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    How to Root Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 (Full Guide)



    Never underestimate the Android developer community. The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 has only been released in certain regions of the world, but one of XDA Developers’ elite recognized member Chainfire has already given us a rooting method for the device. For those of you who already have your Galaxy S3′s, you can get your flash on.

    If this is your first Android device and you’ve just stepped into the world of Android tweaking and customizing, the method below is not too complicated, but you’ll find yourself greatly benefiting from reading the instructions carefully. It’s not a noob-proof method, but as long as you follow our instructions, you’ll do fine.

    According to Chainfire, the rooting method consists of two general steps. The first one is to flash an insecure kernel (based on XX NEE ALE8 firmware) via Odin3, after which your phone should be able to accept ADB root commands. Thereafter, su binaries must be installed (and, in this case SuperSU is used) so that your apps can enjoy superuser access.
    If you’re still waiting for your own Galaxy S3, you can sit back and read the guide so that when you receive your device, you can instantly enjoy root-only apps.


    :59: Warnings :59:

    • The instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Samsung Galaxy S3, model number GT-I9300. Applying these instructions on another device or model may produce undesired outcomes.
    • The information in this guide is provided for instructional and educational purposes only. There is no guarantee that these instructions will work under your specific and unique circumstances.
    • Use these instructions at your own risk. We shall not hold any responsibility or liability for whatever happens to you or your device arising from your use of the info in this guide.
    • Read and understand the whole guide first before actually performing the instructions.



    Requirements


    • A Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300
    • A Windows PC
    • Enable USB debugging on your device. You can do this through Settings > Developer options > USB Debugging.
    • Backup all personal data on your phone to make sure you have a copy of your personal data (e.g., contacts, SMS, MMS, Internet settings, Wi-Fi passwords, and the like) in case the procedure in this guide erases such data.
    • Samsung KIES installed on your computer. This is important as it will install the Galaxy S3′s device drivers.
    • Odin3 1.85 installed on your computer (Odin3-v1.85.zip).
    • Before you start the rooting process, make sure to disable Samsung Kies and any anti-virus and firewall software. This is to prevent them from interrupting the flashing process; interruption may lead to irreversible damage to your device.
    • ADB (Android Debug Bridge) installed on your computer. You can get ADB by setting up the Android Software Development Kit (SDK) and downloading the appropriate component packages containing ADB.
    • CF’s insecure kernel package (CF-Insecure-SGS3_XX_NEE_ALE8-v1.2.zip, 4.7 MB).
    • Root package (sgs3-root-install.zip, 433.6 kB).




    Instructions

    Flashing Insecure Kernel


    1. Extract the insecure kernel package on your computer to get the file CF-Insecure-SGS3_XX_NEE_ALE8-v1.2.tar.
    2. Unzip the Odin3 ZIP file into a folder on your computer.
    3. Double-click on the Odin3 executable program to launch it on your computer.
    4. Turn off your Galaxy S3.
    5. Boot the phone into Download Mode. You can do this by pressing and holding down the Volume Down, Home, and Power buttons until the screen turns on. Press Volume Up to enter Download Mode.
    6. On the Odin3 window, click on the PDA button.
    7. Search for the CF-Insecure-SGS3_XX_NEE_ALE8-v1.2.tar file and select it.
    8. Do not make any other changes to Odin. Leave the selected options as they are.
    9. Connect your phone to your computer. On the Odin3 window, you should see an “Added!” message in the lower left corner. This means that your phone was able to connect properly with your computer.

      • If you do not receive this message, disconnect your phone and try to reinstall the device drivers. You may also try using another USB port on your computer.

    10. Click on the Start button in Odin3 to begin flashing the kernel.
    11. When flashing is complete, you’ll see a “PASS” message with a green background in the uppermost left corner of the Odin window and your Galaxy S3 will automatically reboot.
    12. If Odin seems to freeze or you receive a “FAIL” message with a red background, do the following:

      1. Disconnect your Galaxy S3 from your computer.
      2. Close Odin.
      3. Remove your Galaxy S3′s battery.
      4. Re-insert the battery.
      5. Repeat from step 5.



    Your Galaxy S3′s kernel is now insecure, but it isn’t quite rooted yet. Proceed to the next part to completely root your device.

    Installing Root and SuperSU


    1. Extract the contents of the rooting package using WinRAR, 7-Zip, or other file extraction programs.
    2. Go to the location where you installed Android SDK.
    3. Open the platform-tools folder in the android-sdk folder. Typically, the location would be C:\Program Files(x86)\Android\android-sdk (or Program Files on 32-bit computers).
    4. Copy the extracted contents of the rooting package to the platform-tools folder.
    5. Make sure that you’ve enabled USB Debugging on your device.
    6. Go to the platform-tools folder and double-click on install.bat to begin rooting your device.
    7. The phone will automatically reboot during the procedure and after rooting is complete.



    Congratulations! Your Galaxy S3 is now rooted. You can now enjoy a number of root-enabled apps on the market.

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    [ROOT] Triangle Away - Reset counter flash

    after flash a cf-root or all custom kernel you have this:



    You probably know that now, every flash of a custom kernel, a small counter increments and can be the cause of a refusal supported by your service in case of problems. It is therefore essential in this case to flash a ROM operator, but also reset the flash counter!

    Fortunately, Chainfire went to "Triangle Away", fully functional for GNote and SGS3.

    Compatible devices:

    Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 **
    Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 **
    Samsung Galaxy Note GT-I9220 **
    Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 **
    Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300T **
    Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T
    Samsung Galaxy S3 Sprint
    Samsung Galaxy S3 T-Mobile
    Samsung Galaxy S3 Verizon
    Samsung Galaxy S3 Canadia
    Samsung Galaxy S3 US Cellular
    Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9305 LTE **
    Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9305T LTE **
    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 **
    Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7105 LTE **
    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1" GT-N8000 3G **
    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1" GT-N801x Wi-Fi **
    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1" GT-N8020 LTE **
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P310x 7" 3G
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P311x 7" Wi-Fi
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P510x 10.1" 3G
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P511x 10.1" Wi-Fi

    Changelog:

    16.10.2012 - v2.10
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE GT-N8020

    16.10.2012 - v2.06
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE GT-I9305T

    15.10.2012 - v2.05
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE GT-I9305
    --- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE GT-N7100
    --- Various Qualcomm-based Samsung devices

    09.10.2012 - v2.00
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100

    17.09.2012 - v1.95

    24.08.2012 - v1.90
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N8000 10.1" 3G
    --- Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N801x 10.1" Wi-Fi

    15.08.2012 - v1.80
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 US Cellular
    --- Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P310x 7" 3G
    --- Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P311x 7" Wi-Fi
    --- Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P510x 10" 3G
    --- Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 GT-P511x 10" Wi-Fi

    18.07.2012 - v1.70
    - Support for:
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 Sprint
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 T-Mobile
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 Verizon
    --- Samsung Galaxy S3 Canadia

    06.06.2012 - v1.51
    - Support for Galaxy S3 GT-I9300*T*

    04.06.2012 - v1.50
    - Fixes for Galaxy Note GT-N7000/GT-I9220
    - Support for Galaxy S3 GT-I9300

    02.03.2012 - v1.25
    - Updated icon
    - Updated some texts
    - Added automatic reset at boot option
    - Uploaded to Market

    13.02.2012 - v1.10
    - Updated technical details
    - Device check removed, instead the app checks the header magic
    - Internal structure changed

    need

    Have a compatible mobile
    Being ROOT

    Step 1: Download the application triangle Away


    Step 2: Install the application

    Step 3: Enable debug mode

    Step 4: Open the application triangle away, it is imperative that you identify SGS3, and will ask you to download an ... So do it.

    Here's what you perceive:





    Step 5: Use "reset flash counter". Confirm your SGS3 and should restart this menu:


    Check if the number of meter you seem fair, it must be absolutely ... As indicated, high volume made ​​it to reset the counter.

    Once finished, boot into download mode and normally, the status of your mobile in custom binary download should indicate "No".

    nb: only an indication at the version of phone status in settings / about phone / status leaves to imply a change with "modified".

    Nb: the flash firmware after this step revert the status to "normal", useful in case of return warranty...

    And now, all nice and clean .....


    Enjoy!



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    Default Re: How to Root Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 (Full Guide)

    ps: when you root, use mobile odin for flash kernel or rom (.tar) your flash counter not change with this app, and it's so easy..

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    thank you i just root my s3

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    everything went smoothed no problems

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