Samsung Galaxy S3 is yet another big hit from the best selling android smartphones company, Samsung. This Galaxy S3 was one of the most anticipated smartphone of the year 2012 and another piece of good news is that the Samsung Galaxy S3 can now be rooted easily, a developer over at XDA-forums has made this possible. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is a bar shaped phone with a 4.8″ inches Super-AMOLED Touchscreen and a 1.4 GHZ processor, that comes with a price tag of Rs. 38,000.
Samsung Galaxy S3 Camera Camera : 8 MP with Autofocus and LED Flash Other Features include Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection and image stabilization for high quality pictures Battery and StorageThe phone has a standard 2100 mAH Li-Ion battery offering whopping talk time. The phone comes with 16GB,32GB or 64GB of internal memory which can be further expanded up to 32GB using micro-SD card.
The best thing we like about Samsung is that they don’t unlock the boot-loader of their smart phones, which supports the hackers to get root access to these smart phones easily. Unlike motorola and HTC, samsung want its customers to use their smart phones out of box by rooting and installing the customs ROM’S like MIUI rom and others. They don’t bother for it, once you have paid the price. But keep in mind, your warranty is void if you have rooted your android.
Please Note : Rooting your android phone will void your phone’s warranty in many cases. However, most rootingapplications and methods can be easily reverted. Additionally, if the rooting process doesn’t complete correctly it could damage the software. This would require a factory restore.
Steps to Root Samsung Galaxy S3
Step 7: Click Start and the flashing process will begin.
Step 8: Now you will need to “upgrade,” as it were, from insecure to full root. To do this, you’ll need to boot your Galaxy S III, and enable USB Debugging by browsing to :-
Settings >Applications > Development.
Step 9: Your insecure root allows adb root commands, but won’t enable your apps to getsuperuser access; thus, you’ll need to install SuperSU.
Step 10: Click here to Download the sgs3-root-install.zip file [XDA Developers link], which contains SuperSU v0.89, and extract it.
Step 11: With adb running, double-click the install.bat, and after a reboot, your Samsung Galaxy S III will be fully rooted!