How To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Using iRoot

Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 GT-S7582 is the successor of Samsung Galaxy S Duos smartphone, and it comes with decent features. The phone is powered by a 1.2 GHz processor along with 768 MB RAM and it runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly bean operating system. The display of this device is 4 inch in size, and it has a high quality 5 mega pixel camera. If you would like to get into the Android OS world for the first time, this device would be a perfect fit for you.

If you have already purchased this device and looking for a way to root it, so that you can remove the unwanted pre-installed bloat wares or for installing custom ROM firmware’s, you have found the right tutorial. Here, I have given step by step instructions to root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 smartphone.

WARNING: Rooting your Samsung device will void it’s warranty. So think well before proceeding with this tutorial.

Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 S7582 Using iRoot


1) The rooting process given here is not a data-loss process. So there is absolutely no need for taking backup of data. But if you still want to be on the safer side, take backup using appropriate apps.

2) Ensure that your device has a decent battery backup as sometimes the rooting process consumes a large amount of battery.

3) Download Samsung USB driver for your device and install it on the computer, so that you can connect your device with it.

4) Enable USB Debugging mode in your device by following the path: Settings -> Developer Options -> USB Debugging (tick the box to enable it).

Once you finish these steps, move along to the next phase of rooting tutorial.

Related Tutorial: Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Android Phone

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Tutorial To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Smartphone:

1) To get started, download iRoot (previously vRoot) and install it in your computer. Once you have done that, run the application in administrator mode.

2) Now you will be asked to connect your device to the computer. So, connect your device to the computer using the original USB Data cable in the USB Debugging mode.

Galaxy S Duos 2 iRoot

3) Once done, click on the “Connect Device” button in the iRoot program. The application will try to connect your device to the computer. (If you have installed the Samsung USB Drivers properly, the connection will be successful).

4) Next, the iRoot program will show a big green “Root” button in the center of the window. Just click on it. The rooting process will begin, and the iRoot will do all the necessary steps to root your device.

5) Once the rooting process is finished, your device will reboot automatically. Upon reboot, you will find the “SuperSU” app in your device.

That’s it. Now you have successfully finished rooting your Galaxy S Duos 2 smartphone. To verify, you can use the “Root Checker” app. If you get any doubts regarding this tutorial, let me know using the comments section below.

12 thoughts on “How To Root Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 Using iRoot

  1. sir,I’ve rooted my galaxy s duous 2 using vroot method. I connected and rooted, it said it was successful, but still device status was official and no super su was installed. ..

    Then I connected again and re rooted now root was successful but no super su app. I’ve checked using root checker. …
    Is is a unsuccessful ROOTING? ?? is vroot a malware? ??? Help me. ….Help me. ..!!!Do rerooting cause damages? ??

  2. vRoot is not a malware. When you use it, definitely your device will be rooted. But if you can’t see SuperSU after rooting, then install it manually from Google Play store.

  3. sir i can’t find a custom rom for indian gt-s7582. its on JB 4.2.2 i searched on Xda but there wasn’t any either. there ia no CyanogenMod support also, neither official nor unofficial. please guide me

  4. Sir please help me i have gt 7582 it always show rooting failed I have tried another method like kingo and framaroot but in them also it shows rooting failed

  5. I went thru as per your instructions .my cell Samsung GT-S7582. getting message is ” your mobile too strong so can’t root”. Please help

  6. VRoot and iRoot are one and the same. You won’t lose your data while using it.