How To Root Samsung Gravity Q Using One Click Root

If you are a Samsung Gravity Q smartphone user and want to root your phone just follow this tutorial. This tutorial using the one click root method to root your device. It is an extremely convenient one-step process that gives you superuser access within seconds and allows you to modify and fine-tune your phones performance to a whole new level.

Once you have finished the rooting in your phone with one-click-root method, you can effortlessly tailor and optimize your phone as per your preferences by picking from a variety of ROMs such as AOKP, MIUI, CyanogenMod 10 etc.


And also by rooting you can install many apps which require root access to utilize that. For example Apps2SD, Root Explorer, Wireless Tether, InstaWifi, SetCPU, etc.

Warning : This procedure is one and only for Samsung Gravity Q model. So, don’t try the same in other models otherwise, it may harm your device. So, first check your device model number before proceed with the procedure.


1.Before following this tutorial take the full backup of your internal data’s (SMS, MMS, Contacts, Call register, MMS settings, APN settings, etc.).

2.Next enable the USB debugging option on your Samsung Gravity Q smartphone by following the path Settings > Applications> USB Debugging. Enabling this option is very much important so then it can communicate with your computer easily.

3.Make sure the battery percentage level of your Samsung Gravity Q was not less than 75%. Otherwise it may get turned off during the middle of the rooting process.

Disclaimer : Follow this procedure at your own risk. I would not be held responsible for any damage of your smartphone by implementing this procedure on your device.

Procedure to root Samsung Gravity Q smartphone:

It is really simple to root your phone by using one click root method. Within 2 steps your phone will get root.

1.First download the one click root toolfrom here.

2.After that connect your phone to the computer using original USB cable.

3.Make sure the USB debugging option is enabled on your phone.

4.After that run the one click root software and click “Root Now” option.

5.That’s it.

Now, you have successfully rooted your phone. To confirm the same just download the root checker app from Google Play Store and check its status. In case, for any reason if your phone doesn’t rooted just try the whole process one more time. Hope this is not a difficult procedure and you will enjoy while rooting.


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Petr Kudlacek runs this android root guide blog. Get android rooting tips, tutorials, ROM installation tutorials here.

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