How to Root Samsung Galaxy S I9000 on ICS ( Android Ice Cream Sandwich )

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000 on ICS (Android Ice Cream Sandwich)

Samsung Galaxy Logo
To check on which firmware you are on your Samsung Galaxy S GT I9000, you need to go to the path Settings > About Phone > Firmware Version where you will find the version of Android OS where it will show Android 4.0.3 Firmware.
Disclaimer: We should not be held responsible for any damage happened to your device due to non-following of instructions which are mentioned in this article.
Procedure to Root Galaxy S GT I9000 on ICS Android 4.0.3 Firmware:
  • Download Super user Zip package for Galaxy S in your computer. 
  • Connect your phone to the computer using the Original USB cable and then copy the downloaded Super user package Zip file in your device’s SD Card.
  • Ensure that you are not placing the file deep inside any of the folders.
  • Remove the connected USB cable and turn Off the phone so as to enter into the recovery mode. 
  • The recovery mode can be entered by pressing Volume UP + Center button, and holding both simultaneously press the Power Button. You can also refer the below mentioned video for knowing more on how to enter the recovery mode.
  • Now, in the recovery mode, with the help of Volume keys and by pressing the Power button select “install zip from sd card” > “choose zip from sd card” and then select the file which is named as “RootingPACKAGE_SGS_4.0.3” and then wait for a period of 15 minutes so as to ensure that the Rooting Kernel is successfully updated.
  • After this, you will again land up in the recovery mode. In the recovery mode now select “Wipe data/factory reset”, “Wipe Cache partition” after which select the option of “reboot system now” as this will clear out all the data which is there in the cache if any present in your phone.
recovery mode
  • After this, select “++++ Go Back ++++” and select “reboot system now” which will reboot the phone.
  •  Please note that the rebooting of the phone may take up to 10 minutes as it’s a first boot after rooting.
Note: Just in case if the phone reboots automatically or hungs up on the “S” logo then you need to remove the battery, reinsert the same and reapply the above instructions.
There you go, you have now successfully rooted your device on the Android 4.0.3 firmware of ICS. Do let us know just in case if you have any issues in the process of firmware update as we will try to ensure that all our issues are sorted out at the earliest.


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