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View Poll Results: Did you root your phone successfully with this method?

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  • Yes

    127 69.02%
  • No

    57 30.98%
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  1. #51  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    It's actually funny if you think about it.
    Looking over the post, and his blog, and the pdf he so generously provided with all the technical information, you'd think that he was genuinely trying to help.
    I'm sure that it was a lot of trouble, with the print-screens and the images of different models that he edited with his blog's address over.
    I consider myself a smart guy, but I admit that he really had me going there.
    Ten posts are needed in order to report.
    This is post number 6.
  2. #52  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    To be honest, I can see how the guy would be driven to do this in order to get something back for his trouble.
    The internet can be a very ungrateful place indeed, with people mirroring your links and taking advantage of your work without a single 'thanks' in reply.
    It is a jungle, yes, and one needs to adapt if one intends to survive.
    And I can vouch for it - when you are the only one with the answer, you might as well charge by the question.
    My point is that I would not mind at all paying for the solution I need. It all amounts to money, I am pretty sure that this is the bottom of it.
    But instead I was scammed, and that I can not abide.
    Ten posts are needed in order to report.
    This is post number 7
  3. #53  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    I mean come on, is it possible that this guy is the only one in the whole internet who can root a samsung phone?
    So that means that no one is getting their samsung phones rooted anymore, since the files are inaccessible?
    I have a hard time believing this, truly.
    Still, it is no good. I already see 2 other forums where I'll need to do the same reporting.
    I am worried to be called a bully for this, but that's that.
    Ten posts are needed in order to report.
    This is post number 8.
  4. #54  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    At this point it feels like I am just talking to myself.
    But I am hopeful I will get a positive reply.
    It could also go very wrong - like complaining to a grumpy restaurant waitress about the quality of the food.
    I remember when the internet could be very efficient at self-regulating and clearing out the bad weeds.
    We will see.
    Ten posts are needed in order to report.
    This is post number 9.
  5. #55  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    Ok, let's get it over with.
    Ten posts were needed, this is number 10.
    I'll report it and see where it leads.
  6. #56  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    It was suspicious for me to go and download the file but i did it and I got what I was looking for. My phone is now rooted and I give full credit to StoneBoyTony on his blog and read carefully what he said in the end of the tutorial. As for the above post "therage" your accusations a really silly and what I do believe is that either you are one of the copycat persons that clone his web site and want to push him out of the light or might be a victim to one of the clone web sites and came here to discredit him!
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  7. #57  

    Default Re: Samsung Universal Gingerbread Root & Unroot 2.3.3 -> 2.3.7+

    Finally I found the best solution to root my Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830i. Thank you stoneboytony you are the best!
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