Samsung Galaxy Gets Rooted

samsung_galaxy1The latest Android handset to get the root treatment is the Samsung Galaxy.  The first Android-based device to come out of  South Korea hasn’t arrived here in the US just yet but it’s just a matter of time.  After passing through the FCC a few months back, we’re just waiting it out.

For those of you who already have a Samsung i7500 Galaxy, you can head to and get the step-by-step instructions.

In other news, a white version of the Galaxy was spotted last week.

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    April 10, 23:20 Reply

    Have you guys heard of They offer a rooted Galaxy I7500 provisioned with Wi-Fi tethering application with UNLIMITED talk, text and 3G web for FREE. I couldn't believe it until I talked to an Independent Representative. So now my dev phone has totally free T-Mobile service but I hear they are soon to offer AT&T and Sprint as well. Check out and ask for Mike.

  2. Paul Scherf
    April 11, 15:00 Reply

    I disagree, Samsung has multiple Android phones available in the US. I have a Samsung Behold II and there are others.

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