How to Root Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360

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Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 can root with this method easily. You can root Samsung Galaxy Y running Gingerbread 2.3.5 and 2.3.6. After rooting your mobile, you can install custom ROM’s, install some applications which requires root access.

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Disclaimer:
We are not Responsible for any Damages that may be happened to your Device in the process that we mentioned in the following guide. If any issues happens, we will help you to resolve the problem. Also Keep in mind rooting will void your device’s warranty.

Procedure to do Before Rooting Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360:

  • The Data in Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 won’t be deleted. We recommend you to make a backup it.
  • SMS – How to Backup Messages
  • Contacts – Sync with Gmail App
  • Videos, Images, Songs and Other Files – Copy to internal / External SD card or System
  • APN Settings – Take Manual Note from “Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names
  • Your Phone should have a 60% Charge in your battery.
  • Enable USB Debugging – via “Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging”

How to Root Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 Running Android 2.3.5 & 2.3.6:

  • You need drivers for your Galaxy Y to connect with your computer. So, download the drivers.
  • Then download the Unlock Root Tool – Here
  • Install the Unlock Root Software.
  • Open the Unlock Root Tool. Then connect your Phone via USB cable. Then it will show the Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 in the list.

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  • Just Select your phone.
  • Then click Root Button in Unlock Root Rooting Software.

  • In few minutes your Galaxy Y get rooted. Then it will ask you to install some other apps. Just click No button to ignore it.
  • Then it will ask you to reboot your phone. Just click OK Button to reboot your phone.
  • After rebooting check your phone is Super User app is installed or not. If the app is installed, your mobile was rooted successfully.

“Failed to get shell root permission!” – If you get this message do the following method to root:

  • Download the Update.zip from – Here
  • Move it to the SD Card.
  • Switch off your phone.
  • And Restart in recovery mode by pressing HOME + Volume UP + POWER button.
  • Then select “Update from SD Card”.
  • After that choose the update.zip in SD card.
  • Then choose reboot option in the recovery options to reboot.
  • Now your Samsung Galaxy Y gets rooted.

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There are many methods are available to root your Samsung Galaxy Y – GT-5360. But, this method is very easy and can root quickly. With this simple method you can root Samsung Galaxy Y GT-5360.

45 COMMENTS

  1. I can’t root my Samsung Galaxy Y running Gingerbread 2.3.6 with this method. It says ” Failed to obtain shell root permission”. What now?

    • check your memory card that is correctly placed or not. Try to use mount option in settings>Storage Settings>Mount SD Card. Then what kind of message that you are receiving?

  2. this worked for me (i used the update.zip process)! no problems encountered so far…. thanks for the super easy root procedure…

  3. Thanks Man!
    at first i thought it is hard to do because i had a problem because when i select update sd card it shows error like failing to mount my sd card
    but after i formatted my sd card and selecting update.zip
    my phone is now Rooted! 😀

  4. please help i rooted my phone and factory reset it now i cant make call.. my phone shows ‘NOT REGESTED ON NETWORK ” please help me……my number is 9656465963

  5. Received ‘failed to get shell root permission’, so followed update.zip procedure and got following msg-

    E:Error in /tmp/sideload/package.zip
    (Status 7)
    Installation aborted.

    Any ideas on why or what to try next?

    Thanks

  6. what if i did it wrong ? will it brick my phone ? i mean be useless ? i have read and watch video already if u dont it wrong it might break or be ruined ? just wanna make sure. tnx !
    ur post would be really a great help if i will do this right 😀

    will u also have a tutorial of upgrading it to 4.0 android version ? :))

  7. Ok…For the 1 time in my life i rooted phone… and its rooted good 🙂 But nothing is deleted from my phone and SU is there… Is that ok??
    Tnx <3

  8. finnally did it!!at 1st i thought my phone gonna be rendered useless because ‘failed to get shell root permission’ dialog box appear n ..i tried above method twice n it still the same..luckily on third try it restart in recovery mode,folo the instruction n thats it,super user app installed!im relief n rooted!!haha..thanks bro ur instructions manual really helpfull..top rated!haha.

  9. i complete my rooting process but it does not works and i get launcher unexpectely failed problem wat can i do……..

  10. Have seen similar threads but can’t find a solution.

    I have a Samsung Galaxy Young S5360 where the boot is stuck and doesn’t get past the Samsung logo.

    In recovery mode, I have applied the wipe data/factory reset but the problem doesn’t get solved.

    In recovery mode when entering ‘reboot system now’ I get the error E: failed to mount data
    E: copy_log_files_to_data : : can’t mount /data and then it just goes back to looping at startup.

    Right now I am trying recovery in ODIN Mode about which I hav eno idea, for past 1 hour screen is saying, downloading, do not turn off the target with android symbol/logo.

    Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks

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