Samsung Galaxy S III is now can be rooted using a popular CF-Root kernel. As it is rooted using CF-Root kernel, there will be no change on your firmware (no ROM changes) and it will keep your device still has its stock firmware.
After you are success installing the CF-Root, it will install SuperSU, ClockworkMod recovery and CWM manager along with the installation of CF-Root. These applications are needed to support your rooting proccess, such as SuperSU will give the super user access to certain applications.
Many people has asked to me why we have to root our device?
Here is the answer. After you root your Samsung Galaxy S III, you will have an access to access the system (which you don’t have before rooting), you can change the fonr, delete application that comes with the original firmware, changes theme, install application with root access and etc.
How To Root Samsung Galaxy S III
- Download the CF-Root and extract it to get the .TAR file (you won’t need the zip file)
- Enter the download mode. Hold the Volume Down key, Home Key and Power key.
- Run ODIN on your PC, click PDA and choose the .TAR file.
- Make sure Repartition is unchecked.
- Connect SGS III to your PC and then click start to begin.
That’s all. Now you can grant the super user access on your Samsung Galaxy S III.
Do it with your own risk.
This tips will only works for GT-I9300 or GT-I9300T
You can download the files to Root your Samsung Galaxy S III from the link below.