The Samsung Galaxy S3 Android OS has been upgraded after its launch, Google has released 2 upgrades to the Android OS after the launch of Samsung Galaxy S3. The users of the Samsung Galaxy s3 can now root their devices to Android Jelly Bean or Android KitKat, the latter been the most recent upgrade.
This post is designed to tutor you on how to root your Samsung Galaxy S3, we however warn that using this method below is risky and we are not liable for any damage or loss of warranty. It is important to consult experts, if you are well grounded enough; you can use this tutorial with utmost caution as we do not accept responsibility for any eventuality.
Rooting your Samsung Galaxy S3 gives you are wider range of possibilities and more control over it.
Tools needed for rooting SG S3, this is the first method.
Grab Myrootsolution here.
Once you have Myrootsolution, back up all your data on your Galaxy S3 device. Then proceed to extract the file if it comes in Zip or Rar.
Run the .exe file on your computer.
Connect your phone USB to the computer, ensure your Samsung galaxy is on download mode, this mode allows connection with the rooting software. This is the Odin Mode, you can do this to enable it press and hold these keys simultaneously: volume down, home and power.
What follows depends on the way you answer the questions, please read the instructions carefully and choose the right options applicable to you. The process takes a while and you will also experience restarts through several phases. You will know your Samsung Galaxy S3 is rooted if you see the welcome screen after the last reboot.
There quite a number of other rooting soft wares for Samsung Galaxy S3, there is however a free solution that does not require using a USB cable.
Rooting Samsung Galaxy S3 without using a USB cable
Ensure you phone is enabled to allow installation of apps from other location outside the Google Play Store.
Proceed to download the root software from Towelroot website
You can browse this on any major mobile browser.
Click on the Orange like image, it is a Lambda sign.
Once you click a pop up will notify you of the risk, proceed anyway by pressing OK.
Once the download is complete install and the app on your Samsung Galaxy S3 device.
Another warning this time will give you a warning that the file contains code attempting to bypass Android’s security protections.
Click on Install anyway, but before ensure you check the I understand box.
Run the app by clicking on the button “make it ra1n ”
Once you are done your phone will reboot automatically.
Download root checker on your app store to verify the status of your rooting. To manage your rooted device you will need SuperSU
A warning again, the process started above is risky, please the outcome might not be the same for everyone. We advice you know what you are doing and can accept the risk either way.
Hope you find the post how to root your Galaxy S3 useful.