Friday, March 27, 2015

How to root or jailbreak Samsung GALAXY S3 (I9300)

You know how to root GALAXY S3? I believe this is the question that Samsung users are keen on discussing. Thus finding a perfect tool for this job becomes the priority. Kingo Android Root is just what you need to root your Samsung GALAXY S3.
Preparations:
• First you need to Kingo Android Root which is free and install it on your computer.
• Make sure your device is powered ON.
• At least 50% battery level
• USB Cable (the original one recommended)
• Enable USB Debugging on your device.
Step 1: Find the desktop icon of Android ROOT and double-click to launch it.


Step 2: Connect your GALAXY S3 to your computer via USB cable.
If it is the first time to connect, you may have to install device driver software. It should be done automatically. After effectively installing device driver software and enabling USB Debugging mode, your device should be well connected.

Step 3: Click ROOT to start the process when you are ready.
Step 4: ROOT Succeeded! Click Finish to reboot your device.
Your device is now successfully rooted. And you need to click Finish to reboot it in order to make it more stable. Still, do not touch, move or unplug it until it reboots. Check your device and find out SuperSU icon, which is the mark of a successful ROOT.

One thing about Kingo ROOT that worth your attention is that there is the take out ROOT function built in, which means you may use it to take away ROOT from your GALAXY S3 with just one-click as well, clean and simple.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks might have to do this on my wife's phone

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  2. I think that the easiest way to root any Samsung Devices - Samsung Toolkit

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  3. I had an older S3 that this did work on but not my new one. I have read several threads here for rooting the S3 i535 with Jelly Bean 4.1.2 and this is supposedly the method but it will not work on my phone. What am I doing wrong? What am I missing? Please advise!

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  4. I rooted my S3 2 days back (i think so), now i want to install a custom rom (mostly xperia Z) and I am new to this world, so can you plz help me??
    I followed your instructions there was no such msg as Andriod is Updating, and how should i do install the rom??

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  5. Did you run the Odin with the VRLAC bootchain file then you unplugged your phone before a full restart could take place? This is a very sensitive issue because that bootchain file unlocks your bootloader on your verizon phone. Your bootloader is everything to your phone. It controls how your phone starts and your phone can not work correctly if your bootloader became compromised in any way.

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