Rooting the Samsung Droid Charge on Verizon Wireless
If you own Verizon Samsung Droid Charge then you must be looking to root this mobile phone. Currently neither SuperOneClick nor Z4root is able to root the device. So, if you are seriously looking for a good root tool and don’t want to be confused, then follow our guide and you will have your Samsung Droid Charge rooted in no time. You can root this smartphone with Gingerbreak.
You should know before rooting the Droid charge that it would be a permanent root. So once rooted, the company warranty will most likely be voided.
1. Download ChargeRoot.zip to your computer.
2. You will need ADB (Android Debug Bridge) installed on your Computer before you proceed with the rooting instructions, and you can find more information on that here. Essentially the ADB is a part of the Android Software Development Kit, or Android SDK. It seems daunting to set up, but it’s really not that difficult.
1. Download the zipped file that contains the exploit and other required files
2. Extract the contents of the file that you downloaded in above step. You will see the following 3 files in the extract:
3. Go to Settings –> Applications –> Development and Enable USB Debugging.
4. Connect your phone to the computer and push the above extracted files to your smartphone by entering the below commands one-by-one
adb push GingerBreak /data/local/ adb push su /data/local/ adb push Superuser.apk /data/local/
5. Enter the command adb shell on the command prompt.
6. The cursor will change to ‘$’
7. Type /data/local/GingerBreak
8. The cursor will display now ‘#’
9. You are having temp root now.
10. Run the below commands
mount -o remount,rw -t rfs /dev/block/stl10 /system cat /data/local/su > /system/xbin/su cat /data/local/Superuser.apk > /system/xbin/Superuser.apk chown 0:0 /system/xbin/su chmod 6755 /system/xbin/su reboot
Please note: The commands should be entered exactly in the same way and in the same order
11. Your device will reboot now.
12. After reboot, you will have Permanent Root.
Warning: By rooting your device you could be voiding your warranty.
Disclaimer: Android Authority is not responsible if your device gets bricked or damaged during the process.