Android 4.0.3 final build for Samsung Galaxy S2 is now available in many countries and more countries are being added to the update list with the time. If you have already updated your SGSII device to the latest official build of ICS through OTA or you manually updated your device to the latest stock firmware from Samsung using our guide, either way its likely that you would like to now root the firmware. Look no further as we have a very simple method to root you Galaxy SII device on latest Android 4.0.3 firmware using the well known CF-Root pre-rooted kernel release now available for the final officially available build of ICS for our beloved Samsung Galaxy SII.
Note: Rooting, Jailbreaking or customizing your device can be risky, and you may end-up bricking your device! Follow the instructions posted here at your own responsibility as InspiredGeek will not be responsible for any damage to your device.
Rooting your device is very simple using CF-Root. Just get the CF-Root v5.4 LPQ from here. Extract the .tar file and then flash it through the Odin. Done! It will install the SU binaries, busybox as well latest CWM (clockworkmod) recovery on the device. For the novice users I would suggest to follow the guide that we put together here as the procedure is exactly the same but of course you must use the .tar file that extracted from the download link mentioned above.
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