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[TUTORIAL] upgrade, root, Custom ROM & flash Recovery Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830

Written By Arjun Lap on Jun 25, 2012 | 8:16 AM

Hey guys,
in this tutorial I will show you how to upgrade and root your Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830. This method is the simplest way to do it.

 if you don't understand what is root, ROM, phone, flash, CMD etc. watch this movie: 


You will need (most files are available below this post):

- PC with Windows XP SP2 or later
- .Net Framework 2.0 or later (x86: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=19 x64: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=6523 )
- Android Software Development Kit (SDK) (here: HERE)
- Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830
- USB to Micro-USB cable
- Samsung Kies (Official Samsung site: samsungapps.com)
- ODIN 4.38 (here: multiupload.com/MUBOZPEOS3)
- SuperOneClick 2.3.3 (here: forum.xda-developers.com)
- New firmware (You must be registered on this page and remember to select appropriate region!: WEBPROTECT-s5830.htm)
- OPS file (You must be registered to download: WEBPROTECT-s5830.htm)
- ClockworkMod Recovery 5.0.2.6 (here: forum.xda-developers.com)
- *Optional Custom ROM (pretty nice ROM list: forum.xda-developers.com)

Newest firmwares:
Europe: S5830XWKPW with CSC - S5830XWKPW (2.3.3, 22 August 2011) & S5830XWKB7 with MULTI-CSC-OXXKB6 (2.2.1, 28 February 2011)
Asia: S5830ZSKPD (2.3.4, August 2011)
Africa/Arabic: S5830JPKP9 (2.3.3, August 2011)
Provider: S5830XWKPU (2.3.3, August 2011)



YouTube Tutorial
Thanks to GadgetCheck

A. Preparing your PC:


1) Install .Net Framework 2.0
2) Install Android SDK
3) Download SDK Tools & Platform-tools in Android SDK
4) Right click on Computer and select Properties
5) Select Advanced System Settings then Advanced and Click the Environment Variables button.
6) Click on the variable called 'Path' and then click on Edit. Now add the target directory to the value of the variable, using a semi-colon as a separator.
7) Add system path to Android SDK and Android SDK Tools folders (for x86 systems: C:\Program Files\Android\android-sdk & C:\Program Files\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools for x64 systems: C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk & C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools
8) Now your PC is ready!
B. Preparing your phone (if you only want to root your phone, go to step C or D if you have 2.3.3, if your phone don't have root skip this steps):
1) Install Samsung Kies
2) Turn on your phone
3) Enable Debugging at Apliccations>Programming
4) Connect your phone into PC via cable
5) Launch SuperOneClick 2.3.3
6) Click "Unroot"
7) Wait
8) When the process is complete turn off SOC and unplug your phone
9) Reboot to apply changes
10) Now you have unrooted phone!

C. Flashing the newest firmware:
1) Turn off your phone
2) Remove your SIM Card and SD Card
3) Extract previously downloaded firmware
4) Open ODIN 4.38 on your PC
5) Select from extracted archive: OPS-OPS, Boot-APBOOT, Phone-MODEM, PDA-CODE, CSC-CSC (leave EFS and One Package empty)
6) Connect your phone via USB into PC
7) When the screen is turned on hold POWER+VOLUME DOWN+HOME and wait until the phone enters the Download Mode
8) If ODIN detected and recognised your phone should light up the first square to the left side
9) Press "Start" button and wait, the process should take ~5 minutes
10) If all goes well your phone should reboot automatically
11) Square should change the color to blue and display "PASS" it means that flashing process was successful and we have the newest firmware
12) Disconnect your phone
13) Turn off your phone
14) Insert your SIM Card and SD Card again
15) Turn on your phone
16) Now you have the newest firmware!

D. Rooting for 2.2.1:
1) Turn on your phone
2) Enable Debugging at Apliccations>Programming
3) Connect your phone into PC via cable
4) Launch Super One Click 2.3.3
5) Click "Root"
6) Wait until the program will root your phone
7) When the process is complete turn off SOC and unplug your phone
8) Reboot
9) Now you have root!

E. Rooting for 2.3.3/2.3.4/2.3.5/2.3.6/2.3.7 (Thanks to russian forum-user with nickname may213) (if it doesn't work try D method):
1) Download attached file called upd_1.zip and copy it to your sdcard
2) Turn off your phone
3) Press POWER+HOME BUTTON
4) Select update from sdcard, select the file upd_1.zip
5) After the update completed - reboot
6) Now you have rooted S5830

F*. Unrooting for 2.3.3/2.3.4/2.3.5/2.3.6/2.3.7 (Thanks to ingbrzy) (if it doesn't work try D method):
1) Download attached file called unroot.zip and copy it to your sdcard
2) Turn off your phone
3) Press POWER+HOME BUTTON
4) Select update from sdcard, select the file unroot.zip
5) After the update completed - reboot
6) Now you have unrooted S5830

G. Flash Custom Recovery:
1) Push recovery-clockwork-5.0.2.6-galaxyace.img to your device using "adb push recovery-clockwork-5.0.2.3-galaxyace.img /tmp/" command
2) Turn off your phone
3) Press POWER+HOME BUTTON
4) Login to your device over "adb shell"
5) Mount /system using "mount /dev/block/stl12 /system" command
6) Flash CWM recovery using "flash_image recoveryonly /tmp/recovery-clockwork-5.0.2.3-galaxyace.img" command
7) Umount /system using "umount /system" command
8) Reboot your device using "reboot recovery"

 H*. Flash Custom ROM:
1) Select Custom ROM (List here: forum.xda-developers.com/)
2) Put Custom ROM .zip into SD Card
3) Turn off your phone
4) Press POWER+HOME BUTTON
5) Wipe All
6) Select "Install zip from sd card"
7) Select "Choose zip"
8) Select .zip with your Custom ROM
9) Select "Yes"
10) Reboot into system
11) That's ALL!!!

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  8. My brain does not compute. Too complicated

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  9. @hebdena01

    Follow the step by step is sure you can

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