Those of you with T-Mobile’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S II may be glad to know that your device of choice has been rooted. I’m saying “may” because not everyone is interested to modify its SGS2 smartphone, since the out-of-box experience is already rock-solid.
However, if you feel adventurous, you can try out to root your phone today. You’ll need the usual apps like ODIN (version 1.8.4 or higher) and Windows drivers to flash the software you want on the Galaxy S II.
Although it sounds easy (and really it is), we don’t advise you try anything out if you’re not absolutely confident about what you’re doing. Presuming you’re tech-savvy enough and want to experiment, proceed to this page where you’ll get all the details on how to root your Samsung superphone. Make sure to backup all key data and that your battery is fully charged prior to proceeding… Finally, if (God forbid) something goes wrong, you can’t blame IntoMobile…