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post Oct 13 2011, 12:52 PM


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BE A SMART USER AND PLEASE READ THIS THOROUGHLY FIRST! (uncle benny888, I borrow your words biggrin.gif )

This is the first time I'm writing a tutorial, so please bear with me a little, key? I've had some requests and decided just to write up a simple tutorial. Although I must stress out that flashing your phone might void warranty, and I'm NOT in anyway an expert and I can't guarantee you everything will work out. Some of this steps might increase your binary counts and MIGHT be taken as a prove that you've been fiddling with the system which MIGHT cause Samsung to reject your warranty claims. Although I've seen some posts here in Lowyat and the internet which basically tells us that Samsung has been very generous and doesn't care about it.

I'm NOT going to take any responsibility if you permanently bricked your phone or your girlfriend run away with your dog (sorry, old joke). My experience says, it is very hard to really brick a SGSII smile.gif

Presented here are 2 ways I9100G users can root their phone. Choose only ONE!

UPDATES:

12/11/11: Oiginal latest firmware download, DZKJ2
For those who need to manually download the latest firmware, here's the link http://www.multiupload.com/76EOEV1MD5

12/11/11: Latest Rooting technique has been updated with the correct one!
Sorry guys, I was doing it by manually typing the commands, so there are some different things that needed to be fixed. Instructions added. Please follow through smile.gif

11/11/11: First Custom ROM for I9100G phones!
Finally there's a light at the end of the tunnel for I9100G users! The first custom ROM has been created by Juffo@XDA, refer to this link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1341288. Thanks waveweaver for the heads up!

11/11/11: (LATEST) Rooting the latest ROM (DZKJ2) WITHOUT increasing the binary counts!
Thanks to DooMLoRD@XDA, link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1321582. ATTENTION: Please refer below to learn extra steps need to be taken to make it work with I9100Gs. Otherwise, it won't work!

4/11/11: The New DZKJ2 firmware has arrive!. People said, its better, smoother and battery lasts longer
DZKJ2 is now available, but if you want to root, please find the original kernel-only files first, key. Let me know if anyone found it

PLEASE SHARE YOUR RESULTS/PROBLEMS/SUCCESSES/FAILURES

LATEST TECHNIQUE: Rooting WITHOUT increasing your binary counts, WITHOUT flashing a custom firmware
latest, alittle bit advanced, but less chance of you bricking your phone... but will work for anyone? hmm.gif If it doesn't work for you, then use the older technique further below

This is special for you guys who are concerned about increasing the binary counts, and don't want to fiddle with custom kernels. Before you begin, please update your firmware using KIES

Already updated your firmware and cannot reset binary count with USB JIG? Please downgrade your firmware using the ROM below (in older steps), then USB JIG will work. Then, using KIES, update your firmware before continuing.

What you'll need;
1. Download DooMLoRD's Easy Rooting Toolkit from here; http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1321582. I've used the version 1, but I think version 2 should also work.
2. Samsung driver for android phones installed or KIES installed

The idea;
Using Android Debug Bridge (adb.exe), you'll push zergRush exploit tools to crash the ADB interface and force it to reboot into root mode, accept Superuser and Busybox package which will be installed into your phone. Thanks DooMLoRD@XDA! Sound complicated? No, not really, just follow the steps below!

The Steps
1. Extract the DooMLoRD file. I've used the version 1, but I think version 2 should also work.
2. You'll need to edit a file alittle bit to make sure it work with SGSII I9100G, otherwise nothing will happen. Open the file "runme.bat" with Notepad (right click, open with, find notepad) and find the line that contain "adb wait-for-device". There should be 2 instances of that line, NO NEED TO STARE AT THE CODES AND GIVE YOUR SELF A HEADACHE!, just find the similar line in your files, which I've marked for deletion. Right afterword, please add the "@pause" command as illustrated below;

CODE
@echo ---------------------------------------------------------------
@echo               Easy rooting toolkit (v2.0)
@echo                    created by DooMLoRD
@echo         using exploit zergRush (Revolutionary Team)
@echo    Credits go to all those involved in making this possible!
@echo ---------------------------------------------------------------
@echo  [*] This script will:
@echo      (1) root ur device using latest zergRush exploit (10 Nov)
@echo      (2) install Busybox (1.18.4)
@echo      (3) install SU files (binary: 3.0.3 and apk: 3.0.6)
@echo  [*] Before u begin:  
@echo      (1) make sure u have installed adb drivers for ur device
@echo      (2) enable "USB DEBUGGING"
@echo            from (Menu\Settings\Applications\Development)
@echo      (3) enable "UNKNOWN SOURCES"
@echo            from (Menu\Settings\Applications)
@echo      (4) [OPTIONAL] increase screen timeout to 10 minutes
@echo      (5) connect USB cable to PHONE and then connect to PC
@echo      (6) skip "PC Companion Software" prompt on device
@echo ---------------------------------------------------------------
@echo  CONFIRM ALL THE ABOVE THEN
@pause
@echo --- STARTING ----
@echo --- WAITING FOR DEVICE
@files\adb wait-for-device                                       <== LEAVE THIS ONE ALONE!!!
@echo --- cleaning
@files\adb shell "cd /data/local/tmp/; rm *"
@echo --- pushing zergRush"
@files\adb push files\zergRush /data/local/tmp/.
@echo --- correcting permissions
@files\adb shell "chmod 777 /data/local/tmp/zergRush"
@echo --- executing zergRush
@files\adb shell "./data/local/tmp/zergRush"
@echo --- WAITING FOR DEVICE TO RECONNECT
@echo if it gets stuck over here for a long time then try:
@echo    disconnect usb cable and reconnect it
@echo    toggle "USB DEBUGGING" (first disable it then enable it)
@echo --- DEVICE FOUND
@files\adb wait-for-device                                       <== REMOVE ONLY THIS LINE
@pause                                                           <== ADD A PAUSE COMMAND
@echo --- pushing busybox
@files\adb push files\busybox /data/local/tmp/.
@echo --- correcting permissions
....


Above code might seems alittle bit fuzzy... Make sure you remove ONLY the second "@files\adb wait-for-device" line. ONLY THE SECOND ONE, key?

EDIT: Please add a "@pause" to allow some delay for adb to reconnect to the device which should be around 20 seconds.

Save and close the file.

3. Get your phone to enable USB debugging mode (Menu\Settings\Applications\Development) and enable "UNKNOWN SOURCES" (Menu\Settings\Applications)

4. Exit KIES if it is running. Also stop any phone management software that's running.

5. Plug in the USB cord and let the driver installation finishes

6. Double click "runme.bat", a black and white interface will come out. It should take a looong time for this process to finish... Read the output, you might find it interesting. This process might take 5-10 minutes...

7. (ADDED) You'll find "Press Any Key To Continue...". Please WAIT FOR 20 SECONDS before pressing your keyboard... Then, your phone will restart...

If successful, you'll find the Superuser icon. Yay!

Worked with me flawlessly. Does it work for you? Are you confused? Please share your thoughts

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OLDER TECHNIQUE: Rooting by using rooted kernel
longer steps, but seems to be working properly all the time biggrin.gif

Edit: It is possible to substitute the firmware with the latest one (DZKJ2), but you'll need the original kernel-image only tar file, which sadly I haven't be able to find at the moment sad.gif

What you'll need;

1. A Galaxy SII I9100G phone. The G is required!. Check behind your battery
2. USB cable suitable for the phone
3. Samsung driver or KIES installed. But please close KIES before proceeding Go Google if you don't have one
4. DZKI1 original full firmware: http://www.multiupload.com/6L8BALT56F
5. DZKI1 original kernel image: http://www.multiupload.com/AS18CIXQNX
6. ZCKH4 rooted kernel image: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.p...52&postcount=22
7. I9100G PIT file: http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=Atta...post&id=2465180
8. ODIN 1.85 firmware flasher: http://www.multiupload.com/1VELKG3NIQ

Password if required is "intratech@XDA" without the quotes

The idea;

Update your phone to the latest DZKI1 firmware, then flash a rooted ZCKH4 to get the Superuser application. (ZCKH4 is compatible with I9100Gs, although, your wifi will not work). Update the superuser application, and flash back the original DZKI1 to fix your wifi.

The Steps

Preparation
Firstly, extract everything into its own folder. Switch off the phone and take out SIM and SD card. To enter download mode, hold down Volume Down button + OK button(home) simultaneously and THEN press the Power Button. Once you see the warning logo, IMMEDIATELY release all buttons and push ONLY the Volume UP button. You'll see "ODIN MODE" and the android logo. Plug in the phone to your pc and let the new driver installation finish. WARNING, please DO NOT continue if you are having problem with the driver installation.

Updating Your Firmware
Please follow the instruction exactly, otherwise, you'll probably get into complicated problems. Get to the Odin folder and run the application. Click PIT button and browse for the "omap4_all_20110627_emmc.pit" file. Click the PDA button and include the DZKI1 original full firmware. It's filename should be .tar. Click "Start" and wait until its done. The phone will restart and you'll have a new firmware. If you stucked on the galaxy logo (NOT THE YELLOW TRIANGLE case), please google for "Galaxy s2 clear cache". If everything went smoothly, you'll be up and away setting up the google account information.

Flash The Rooted Kernel
Please follow the above instruction again, substituting the DZKI1 original full firmware with ZCKH4 rooted kernel image. Once your phone booted up, you'll be able to find the Superuser Icon;

user posted image

That's mean your phone has successfully been rooted! Yay!

But, still not done yet, because your custom kernel is causing your wifi to malfunction and the yellow triangle to appear. We'll address that by reflashing the DZKI1 original kernel image

Flash The Original Kernel Image
Just follow the "Updating Your Firmware" substituting the DZKI1 original full firmware with DZKI1 original kernel image

You'r done! Now you have a rooted phone meanwhile maintaining original firmware. YAY!!!

Thanks to intratech@XDA. You guys should buy him a beer [donate to intratech]
Intratech thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.p...72&postcount=29

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I'M ROOTED. Now What?

Rooting gives you extra permissions to do thing which wasn't allowed in your phone such as;

1. Removing bloatware
2. Set CPU speed
3. Play with system settings

Go here, and you'll find the lists of appliation safe to be removed from your shiny SGSII phones smile.gif
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1069924

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post Oct 13 2011, 01:29 PM


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will try out after get back from office.thanks a lot!:)
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post Oct 13 2011, 04:39 PM


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noob question, will flashing insecure kernel with ODIN cause the binary counter increased?
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post Oct 13 2011, 04:59 PM


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QUOTE(gsan @ Oct 13 2011, 04:39 PM)
noob question, will flashing insecure kernel with ODIN cause the binary counter increased?
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I think doesn't matter, original (official) or insecure (custom), both will increase the counter. I think you can reset it with USB Jig... I think...
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post Oct 13 2011, 09:54 PM


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so mean using odin flash anything will increase the counter?
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QUOTE(gsan @ Oct 13 2011, 09:54 PM)
so mean using odin flash anything will increase the counter?
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Using Odin..Yes
Using Kies or CWM..No
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post Oct 14 2011, 04:03 AM


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thanks for the tip.. will try it later.. downloading...
last time i already bricked 1 I9100G.. solution still none so went back to the shop and exchange it with new 1.
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QUOTE(waveweaver @ Oct 13 2011, 10:00 PM)
Using Odin..Yes
Using Kies or CWM..No
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but use cwm to flash insecure kernel, we must rooted the phone first...so is there any way to root the phone without increasing the counter??
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post Oct 14 2011, 08:17 AM


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QUOTE(asraf8 @ Oct 14 2011, 04:03 AM)
thanks for the tip.. will try  it later.. downloading...
last time i already bricked 1 I9100G.. solution still none so went back to the shop and exchange it with new 1.
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Exchange using warranty? Or you need to pay for it?
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post Oct 14 2011, 01:56 PM


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QUOTE(I9100G @ Oct 13 2011, 12:52 PM)
This is the first time I'm writing a tutorial, so please bear with me a little, key? I've had some requests and decided just to write up a simple tutorial. Although I must stress out that flashing your phone might void warranty, and I'm NOT in anyway an expert and I can't guarantee you everything will work out. I'm NOT going to take any responsibility if you permanently bricked your phone. Although my experience says, it is very hard to really brick a Galaxy SII.

PLEASE SHARE YOUR RESULTS/PROBLEMS/SUCCESSES/FAILURES

What you'll need;

1. A Galaxy SII I9100G phone. The G is required!. Check behind your battery
2. USB cable suitable for the phone
3. Samsung driver or KIES installed. But please close KIES before proceeding Go Google if you don't have one
4. DZKI1 original full firmware: http://www.multiupload.com/6L8BALT56F
5. DZKI1 original kernel image: http://www.multiupload.com/AS18CIXQNX
6. ZCKH4 rooted  kernel image: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.p...52&postcount=22
7. I9100G PIT file: http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?act=Atta...post&id=2465180
8. ODIN 1.85 firmware flasher: http://www.multiupload.com/1VELKG3NIQ

Password if required is "intratech@XDA" without the quotes

The idea;

Update your phone to the latest DZKI1 firmware, then flash a rooted ZCKH4 to get the Superuser application. (ZCKH4 is compatible with I9100Gs, although, your wifi will not work). Update the superuser application, and flash back the original DZKI1 to fix your wifi.

The Steps

Preparation
Firstly, extract everything into its own folder. Switch off the phone and take out SIM and SD card. To enter download mode, hold down Volume Down button + OK button(home) simultaneously and THEN press the Power Button. Once you see the warning logo, IMMEDIATELY release all buttons and push ONLY the Volume UP button. You'll see "ODIN MODE" and the android logo. Plug in the phone to your pc and let the new driver installation finish. WARNING, please DO NOT continue if you are having problem with the driver installation.

Updating Your Firmware
Please follow the instruction exactly, otherwise, you'll probably get into complicated problems.  Get to the Odin folder and run the application. Click PIT button and browse for the "omap4_all_20110627_emmc.pit" file. Click the PDA button and include the DZKI1 original full firmware. It's filename should be .tar. Click "Start" and wait until its done. The phone will restart and you'll have a new firmware. If you stucked on the galaxy logo (NOT THE YELLOW TRIANGLE case), please google for "Galaxy s2 clear cache". If everything went smoothly, you'll be up and away setting up the google account information.

Flash The Rooted Kernel
Please follow the above instruction again, substituting the DZKI1 original full firmware with ZCKH4 rooted  kernel image. Once your phone booted up, you'll be able to find the Superuser Icon;

user posted image

That's mean your phone has successfully been rooted! Yay!

But, still not done yet, because your custom kernel is causing your wifi to malfunction and the yellow triangle to appear. We'll address that by reflashing the DZKI1 original kernel image

Flash The Original Kernel Image
Just follow the "Updating Your Firmware" substituting the DZKI1 original full firmware with DZKI1 original kernel image

You'r done! Now you have a rooted phone meanwhile maintaining original firmware. YAY!!!

Credits and References

Thanks to intratech@XDA. You guys should buy him a beer [donate to intratech]
Intratech thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.p...72&postcount=29
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THANX SO MUCHY TO YOU,I9100G.

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post Oct 14 2011, 02:01 PM


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QUOTE(gsmmaxx @ Oct 14 2011, 01:56 PM)
When i Flash The Rooted Kernel ,

Do i have to include "pit" file again????
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You don't have to i think... If it fail to flash, then you need to
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QUOTE(I9100G @ Oct 14 2011, 08:17 AM)
Exchange using warranty? Or you need to pay for it?
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exchange by warranty.. the phone is one day old... overall perfect.. successfully rooted I9100G with this method.
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hi all..just a question..should i get this model...heard that the performance is not good as b4..and after root...can we upgrade to the new android version?
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I aslo using SGS2 version I9100G.Thinking to root my phone but I'm not so sure to do it rite now bcoz I heard from most people,they said that I9100G is not so good as I9100 version in term of performances and other complaints about everything..

So,
1) I9100G,ur post: (ZCKH4 is compatible with I9100Gs, although, your wifi will not work) means what eh? did wifi will not work after root or what?
2) SuperOneClick.. some root process I saw used this method.I900G,U dont use it? y? basically should use it or not?
3) What the different between before root & after root for SGS2 I9100G? and How about the performance after root? rumors say that the performance for this model is bad after root.its true?
4) Same like Djmacz,about to upgrade the latest android version.can?
5) After we root,we use same rom,custom rom or what? About rom for this model,is there have plenty of it? can upgrade,change or what? How bout to upgrade to ice cream sandwish and so on,can?
6) Pls compare between I9100G and I9100 after root? its obvious the different?
7) For those who already root their I9100G model,what ur recommendation to me? should i root my I9100G or not?
8) We just need to root for once only forever?

I would like to ask more but I think,for this time I will ask only this tongue.gif
I hope U can help me.Really2 hope.
Sory if my text to long.Im really stupid/silly/dummies (whatever people call it) all about this thing.

*I9100G.. better u make a video la how to root this model.easy for dummies like me.. haha
*IT is more difficult than a car engine tongue.gif
*kalo blh reply & terangkan dlm melayu lagi bgus bcos byk istilah yg sy x phm tongue.gif

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QUOTE(gsan @ Oct 14 2011, 08:16 AM)
but use cwm to flash insecure kernel, we must rooted the phone first...so is there any way to root the phone without increasing the counter??
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Yes, if there are any other ways to root I9100G without flashing kernel, like using apps, but so far there is none.
If you are afraid of increasing the counter, don't root now.
Or you can buy a USB jig to reset the counter.
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post Oct 15 2011, 04:09 PM


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QUOTE(FD3609 @ Oct 15 2011, 03:56 AM)
I aslo using SGS2 version I9100G.Thinking to root my phone but I'm not so sure to do it rite now bcoz I heard from most people,they said that I9100G is not so good as I9100 version in term of performances and other complaints about everything..

So,
1) I9100G,ur post: (ZCKH4 is compatible with I9100Gs, although, your wifi will not work) means what eh? did wifi will not work after root or what?
2) SuperOneClick.. some root process I saw used this method.I900G,U dont use it? y? basically should use it or not?
3) What the different between before root & after root for SGS2 I9100G? and How about the performance after root? rumors say that the performance for this model is bad after root.its true?
4) Same like Djmacz,about to upgrade the latest android version.can?
5) After we root,we use same rom,custom rom or what? About rom for this model,is there have plenty of it? can upgrade,change or what? How bout to upgrade to ice cream sandwish and so on,can?
6) Pls compare between I9100G and I9100 after root? its obvious the different?
7) For those who already root their I9100G model,what ur recommendation to me? should i root my I9100G or not?
8) We just need to root for once only forever?

I would like to ask more but I think,for this time I will ask only this tongue.gif
I hope U can help me.Really2 hope.
Sory if my text to long.Im really stupid/silly/dummies (whatever people call it) all about this thing.

*I9100G.. better u make a video la how to root this model.easy for dummies like me.. haha
*IT is more difficult than a car engine tongue.gif
*kalo blh reply & terangkan dlm melayu lagi bgus bcos byk istilah yg sy x phm tongue.gif
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1. Yes, wifi will not work after rooting with ZCKH4 kernel... for a while. That's why you'll need to re flash the original DZKI1 kernel afterwords... at the end, your I9100G is rooted and the wifi works
2. I don't know... I've never used SuperOnClick
3. I don't think there should be any performance change... Rooting only enable you to do forbidden stuff such as uninstalling bloatware and using advance android apps
4. Yup!
5. After root, your firmware is original... just rooted. So far, there aren't much custom rom for this model... I think, there's none! But if they continue shipping this model, probably more people are gonna create custom rom for it. As long they create a new rom for I9100G, we can always upgrade
6. None... Like I say, rooting only enable you to do "forbidden stuff". No performance change
7. Up to you... do you need to use root privleges? If you're not sure, probably you dont.
8. Nope, once upgrade to new version, need to root back... if you need root access lah

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Upgrading this will it erase all the data?
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Upgrading this will it erase all the data?
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All your apps will be lost, but data in your internal SD will be intact
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