How to root Samsung Galaxy M Pro 2 GT-B7810

If you haven’t been satisfied with your Samsung GT-B7810 in a long time, things are about to change a lot. Become the architect of this turnaround by following today’s tutorial.

You’re soon to have a device which revels in new stuff. Many great things will happen to your phone. The latter is also set to improve its overall performance. A rooting is all that’s expected. The action has an important tool to be performed with. This is its exact name: SRSRoot. The tool in question is one of the many useful apps which can be used for free on every gadget.

The benefits of this procedure

You need the following for today’s procedure: a Build ID. Which can be whatever version you prefer. The one we rooted your device with was this: lucasxx-eng 4.0.4 IMM76D B7810XXALF7 test-keys. The process doesn’t end your phone up with unwanted programs (bloatware); neither are these available: security troubles.Samsung-Galaxy-M-Pro-2-GT-B7810

The freeware that is this SRSRoot is already powered by an SRS Server. The phone has been out for 1 year. Android 4.0.4 ICS is its chosen operating system. This particular OS variant stays where it normally is. The app refuses no Android version. The rooting provides your device with custom ROMs and customization options. The freeware will also present you with these: root-only apps and battery tweaks. Part of the novelties are the following: admin / superuser permission and new features. You can be sure of a faster processor, as well.

The rooting will take away the warranty of your Galaxy M Pro 2 GT-B7810. To quickly retrieve this, a dedicated guide is to be used. On another note, root access and the system partition will be removed from the phone should an upgrade ensue. The update will leave the internal and external SD cards in peace. Same happens to all the important data.


Various pre-requisites are needed for the rooting:

  • open the laptop on this site;
  • this is a page where USB drivers available for the handset are;
  • download them all on your laptop;
  • after that, install the batch there, too;
  • Windows needs to be the only OS on your laptop;
  • turn on USB Debugging after you’re back on the phone;
  • backups must be generated for the data stored on your smartphone;
  • creating a full NANDroid backup is the next step;
  • security programs belonging to the handset have to be disabled;
  • security programs which are enabled on the laptop have to be turned off;
  • make sure the Galaxy M Pro 2 B7810 has a battery that’s fully charged.

Step by step instructions

Be sure to start the procedure with the group of steps below.

  1. What you have to do first is easy. The laptop requires the presence of the SRSRoot. That app should be downloaded from over here on it.
  2. When the site we have you is accessed, a download button will pop up. Do this with it: click on it. The button’s activation means that the app will appear very soon on the laptop. Moving on, stay on the latter and flash the SRSRoot.
  3. When the app’s installed, it will also have to be launched. Follow this up by enabling, on the phone, these: Menu and Settings. Unknown Sources comes underneath Settings. It, too, must be tapped to be activated.
  4. As does the USB Debugging you were asked to tap for those crucial pre-requisites. This is your chance to have this important option enabled if you didn’t do it at the right time.
  5. After every one of these options is tapped, take your handset’s USB cord. It helps create a connection between the laptop and smartphone. As soon as a plugging exists between them, the smartphone will need to be introduced to the rooting process.
  6. This is to be begun as such: after Root Device (All Methods) is spotted, make sure it’s enabled. Then leave the procedure alone for the next 12 minutes (not more than 15 minutes, though). If the quarter of an hour’s up and nothing has happened, the process will have to be repeated.
  7. [sc name=”banner-jos”]As soon as the task is completed, your Galaxy M Pro 2 GT-B7810 has to go through the following: enable, on it, the option called Reboot System Now. Once the device enters this last stage, it’ll have root access!

Be ready to experience it firsthand. If you enjoy the pros that come with a rooted device, have fun. If they aren’t what you wanted them to be, it’s best to find a way to remove the root access. What other tool than the previously used SRSRoot app?

You can ask questions about the procedure or complain about problems with it below this guide. You’ll discover a comment section there.