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If you’re like me and got annoyed with all the prompts to update your Nexus S to 2.3.6 and just updated the phone and lost your root access, then you can follow my previous guide on rooting the Nexus S.
There’s no difference in rooting it this time round, except that you don’t loose all your apps and info.
I thought that I’d help CentOS 6 out with his Samsung Galaxy S i9000. It’s also quite easy to root the Galaxy, it’s not quite as straight forward as rooting the Nexus S. This method will work if you are running Android 2.1 or 2.2.
We’ll need a few things to get started:
In order to get those screen caps of the new Android Market I had to root my Nexus S. I’ll put up a little guide on how to do just that.
You’ll need to download 2 files and also we’ll be working in Windows.
The 2 files needed are:
Once you’ve downloaded the 2 files you need to extract the One Click Nexus S zip file and then take the Sticky Recovery Script bat file and put it into the folder where you extracted the One Click Nexus S zip file.
Now go to your phone, make sure that your USB Debugging is turned on. Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging.
Go to the folder where you put all the extracted files, run the run.bat file as administrator… all you need to do now is follow the instructions that appear in the window that opens.
Once that is done you can run the StickyRecovery bat file. You now have a Rooted Nexus SGoogle+