How To Root Samsung Galaxy SIII With Factory-Unlocked Bootloader?How To Cell Phones — By Naveen Vaidhya on May 31, 2012 at 11:25 am
Samsung Galaxy SIII market release is now just some days away and in case you have already placed pre-order of the flagship Android phone, then you will be happy after knowing that it has already rooted, you should say thanks to XDA.
As per the old trend of Galaxy series smartphones, once again this time Samsung has shipped this brand new smartphone with unlocked boot loader. When majority of smartphone manufacturers are inflexible regarding firm policies and about typing their gadgets to OEM software and apps, the Korean smartphone giant has selected the open source way.
As per the Redmond Pie, the firm looks least bothered with what users do with their phones once it’s been paid off for – square and fair. It is much dissimilar that any of us would get an opportunity to interact with the smartphone before May 29. Yet, it is surely worth noting the important steps in preparation towards fine-tuning your lavish smartphone. It is suggested that you keep back up of your data before starting the rooting process.
There is a risk corrupted software and risk of data damage while rooting your device. Therefore, don’t do hurry go step by step!
- Download insecure kernel
- Download ODIN 1.85, it will be utilized to flash the insecure kernel.
- After you finish downloading them, excerpt the zipped files by using one of your favourite archiving tools like WinRar. However in case you already strained rooting before, then the tool must have already installed.
- After finishing kernel extraction, you will get tar.file
- Put your phone in download mode through pressing and holding Volume Down+Power/ Lock buttons instantaneously, after that press on Volume Up when urged.
- Start the ODIN; link your device with your PC through USB. Within ODIN, click over PDA and choose the tar.file you removed from insecure kernel.
- Click on the start and the process of flashing will start.
- At this moment you will have to upgrade the device firmware through insecure to complete root. To allow this, boot your Galaxy S III, and allow USB repairing through going in settings>applications>development
- Your insecure root helps adb root commands, however will not permit apps to get super user access. Hence, you should install SuperSU.
- Download sg3-root-install zip.file that comprises SuperSU v0.89, and excerpt it.
- The moment adb is running; double-click on the install.bat. It must prompt a reboot and after reboot, your device is ready with completely rooted.
Rooting your device gives you license to install custom jailbreak tweaks and applications.