How to Root Samsung Galaxy S Aviator with Framaroot

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S Aviator with Framaroot – Recently, it has been circulating about a review of the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator. To the advantage of the smartphone Samsung Galaxy S Aviator has a super AMOLED display (800 x 400) display that is very surprising with bright colors, and when juxtaposed with super high resolution AMOLED HD (1,280 x 729 pixels) which is owned by Samsung galaxy Nexus, but both the phone produces sharp colors.

Samsung Galaxy S Aviator has a 8-megapixel camera that is solid, and the build quality is attractive and bright. Other features found on this phone is the Google app application service Aviator, with Gmail, Navigation, Talk, Play Books, and YouTube preloaded software. Third-party applications, including Kindle, Amazon MP3, and Audible audio book software. Unfortunately, the limitations of carrier 4G LTE access and single-core CPU is weak.

In this post Smartphone Clinic will provide a tutorial about how to Root Samsung Galaxy S Aviator. In this process we are not going to use the computer / laptop because we will be using an application called Framaroot App. Root your device at your own risk.

Preparation

  • Make sure the battery is at least 70%
  • Enable instalation of 3 party Apps on your smartphone, by open Settings > Security > Unknown Sources
  • Download Framaroot.apk and install it on your device (Link available in this post)

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S Aviator with Framaroot

  • Open Framaroot App

framaroot app

  • In Framaroot tap on install superuser or super SU of your choice.
  • You will see some rooting methods. Tap on any of the available rooting method.

framaroot Legolas and Aragorn

  • Wait for the process to complete, then you’ll see Framaroot Success message

framaroot success

  • Now restart your Samsung Galaxy S Aviator
  • If the SuperSU App exist on your Application Menu on your smartphone it means you’ve succesfully rooted your device.

see SuperSU app

  • Done!

For more details, please watch following video:

Congratulation! Now your Samsung Galaxy S Aviator was rooted. You can verify that your Samsung Galaxy S Aviator is successfully rooted or not by downloading Root Checker App on Play Store. Hopefully the article of How to Root Samsung Galaxy S Aviator with Framaroot useful for you.

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