How to Root Samsung Conquer 4G SPH-D600

The easiest way to gain shiny new features, a new version of an operating system and other added advantages is to root the device you own. In this case, we are talking about Samsung’s Conquer 4G SPH-D600 (Sprint version).

Which, as we recently found out, is more than compatible with a method known as SuperOneClick.


Which is more than enough for our guide here. You are probably aware, by now, of the fact that every type of rooting tutorial is in need of requirements. As always, their purpose is that of sort of preparing your smartphone for its journey upcoming.

Here is what you need to do for this device in particular: and charge the battery if it needs that.

Here’s our advice on what to do after the phone’s warranty disappears: unroot the Conquer 4G SPH-D600 and watch it reappear afterwards. If you look on our site, you will quickly find a tutorial on how to perform that.Samsung-Conquer-4G

Important instructions

But for now, find out more on the procedures you need to operate with so that the Samsung Conquer 4G SPH-D600 is rooted without problems.

  1. The step which comes first tells you that you should and then move it into a dedicated folder on your computer’s desktop. What comes after these two actions is presented here: extract the content from the SuperOneClick archive to the desktop, then turn USB debugging on; which is doable via these instructions: find Menu, tap on it, choose Settings, then Applications, opt for Development and tick the box called USB debugging.
  2. [sc name=”banner-jos”]Now that the respective option is turned on, the second step will need you to plug the Conquer 4G to the laptop and then do a double-click on the SuperOneClick file.
  3. Step three will require you to wait for the file to be opened. In order to have your handset start its rooting phase, all you have to do is locate the Root button and, upon finding it, click on it.
  4. Now let the phone do its thing and, at the end of this process, you will see that it is fully rooted. You can make sure that this is so by going to the App Drawer and looking for an app named Superuser. This one is also meant for the application management. One of the main attractions of this rooting procedure is that you will see that it’s very easy to enjoy the pleasure of a rooted device.

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    SuperOneClick will not work with FC17 update…