How to Root and Unroot Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro I8552

You want to root or unroot Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro (I8552) right ? If yes stay here. He I presented a easiest and safest method to root and unroot your Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro I8552 running on Android 4.1.2 Jellybean.


Before proceeding with the rooting process, Please make sure that you have some knowledge about rooting, its pros and cons. Rooting unveils the power of your device, There are many advantages involved in it like ability to install custom ROM, removing bloatwares etc. For your complete reference about rooting, I wrote a detailed guide which will answer your every question about rooting. Please read it before proceeding if you don’t know what you are going to do.

You can read my detailed tutorial about rooting here.

Proceed at your own risk

Please apply the information given in this blog(Mobiada) at your own risk and responsibilities and any damages caused by following our tutorials or Guides will not be acknowledged by us.


Root Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro I8552

  • Download the rooting package Framaroot-1.4.1.apk from here. You can directly download this from your phone or otherwise download it in your PC and transfer it to your SD card via USB.
  • Make sure that you allow sideloading. Go to Settings >> Security and check the option Unknown Sources.
  • Now open the apk file Framaroot-1.4.1.apk using your file explorer and install the app.
  • After the installation open Framaroot app and select the option “Install superuser or Install SU“.
  • Proceeding the process you need to select exploit method, Just select GANDALF exploit.
  • Now your device will get rooted and reboot after the process.

Thats it you have successfully rooted Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro (I8552). Here you can verify whether the phone is rooted or not.

Unroot Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro I8552

  • Start the App you installed previously. (Framaroot)
  • Now select the option “Unroot” and select the exploit name as GANDALF.
  • It will automatically unroot your device and it will get rebooted.

The device is successfully unrooted, Here you can verify whether the phone is rooted or not.

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