How to Disable Root Rights on Samsung Duos

If you are a user of the smartphone GT-S7562 Galaxy S DUOS and you have become lacking in its functionality and flexibility, then you need Root rights. How to get them? Read the article Getting Root Rights GT-S7562 Galaxy S DUOS! [p1]

What you need to get Root on the GT-S7562

For Method No. 1 (simple)

  1. Windows computer or laptop
  2. Established Android drivers
  3. Original undamaged USB cable
  4. Enable USB debugging on smartphone
  5. Disable Anti-Virus
  6. Download and install the program Unlock root

For Method No. 2 (simple)

  1. Computer or laptop (OS Windows XP / Vista / 7/8 / 8.1);
  2. Smartphone charge Samsung S7562 minimum thirty%;
  3. Enable USB debugging on the smartphone;
  4. Original, intact MicroUSB cable;
  5. Download program to get Root rights Kingo root;
  6. Download and install

For Method No. 3 (difficult to obtain CWM Recovery)

  1. Windows computer or laptop
  2. become Android drivers
  3. Original undamaged USB cable
  4. Download the firmware update-update and transfer it to the smartphone’s memory card
  5. Download custom Recovery CWM. recovery.tar
  6. Download Odin

Instructions for obtaining Root on the GT-S7562 Galaxy S DUOS

Method number 1

1. Connect a smartphone to a PC

2. Run the installed program Unlock root

3. Press the Root button

How to Disable Root Rights on Samsung Duos

4. Wait until Root rights are installed

5. Root rights received

Method number 2

1. Connect the Samsung S7562 smartphone to the computer

2. Run the Kingo Root program

3. Wait until Kingo Root detects the Samsung S7562 smartphone

3. Press the button ROOT and wait a couple of minutes

4. You can also use the program Kingo Root and remove root rights

Method number 3

1. Launch the Odin program

2. Restart your smartphone to Bootloader mode

3. In Odin, uncheck Auto Reboot

4. In the Odin program, select the field PDA file recovery.tar and press the button START

5. After Recovery firmware, turn off the smartphone

6. Restart the smartphone to Recovery mode (do not allow it to simply turn on otherwise the flashed custom Recovery will fly off, if this happens, then repeat steps 2.6)