A Guide to Rooting Samsung Galaxy S5
HOW TO SAFELY ROOT ANDROID:
If you are ready to root your Samsung Galaxy S5, you are in luck! Rooting your Android device has never been safer, faster or easier!
Follow the 4 easy steps below and that’s it.
Four Easy Steps to Root Your Samsung Galaxy S5
Download the Rooting Software
Download One Click Root and install on your computer
Enable USB Debugging
Enable USB debugging mode on your Android device.
Connect to Computer
Connect your Android device to your computer via standard USB cable
Run One Click Root
Run the One Click Root software , and it will take care of the rest!
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Access Blocked Features
Install Custom ROMs
Access More Apps
Rooting Your Samsung Galaxy S5
Rooting Your Samsung Galaxy S5 with One Click Root
Many Android users think rooting is risky and time consuming. They believe you may brick your phone, rendering your device useless, and that it takes up your entire day. With One Click Root, rooting is NOT a scary process. It does not take an entire day of your life.
One Click Root enables you to root your Samsung Galaxy S5 in about 5 minutes. Just a few minutes. The software will run professionally-coded scripts on your Galaxy S5 device in order to SAFELY and QUICKLY grant root access.
The software has been meticulously tested to work with all popular versions of the Galaxy S5.
But even if you have an unusual model of the Galaxy S5 – there’s no need to panic. One Click Root will never run on an unauthorized device. The One Click Root software scans for rootability/compatibility BEFORE running the rooting process, so you will NEVER BRICK your device. It will never run the rooting process without confirming if it can safely root beforehand.
You do not need to know a thing about rooting your device other than the fact that you want to root it, and you will be able to root your Galaxy S5 in under 5 minutes using the One Click Root famous 4 step process:
Step 1) Download and install One Click Root onto your computer
Step 2) Enable USB debugging on the S5
Step 3) Connect your GS5 to your computer with your USB cord
Step 4) Run the software by clicking “Root”, then wait a few minutes for your phone to cycle through the process
Click “Root”, and you don’t have to do anything else. Just wait for your phone to arrive back at it’s main home screen, which will look exactly the same as it did before.
Though it may look the same, it’s a brand new phone: You now have root access to one of the most powerful Android devices ever made with your core files unlocked.
Are you ready to take advantage of this opportunity and root your Samsung Galaxy S5?
Samsung Galaxy S5
The Samsung Galaxy S5 was the highly-anticipated follow-up to two years of solid Galaxy S releases. It featured a stunning screen and had greater processing power than most laptops, making the Galaxy S5 Samsung’s crowning achievement before the Galaxy S6 was released, of course.
What made fans love the Galaxy S5 was the 432 pixel per inch pixel density which put other phones – such as the iPhone – to shame. It also boasted 2GB of RAM, a 16MP camera, and an expandable storage slot capable of holding 128GB microSD cards. The Galaxy S5 is a computer that can comfortably fit into your pocket.
However as with all computers, the Galaxy S5 can start to slow down over time, and although released relatively recently (February 2014), the Galaxy S5’s performance will begin to slow down eventually. Users will begin to see battery life problems, and the 1080×1920 HD pixel screen will not look as good as the 2560×1440 screens that are being released on the market today.
It happened with the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 – and will no doubt happen to your Galaxy S5 too.
Fortunately, you can proactively take a stance against your smartphone aging. By rooting your Galaxy S5, you can pry into the core files of your favorite Android the device, which means that you can install apps to specifically target the core directories of the S5. You will be able to easily free up hard disk space, speed up performance,remove bloatware, and install the market’s best battery saving apps.
Yes, rooting your Galaxy S5 is certainly recommended and a great way to optimize and preserve your device.
Now thanks to One Click Root, rooting is now easier and safer than ever before.
What To Do After Rooting Samsung Galaxy S5?
After rooting you Samsung Galaxy S5 with One Click Root, what’s next? Well, you now have an entirely new world ahead of you. Here is a small list of some of the best things you are now able to do.
-Install new apps from the Google Play Store. The Play Store might block you from installing certain apps by default, but really these apps will run perfectly fine on your device. The app’s developer, your carrier, or your country may just be blocking access to that app. With your Galaxy S5 rooted, you can side load an app and easily install APK files or trick the Play Store into thinking your Android device is a different model than the one you actually own.
-Other people want to change the annoying Samsung TouchWiz interface. TouchWiz feels slow and it doesn’t look all that great. With your newly rooted Galaxy S5, you can now easily install a new custom ROM that lets you change everything from your resolution to your buttons. It’s like having a brand new phone.
-Battery life is a major concern for most Samsung Galaxy S5 users. Well, with your rooted Galaxy S5, you can now install battery saving apps such as Greenify or Juice Defender which can add 2-3 hours of life onto your average daily battery life.
A entirely new world of Android rooting is waiting for you. Your Samsung Galaxy S5 was beginning to feel old anyway, so give it a cheap and 100% safe upgrade.
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