Easy Way to root Samsung Galaxy Ace on Gingerbread 2.3.3?

After upgrading your Samsung Ace to Gingerbread 2.3.3, here comes good news for you. Now you can root your Samsung Galaxy Ace on Gingerbread 2.3.3.But you must note you can only root Samsung Galaxy Ace on Gingerbread XXKP9 2.3.3.Here’s a very simple guide to root your Samsung Galaxy Ace on 2.3.3 but for users who don’t know what is rooting and what are the benefits of rooting?  Rooting is actually about accessing the System files of your Android Phone. By rooting your Device you can access the System files, Install Custom Rom Files and also install Third Party applications. This will make your Tablet more attractive and amazing features. Rooting will neither unlocks your Android phone nor will make Android Market free. It simply allows you to run applications such as Titanium Backup, Shootme etc. as well as uninstall system applications like MediaScape or install system applications such as the updated custom honeycomb, YouTube application and many other Applications.


Proceed at your own risk. This process needs to be done very carefully. However, we are not responsible if your device gets bricked or damaged during the process. But there are very minor chances of bricking your Phone by this method.

Pre-root Instructions:This will VOID your warranty, though the warranty can be claimed after un rooting the device.This is a Factory-Reset for your Tablet. So you can Sync your Contacts with Google Contact service or Backup rest of messages, Phone by using MyBackup Pro. Make sure to copy the Contents of SD card to your PC as it will remove the cache from your Memory card.Ensure that you have installed the KIES on your Device and it should be the latest Kies which is debuted as KiES2.Before proceeding Please ensure that your tablet has at least 50% battery so that it can’t interrupt the rooting process.As the rooting process it will wipe your cache, so all your APN settings will also be reset. Contact your Service provider to get more information about APN settings or you can write down your settings to get them again working on your DeviceProceed at your own risk. We are not responsible if your device gets bricked or damaged during the process. But there are very minor chances of bricking your Phone by this method.How to Root?

Download XXKP9 Gingerbread 2.3.3 Rooting package and don’t extract.

Connect your Samsung with Pc and select storage mode on your Device.

Place downloaded file on the root of your SD card.

Remove Samsung Galaxy Ace from Pc and switch it off.

Switch on your Device in recovery Mode by holding the Middle button and then Power ON the device by pressing the Power ON button.

After doing this, you will see your Device in recovery mode. If your device starts normally than enter the recovery mode again.

In recovery mode select update from SD Card and the select the AceGingerbread2.3.3Root.zip.

After selecting it you will see that Rooting process will be started and after its successful completion your Device will be rebooted. This may take 5-7 minutes.

As the process completed, it will again reboot in recovery mode, this time select reboot in normal mode.

So , here you go, you have successfully rooted your Samsung GalaxyAce on XXKP9 2.3.3.

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Anonymous said...

then how to unroot?

Anonymous said...

what is sd card

Anonymous said...

just put the superroot.apk in your sd card and reboot from sd card

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