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Easily Root Samsung Galaxy Core 2 SM-G355H

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Samsung Galaxy Core was a huge hit and Samsung recently unveiled the sequel to one of hottest selling mid range smartphone in form of Galaxy Core 2. Galaxy Core 2 came for same price tag and borrowed looks from Galaxy Grand 2 and in today’s quick root guide we show how to root Samsung Galaxy Core 2.

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 WARNING!

Rooting your device may cause loss of warranty.

You are only responsible by following further all losses and damages caused to device. We will not be held liable in any circumstances.


   Guide on How to Root Samsung Galaxy Core 2  Easily

Before you proceed any further make sure to charge your device above 30%, though we recommend a full charged device before rooting.

  Step -2: Make Sure Device Model No

Check the model number of device and make sure you have correct model or device for which the guide is prepared. Be warned before using this guide with any other product from same brand or different brand.

This guide is for Samsung Galaxy Core 2 Single/Dual SIM SM-G355H on all carries and variants only.

  Step -1: Read Advantages and Disadvantages of Rooting

  Advantages and Disadvantages of Rooting your Android Device.

  Step 0: Backup your Device

Not mandatory yet a backup is always recommended. Below is guide on how to backup most of your data.

  Backup your Android Device.

  Step 1: Downloads

Here’s link to download  UPDATE-Kinguser-3.4.0.zip 837KB

  Step 2: Transfer file and reboot to recovery mode

Transfer the downloaded .zip file to root of your external memory i.e. not inside any folder. Once done reboot to recovery by turning phone off and pressing volume up + power + home together.

  Step 3: Flashing the update.zip file

Using Volume up and down button scroll to Click apply update from external storage, and click power button. Now scroll down again using volume keys and select UPDATE-Kinguser-3.4.0.zip and press power key to confirm.

The zip will be flashed and now you can power off or reboot your phone using recovery or pulling out the battery.

  Verify Root Access

To verify root access by installing the Root Check from   Play Store.

If you faced any trouble or have any thing to say just drop your comment below. Do share the post with friends.

1 Comment
  1. kaivan Doshi says

    Hello! I followed this steps 2-3 times but my phone is atill not rooted. plz help..

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