Root Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Rooting: As we know that Samsung Galaxy Nexus is one of the best Android Smartphone. If you’re a user of Samsung Galaxy Nexus the feel pleased because now you can root you Samsung Galaxy Nexus. SuperBoot r2 is a rooting tool which allows you to root your Samsung Galaxy Nexus as soon as you have installed SU and Superuser app. SuperBoot r2 also saves hassle of modifying files in your Galaxy Nexus without any ADB program. Before rooting your Samsung Galaxy Nexus you must have an unlocked bootloader which will erase everything in your Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
How to unlock bootloader in Galaxy Nexus
Download and install Android SDK from here.
Now put your Galaxy Nexus into Bootloader/fastboot mode. To do that Turn off device and hold volume up + volume down + power on.
Now check a red text below “FASTBOOT MODE.”
Now connect your Galaxy Nexus to Computer by using USB Data Cable and let the driver install automatically.
Open a command line and type fastboot oem unlock. A process will start and pop-up a screen. Select “YES” with volume button and then press power button. Now bootloader of your Galaxy Nexus will be unlocked.
Instructions about how to root your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with SuperBoot r2 are given below:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Rooting Requires
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- Computer running Windows, Mac or Linux
- Superboot r2 (Download)
- USB Data Cable
Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Download Superboot r2 from above link
Extract Superboot r2 file into a new folder
Put your Samsung Galaxy Nexus into Bootloader mode by Turning off device and holding volume up + volume down + power on.
You should see this on your screen:
For Windows user, double click on extracted file and ‘install-superboot-windows.bat’
For Mac & Linux users, open a terminal window to the directory containing the files, and type ‘chmod +x install-superboot-mac.sh’ followed by ‘./install-superboot-mac.sh’
You have rooted your Samsung Galaxy Nexus and enjoy.