How do you Root the Samsung Galaxy S3? I Method 01

Rooting your Samsung Galaxy S3 will allow you to extend your device’s battery life, boost its speed and memory, remove pre-installed bloatware, and flash custom ROM as desired. The Galaxy S3 can be rooted using Kingo Android Root or Odin on Windows-based computers, or using TowelRoot on the device itself without a computer.
Method 01: Kingo Android Root (Windows Only)
Step 01:
Navigate to Kingo’s website at kingoapp android-root download. The Kingo application will automatically begin downloading to your Windows-based computer.

If you lack access to a Windows-based computer, root your device using Towelroot as outlined in Method Three of this article.
Step 02:
Select the option to save the Kingo .exe file to your desktop, then double-click on the .exe file to launch the installer wizard.
Step 03:
Follow the on-screen instructions to install Kingo Android Root on your computer. You will be required to accept the terms and conditions, as well as choose where you want Kingo saved on your computer.
Step 04:
Launch Kingo Android Root after the application is installed on your computer.
Step 05:
Verify that your Samsung Galaxy S3 is powered on and has at least 50 percent battery life. This will help ensure your phone doesn’t power off during the rooting process.
Step 06:
Back up and save all personal data on your Galaxy S3 using Samsung Kies, Google, your computer, or a third-party cloud storage service. This will help prevent data loss in the event complications arise during the rooting process.
Step 07:
Tap on Menu and select “Settings.”
Step 08:
Tap on “Developer options,” then place a checkmark next to “USB debugging.” This will allow you to root your device using Kingo via USB.
Step 09:
Connect the Samsung Galaxy S3 to your computer using a USB cable. Kingo will take a few moments to recognize your device and automatically install the latest device drivers to your computer, if applicable.
Step 10:
Click on “Root.” Kingo will automatically root your device, which may take between three and five minutes to complete.
Step 11:
Click on “Finish” when the “Root succeeded” message displays on-screen. Your Galaxy S3 will reboot.
Step 12:
Disconnect the Galaxy S3 from your computer after the device reboots. Your device will now be rooted, and SuperSU will display in the app tray.

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