The Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos II, GT-S7392 device from Samsung has got a 4-inch touchscreen, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and a 1GHz processor. Although there is a neat TouchWiz UI included in the device, one would like to have more than that and install some custom User interfaces and ROMs to make the device look better and do much more than what is actually provided by the company.
All this is possible only if the Galaxy Trend Duos II is rooted. And to root the Samsung Galaxy Trend, one of the easiest and best ways possible is by using the One Click Root method where the tool would do most of the job when you have everything ready, and if you have installed the drivers of the device on your computer.
[Please note: There is one more tutorial which is working far more perfectly than this, check – Root Galaxy Trend with VRoot Master]
Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos II Rooting Guide
Do make sure that you have taken a backup of the personal data on your Android phone, before starting the rooting of it. Check out this link – Backup personal data of Android Phone.
Now, follow these instructions to root the Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos 2:
Download the One Click Root tool from the official website: Click here
Connect the phone to the computer using the MicroUSB cable
Enable the USB debugging mode on the phone (go to Settings > Development / Developer > USB Debugging)
Open the One Click Root software and wait for the tool to recognize the phone, and list it there
Click on “Root Now” and the software would do the next process.
The models which are tested to work with this tool include Galaxy Trend Duos II, Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos II, Samsung Trend Duos II. The method is tested to work well and has bricked the phone, and thus is a safe one to use to root Samsung Galaxy Trend Duos II.
One of the best things you can do after rooting the Galaxy Trend Duos 2 includes the installation of the custom ROMs which include CyanogenMod 10, DarkyROM, AOKP, MIUI etc. Once you have rooted your phone, do download the Root Checker app from Play Store to check if the rooting process happened right or not.