Root Galaxy Camera EK-GC100 On Official ZSALL1 Android 4.1.1 Firmware

Galaxy Camera GC100 can be rooted on official ZSALL1 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware. Samsung rolled out a new Android 4.1.1 firmware update for Galaxy Camera GC100 , you can go through the guide to install ZSALL1 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Camera EK-GC100.

Rooting will let you have a better control of your Android device and to install apps which require root access.

You should remember that rooting voids warranty of your device and it can be regained only after installing official firmware update.

CF-Auto-Root Package for rooting will be used to root Galaxy Camera GC100.

The guide mentioned below is only for Samsung Galaxy Camera model number EK-GC100 and cannot be tried on any other device.To know the model number of your device go to Settings >> About Camera.

We cannot be held liable of any damage done to your device while following the below mentioned procedure.

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Root Galaxy Camera EK-GC100 on official ZSALL1 Android 4.1.1 firmware

Take a complete backup of data,apps and settings as the procedure may wipe your data.

Make sure that the battery of device has a minimum charge of 60%.

Enable “USB debugging” on your device by going to Settings >> Developer options >> Enable USB debugging.

Download Kies Software to install drivers.

Download Root Package for Galaxy Camera GC100 ( and Odin (

Extract the Firmware file which you have downloaded in above step. You will get “.tar” file along with other files.

Extract Odin to get “Odin3 v3.07.exe” file.

Switch off device.

Boot device into download mode. Press and hold Volume Down, Home, Power till device turns on and then press Volume Up to enter download mode.

Connect device to computer using USB cable. Odin will detect your device and ID:COM will turn yellow and a message appears saying “Added”. Re-install drivers if Odin fails to detect device.

Click on “PDA button” in Odin and navigate to select “.tar″ file which you have downloaded.

In Odin make sure that “Auto Reboot” and “F.Reset Time” are selected and “Re-Partition” check box is unchecked.

Click on Start button in Odin to start flashing Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware. When flashing is complete you will get a PASS message.

Disconnect device from your computer and let it boot automatically.

You have rooted Galaxy Camera EK-GC100 on official ZSALL1 Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware. You can check if your device is rooted by installing “Root Checker” from Google Play.

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