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How to root Samsung Galaxy Core Plus SM-G350 on Android 4.2.2 [Guide]

Samsung Galaxy Core Plus [1]Rooting Android is what we call getting administrator permissions over the internal Android system that’s based off the Linux kernel. For those of you who know the Windows operating system, it would be the equivalent of getting administrator permissions. The reason why people want root access on Android is to get access to the apps on the Google Play Store that require root access to work. The other reason is sometimes you need root access to install a custom recovery. It’s the custom recovery and not the root access that allows us to install a custom ROM. You won’t find many custom ROMs available for this device, however, since it’s not as popular as developers would like.

These are the guidelines to root Samsung Galaxy Core Plus SM-G350 on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

REQUIREMENTS

BEFORE WE BEGIN

HOW TO ROOT SAMSUNG GALAXY CORE PLUS SM-G350

  1. Download the vRoot tool from this page [3]. The same tool is known as iRoot, so if you hear you were meant to find iRoot, you are using the right tool still.
  2. Extract the vRoot tool on the desktop of the computer. Double-click to run the vRoot tool on the computer.
  3. Once you have the main screen of the vRoot tool open, connect the Samsung Galaxy Core Plus to the same computer.
  4. Watch as the vRoot tool automatically detects your smartphone once you plug it into the computer. Those without detection should make sure they downloaded the Samsung USB Drivers. If you still are not having any luck, try rebooting the computer and starting again with opening vRoot and connecting the smartphone.
  5. Click the large green ‘Root’ button found on the main screen of the vRoot tool.
  6. Wait until you see your smartphone reboot.
  7. Browse the app drawer and you should notice the SuperSU app available.
  8. That’s it, you’re all done. Don’t ever attempt deleting that SuperSU app. That’s the app that’s granting your device the rooting permissions.

You might be interested in checking out how to unroot the Samsung Galaxy Core Plus [4]if you ever want to return the device back the way it was before you got root access.