I am trying to root my Samsung GT-S7500 (Ace Plus) using SuperOneClick. The rooting process runs fine upto Step #7, where it hangs and stops responding indefinitely. Nothing seems to resolve the issue. Anyone have any ideas?
exact Same thing happens with me, iv tried evry other rooting software out there...
I'm not sure if you've resolved this, but set the exploit type to psneuter (not auto) and try again.
Thank you all. Will try your solutions and see what happens.
I had the same issue, over and over. I restarted my computer and it worked on the very next try.
The biggest reason for a failed root exploit attempt is because you are using a version that's incompatible with your version of Android. With Gingerbread, there are multiple versions of the operating system - 2.3.7, 2.3.6 and 2.3.3, the last digit indicates the variation within Gingerbread. I believe you have 2.3 installed... Although this may be in error.
Take a close look at your particular version of Android in Settings -> About Phone -> Android Version. Then make sure that the exploit (SuperOneClick, Gingerbreak, etc) is compatible with your particular version of Android, through the developer's primary thread. However, both Susendeep and Dalsan linked to better root processes.
It's important to mention that the root exploit used in the XDA thread Dalsan linked to is quite different from installing an APK, and should be far superior to the method you are likely using. Be sure to read the directions carefully and rehearse the steps before actually attempting the exploit.
If your phone gets stuck while rooting,then try another method of rooting mentioned in the link below -
Not all phones root correctly or as easily as other phones, even if they are the same make, model, and Android version. Sometimes it can be an issue with your computer processor compatibility or even operating system version. Try another computer if possible, try another USB port, check to make sure USB debugging mode is turned on on your phone, etc. If it still does not work, you may have to try another method like Odin.
try running it as Administrator. Right click and "Run As Administrator".
If you fail try flashing a rooted kernel using ODIN.