The Samsung Conquer smartphone can be rooted just like most other handsets in the Sammy range. As long as you don’t mind voiding the warranty, you can gain more control of your internal system. Once done hacking that internal system with the guide below, you can install every app available that’s on the Google Play Store. Applications are the best bet for your device.
The other upside to rooting and installing a custom recovery is installing a custom ROM. However, don’t expect too many custom ROMs made for this device. You rely on third-party developers to make those custom ROMs and if a device isn’t all that popular, no ROMs get made.
The Files You Need
- Download the rooting file you need from here.
- Download the Odin flashing tool from here.
- These are the steps to root Samsung Conquer 4G D600 smartphones. Make sure you do have that model number (D600) or else you will brick the device. The file contains a few different files — one of the files is a software update and the other is the one you want for rooting.
- Check your model number by navigating to the menu > Settings > About Device > Model Number.
- You should check the USB Debugging Mode is enabled from the Developer Options menu. You need the USB Debugging Mode on the Samsung conquer $G smartphone to connect to the computer.
Rooting the Samsung Conquer 4G D600
- Download both the files on the computer and move the files over to the desktop. You should find they automatically end up in the Downloads folder. from there you can just click and drag them over to the desktop.
- Right-click over the files and select the ‘extract here’ option on the menu.
- Long-press the Power button on the Conquer smartphone until it turns off.
- Reboot in download mode by holding the Volume Down + Home + Power keys.
- Connect it to the computer with the USB cable.
- Open the Odin app on the desktop and click the PDA or AP button.
- Browse the desktop for the rooting file. It has the string as follows: the SPH-D600_FC17_CWM.tar.md5 file
- Now click the Start button.
- Now that you are running that correct firmware build, you can close the Odin app.
- Look for the “Superuser-3.0.7-efghi-signed.zip” and “su-bin-184.108.40.206-efghi-signed.zip” files from the same folder you extracted on the desktop.
- Transfer those files over to the devices internal SD card.
- Unplug the Conquer from the computer and completely power it down again by long-pressing the Power button.
- Reboot it in recovery mode: Volume Up + Home + Power buttons.
- Navigate to the Install option from the recovery menu and install the same files you transferred to the SD card. You must do that one at a time.
- Once you have flashed the SuperSU and the SU Binary, go back to the main recovery menu and select the Reboot System Now option.
- Now your device will reboot in the normal mode. take control of your Google account once again and you’re done. Now you can install all the application available from Google Play!
- You might prefer starting with the root checker app to make sure it’s working.