Do Root in the Samsung Galaxy S3 – Step by Step!

One of the main advantages of owning any Android smartphone is the flexibility. Android devices offer amazing customization options and allow more experienced users to customize your smartphone to the point of making them an extension of your own arms.

The only drawback is that you have to have a rooteado phone before you can make big changes to the device. Fortunately, rootear a smartphone is not that hard, arduous and risky that it used to be, and we’ll walk you through simple steps needed to become a superuser on your device.

Before proceeding, just a little warning: the rooteamento is not as risky as it was before, but the procedure still have risks. The device may not work correctly if the following steps are not performed properly, and may even stop working altogether. Keep this in mind before proceeding, because we are not responsible for any damage caused to your device.

For this tutorial, we are focusing on the Galaxy rooteamento s3. So make sure your device is the Samsung GT-Galaxy i9300 S3 and not a generic or a different version of that quote. To check this, click Menu-> Settings/settings-> on the device. You’ll see the option “model number”. If he didn’t say GT-i9300 or include numbers and letters that you don’t see here, search a bit more and look for other sources, because this guide may not work for you

Then, before we go into the deeper things, you should make sure you have version 1.85 of ODIN, a program management tool Samsung Smartphone software that can be downloaded from this site.

Once the download is complete, install the ODIN program on your machine. You must also get the CF-Root package-SGS3-v 6.0, which can be downloaded on this site.

After the download is complete, unzip the file and place the resulting file .tar extension somewhere that you will never forget. Do all this without turning on your Samsung Galaxy S3 in your computer.

Then open the ODIN program and click on the PDA, choosing the .tar file that you unzipped.

Then, you need to put your Galaxy S3 in download mode. This is done by turning off the appliance and wait for 10 seconds to then switch it back on again while maintaining tight Home buttons, Volume Down/volume down and the Power button/switch on. Once this is done, connect the device to your computer.

Before continuing, make sure the “Repartition” is not checked. Click ‘ Start ‘ and wait for a moment. Do not unplug the appliance under any circumstances at the moment and try to do it with a computer that will not suffer effects of light pique or something. Once this procedure is finished, your android will be rooteado and ready to receive your so sweet customizations.