How to root your Samsung Galaxy S3

 

You might have faced some problems whenever you want to add some hacked applications you found free online to your Samsung Galaxy S3, and you end up with errors all over the place, or with a message to root your device. There are many applications out there that need your device to be rooted to get them running.

Today we are going to let you know How to Root your Samsung Galaxy S III, which will help you in enjoying some free apps and hacks from the internet on your device.

 How to root, galaxy S3

 

How To ROOT The Galaxy S 3 / S III [CF-Root]

 

— Backup your data first —

 

Rooting Instructions :
1 – Download CF-Root-SGS3
2 – Unzip the file ONLY one time
3 – Open Odin
4 – Click on PDA button and browse to the CF-Root-SGS3-vX.X.tar file that you extracted
5 – Disconnect any device connected to USB ports on your computer
6 – Shut down your device
7 – Put your device into Download Mode (Volume Down + Home + Power)
8 – Volume up to continue
9 – Connect your device and wait until you get a sign in Odin (ID:COM section)
10 – Make sure re-partition is NOT CHECKED [Very important]
11 – Click “Start” and wait a few seconds.
* Do not disconnect the cable or turn off the device while rooting

 

Notes :

 

  • This stuff is made for the GT-I9300 and GT-I9300T
  • I am not responsible if something bad happened to your device (USE AT YOUR OWN RISK)
  • Please backup your important data before rooting
  • It will cancel your warranty
  • It will install : “Root: SuperSU”,”Recovery: ClockWorkMod”,”Util: CWM Manager”
  • Credits go to “Chainfire” (CF-Root developer)
  • XDA “CF-Root” thread http://goo.gl/asDw5

 

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