About Android, that’s the only known ecosystem for being the most customizable and moddable mobile operating system, gaining root access still adds some extra proportion, allowing you get even fully fledged into your device’s inner working for much more transformation.
Today, Samsung Galaxy S III I9300 can be rooted, yest this word you heard is true and we’re been pushed this article for you to check it out on how one can easily root the device with the help of simple instructions. CF-Root is well considered to be the simplest way of them all when it comes to rooting – especially for those who just started out – an if you are a Samsung Galaxy S3 owner with a little experience within the darkside of Android treatment, the release of CF-Root may be easiest way in.
CF-Root was released for the international SGS III I9300 and comes curtesy of active Android community member Chainfire of XDA Developers, and includes root permission management app SuperSU, ClockWorkMod build 5.5, along with CWM Manager.
Before you go ahead with this tutorial, here are couple of things to keep in mind:
* Please note that once you root the device, the warranty will get lost and the only way with which the warranty can be reclaimed is by re applying the update of XXALE8.
* Making sure your device is the GT-I9300. Or Simply by navigating to Settings > About device > Mobile Number on your Samsung Galaxy S III. If the model number includes a suffix, then the following step-by-step guide might not work for you, and if it’s a different model number, then it defenitely don’t work, and you’ll be stepping towards a dangerous territory with your brand-new device.
* Obviously, Vsszone will be not responsible if anything goes wrong with your device as a result of following this tutorial. This guide isspecially published for a purpose of information, so proceed at your own risk factors.
Step 1: Download ODIN 1.85, this is the tool you’ll need to flash the CF-Root package onto your device.
Step 2: Download the CF-Root-SGS3-v7.0.zip package, and extract (using WinZip or TugZip).
Step 3: After unpacking done with your CF-Root archive, you will end up with CF-Root-SGS3-v6.0.tar
Step 4: Make sure your device is not yet connected to the computer, run ODIN.
Step 5: Click PDA, and select the .tar you extracted back in step 2.
Step 6: Put your device into Download Mode by turning it off, and holding Volume Down + Home + Power simultaneously. Once done, now reconnect your phone to your computer.
Step 7: Ensuring the Repartition option is not checked, click Start, and after ODIN runs its process (takes around thirty seconds), when completed, your Samsung Galaxy S III will have basic root access!
Note: BusyBox is not a standard feature of this root, however the developer Chainfire said that he may be implementing it in the coming future, which depends on how furthur testing goes on. Enjoy!