How to Root Samsung Galaxy

Once telephones were used to receive a call and dial a number then they added a feature of texting in them and now a cell phone is no different than a personal computer especially when you talk about the latest versions of iPhone and Samsung Galaxy. Now, consider that you own a Samsung Galaxy S3 whose model is GT-19305 and you have updated the operating system along with the latest firmware version on it but you will not gain access to all its features unless you are going to root it. However, you will probably go to the near mobile market and get it rooted from some professional but if you are a tech savvy person and like to save money, you can root the Samsung Galaxy S3 yourself at home.

You just need a working internet connection and a cable to connect your phone with the system or you can also use wifi for this purpose that will directly download stuff on your Samsung Galaxy S3.

You will have to be patient for this matter because the whole procedure might take time. So, do it when you have a considerable spare time because haste makes waste and if you will screw up a little in this whole process, you will pay big time in return. So, be careful. You are not an expert. You are just going with the manual provided to you so don’t think like you own it. Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean can be rooted with the following procedure.

Instructions

  • 1

    CF-Auto Root is a file name that is to be downloaded by searching it on google. The whole filename that will be available to you is CF-Auto-Root-m3-m3zh-gti9305.zip. It is a zip file so you will have to extract it before you can use it. Hence, using a personal computer is a better option.

  • 2

    Now download Odin3 v1.85.

  • 3

    Turn off the phone and change the mode to download by pressing Volume Down, Home and Power buttons together. You will get a warning message; press the power button to execute the download mode.

  • 4

    Run Odin3 v1.85.exe as an Administrator.

  • 5

    PDA tab in Odin is to be clicked that will execute CF-Auto-Root-m3-m3zh-gti9305.tar.md5 file.

  • 6

    Click start in Odin to commence the installation process.

  • 7

    After the end of installation, the device will reboot itself and you are done.

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