Thursday, 1 May 2014

How to root samsung galaxy s3


Samsung Galaxy S3

Four easy steps to root Samsung Galaxy S3:

  1. Download One Click Root
  2. Connect your Samsung Galaxy S3 to the computer using your Micro-USB/USB cord
  3. Enable USB Debugging mode for your device
  4. Run One Click Root software than click ‘Root Now’
Note: One Click Root has been tested and guaranteed to work with the following models GT-I9300, GT-I9300T, GT-I9305, GT-I9305N, GT-I9305T, SCH-R530, SCH-R530U, SGH-I747, SGH-I747M, SGH-T999, SPH-L710. You don’t want to risk ‘bricking’ your Samsung Galaxy S3 with other dangerous methods of rooting, and One Click Root is incredibly easy to use.
Notice: We regret to inform that Samsung Galaxy S3 model SGH-I535 is not a rootable device by One Click Root. The carrier has specific functions that prevent this device from being rootable by our software. Sorry for the inconvenience.


The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of today’s most widely-used Android smartphones. Today, many Galaxy S3 users are choosing to root their smartphones in order to enjoy access to a wide range of useful features and functions.
Thinking about rooting the Samsung Galaxy S3? Here are some of the best things you can do with a rooted GS3:
  • Download thousands of new apps for free
  • Download ‘root only’ apps from the Google Play Store
  • Access WiFi and Bluetooth tethering
  • Enjoy instant updates to the latest versions of Android
  • Download custom ROMs to change your Android UI and performance
  • Enjoy faster speeds for apps, browsing, and switching between tasks
  • Access blocked Android features
  • Uninstall apps preinstalled by Samsung
These valuable benefits are just a few of the reasons why Samsung Galaxy S3 users around the world are choosing to root their devices. Today, rooting a Galaxy S3 has never been easier thanks to powerful software like One Click Root.
Rooting essentially allows you to have complete control over your Galaxy S3. If that sounds like something you’d like to try, keep reading to discover Galaxy S3 rooting instructions!


Rooting a Samsung Galaxy S3 with the methods listed below can be dangerous. You may void the warranty of your phone and there’s always a risk of turning your phone into a useless brick. Many versions of the Galaxy S3 can be difficult to root, so proceed only at your own risk.
These steps should take between 1 to 2 hours to complete. One Click Root takes no responsibility for any damages done to your phone during this time.
If you want to avoid all of these risks and root your Android safely in just five minutes or less, then we highly recommend downloading One Click Root instead of following the steps listed below.


  • Fully charged Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android 4.1.2
  • Internet connected PC
  • Micro USB cord
  • 1 to 2 hours of free time


  • Download and install the Samsung USB Developers Drivers from here
  • Download and install a software program called Odin onto your PC
  • Download and extract the Galaxy S3 ChainFire (CF) root exploit file onto your PC (download here)


-Go to your Galaxy S3’s settings menu and look for the Developer Options menu. Enable USB Debugging mode from that menu
-Extract the contents of the ChainFire root exploit file to a temporary location on your PC
-Launch Odin on your PC and use that program to choose the .tar.md5 file that was extracted from the CF root package
-Look for the Repartition option in Odin and make sure that it is unchecked and that nothing is selected in PIT
-Power down your Galaxy S3 and restart it in download mode by pressing and holding the following buttons at the same time:volume down, power, home. Once your Galaxy S3 recognizes this command, you press the volume up button for confirmation
-Now that your Galaxy S3 is in download mode, you can connect it to your PC using your USB cable. Odin should detect your phone and you should see a COM address appear in the top left corner of the Odin program
-Double check once again that the correct PDA file is selected and that repartition is not checked. To begin flashing the rooted kernel, press the Start button.
-Wait for the flashing process to complete. Once it’s complete, the phone will automatically reboot and enter recovery mode, after which it will root itself. Finally, it will reboot once more into your rooted Android OS.
This method will work for Galaxy S3 models running Android 4.1.2, although it likely will not work for Galaxy S3 models running Android 4.3or higher.



Rooting a Galaxy S3 manually using the methods listed above is always risky. You never know when your power is going to go out, when your phone will spontaneously restart, or when you miss a single step that can permanently brick your phone.
That’s why we recommend downloading and installing One Click Root, which is an excellent software program specially designed to simplify the Galaxy S3 rooting process.
Within minutes, One Click Root will take your Galaxy S3 and root it safely and easily. This process is complete reversible.
-Connect your Galaxy S3 to your PC
-Run One Click Root and wait for the software to complete its rooting process
One Click Root lets you easily un-root your phone and is the guaranteed fastest, safest, and easiest way to root your device.

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