settings for accessing the internet;
you must to verify if your device firmware is XXKP9, because this method is only for this firmware;
you must to carefully read the following instructions and you will be able to successfully root your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830.
Here are the instructions for How To Root Your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT 5830 And Install Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread XXKP9 Build:
First, you must to go here to download the XXKP9 Gingerbread 2.3.3 Rooting package in your computer. The downloaded file will be a zip format, so don’t extract the files.
Next, you must to connect your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 phone to your computer, using the USB cable. When you will be prompted, you must select the Mass Storage option.
Then, you must to copy the downloaded zip file in your Samsung Galaxy Ace phone. Don’t put the zip file in a sub folder because will not be recognized.
Next, you must to unplug your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 by removing the USB cable which it is connected to your computer.
Now, you must to boot your Samsung Ace phone in recovery mode. In order to do so, first you will have to turn off the device, then hold the Middle button while pressing the Power On button. Now your Samsung Galaxy Ace GT S5830 should reboot in recovery mode, so you can continue the rooting procedure on your device.
Now, in recovery mode you will be able to select the update from SD card option and then you will see a list of files. You must to simply select the following file: AceGingerbread2.3.3Root.zip. This is the upload file from the step 3.
Finally, after you have selected the above file you must wait between 5 and 7 minutes until the root process will be completed.
And that’s all. After the root process is completed, you must to select the following option: Reboot in normal mode. Now, you will have a successfully rooted Samsung Galaxy Ace GT S5830. It is a very easy way to root your Samsung Galaxy GT S5830 and it is 100% fully working. Don’t forget, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to share them in the comments area below.