I had alredy rooted an HTC desire, this time my goal was to root the Galaxy ace. I found a simple procedure/software here: Android AdvicesTutorial to Root Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 Android Phone -
It worked fine, the phone is now rooted and I see an icon called SUPER USER.
I just wanted to understand how it works now... For example, what seems to be happening is it always tries to install to SD Card. Skype for example is in SD Card and I didnt choose to put it there. My phone doesnt have that setting to choose where to install things.
And this program SUPER USER, I dont understand it. If I execute it, it shows 3 tabs, APPS, LOG and settings. But APPS it says "no applications in this list". Log has nothing and Settings has some settings such as ring action, log formats, notifications enabled (when an app receives SU permission) and also has info on Superuser... version for superuser, for Su binary, etc.
Is that it? It will always try to install apps to sdcard? or do I have to instal app2sd, or create a partition, load a ROM, etc like I did with HTC Desire rooting?
I wanted to keep it simple. I guess the way it is, is ok, it seems I do have more free memory as some apps went to do sdcard.