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Root Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 I535


Monday 09th of July 2012 / android.gs
Verizon Galaxy S3 is the first variant that will be released with a locked Bootloader and this means that you won’t be able to flash CWM Recovery or root it as easy as you would do with the Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile S3 editions. Use the tutorial steps listed in this post and you will learn how to root the Verizon Galaxy S3 using the exploit created by ‘invisiblek’, an XDA community developer.To root the Verizon Galaxy S3 device you will need to take several extra steps and after the process is complete, you will also be able to flash CWM Recovery image. This guide will teach you how to successfully root the device using the Odin application and two .img files. Rooting your device will bring you support to run rooted Android applications and eventually flash new custom ROMs and improve the device’s performances. Make sure to read the preparation guide before starting to apply the root files. Here’s what you need to know and how to correctly prepare the Verizon S3 and your Computer for the root process:Apply the root files only with the Verizon Samsung
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[GUIDE] UPDATED: How to Root Your Sprint Galaxy S3


Saturday 25th of August 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Android Central and Skunkape60 are not responsible for your phone. This is for the SPRINT GS3 ONLY!! By Using this guide you are assuming all the risks. Root kit updated with drivers for windows 8 and added a pdf formatted copy of the instructions found here. I decided to make all the files for rooting, pictures and instructions.txt in a single zip file. So (if you prefer) you can download the single zip file, put it on your desktop, double click on "Sprint GS3 Root Kit.zip" and drag the "Sprint GS3 Root Kit" folder onto your desktop. Everything needed for root and recovery is in that folder. You can use the instructions in the kit or you can come back to this page. This page is easier to read than a non formatted txt file. So why replace the current "How to Root The Galaxy S3" Threads? Because Samsung Changed the playing field. With the LG2 Update, Samsung added 2 files that made rooting just different enough to make us change the way we did things. /system/ect/install-recovery.sh & /system/recovery-from-boot.p What these 2 f
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How to root the Samsung Galaxy S3 SPH-L710


Tuesday 10th of July 2012 / androidauthority.com
The heat is still on for Samsung’s latest Android device, the Galaxy S3. The phone has definitely attracted a huge level of attention from users around the world, with everyone wanting to get their hands on the prestigious device. That also means that Android developers are also doing their homework, exploring the device. The international variant has already been subjected to rooting, and now it’s the Sprint variant’s turn. Read on to know how to root the Samsung Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 (Sprint).The guys at XDA are still on top of it, tweaking and exploring Android devices. Just a couple of days ago, an easy rooting method for the Sprint Galaxy S3 had been posted. If you don’t have much know how about rooting, doing so means that you will be able to perform modifications, access system files, overclock, use apps that require root access and do more customizations to your phone such as improving performance and battery efficiency. Though it’s an advantage if you can play with the codes, you can still check out what the developers have for your rooted device.
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Samsung Galaxy S3 wont Boot


Sunday 31st of March 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello,The other day I decieded to Root my Samsung galaxy s3 (GT-19300) (International) running 4.1.2, and then my phone was going great until I decided to install this application called: Chainfire3D () After the application installed, my phone went to reboot, but was stuck at the Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-19300 text logo. the phone stays there, and does not get past this point. could someone tell me how I can get my phone to turn on again? as I am really scared, and I am not sure if my phone is broken or something. thanks for your help,S0NlC1
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Learn how to root the Verizon Galaxy S3 SCH-I535


Thursday 19th of July 2012 / androidauthority.com
Manufacturers — sadly — limit their Android devices’ users from using their devices to the full. It is quite an irony because Android is all about freedom. Upon hearing that Verizon will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S3 with a locked bootloader, many users reacted in different ways. Some were silent about it and agreed to the change, while others expressed their feelings of discontent towards a manufacturer limiting the freedom on an otherwise exceptional phone. This news left a big impact that urged developers to cut the chains and regain their freedom.XDA Developers member invisiblek shares a guide on how to flash a pre-rooted ROM on your Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 SCH-I535. Flashing this ROM will root your device and bring back the true essence of an Android phone.The developer, however, also warned that an over-the-air (OTA) will be arriving soon and could block this rooting method. He warns against applying the OTA update on your phone until a rooting procedure for the new update has been cooked up.Read the rest of this guide to learn how to gain root access t
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How to root the Verizon Galaxy S3 SCH-I535 without Odin


Friday 03rd of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
The process of flashing a rooted stock kernel via Odin is the same across all Samsung devices. You just need to flash full, rooted, stock firmware, clocking in around 800 MB to 1 GB. Simple, right?Now flashing a kernel on a locked bootloader is different. For instance, flashing a kernel on a locked bootloader, such as on the Verizon Galaxy S3, is totally impossible. However, if you don’t like downloading large files just to root your device then this article might be of help.Until now, Odin was the most favored and dependable method in rooting your Samsung device. Noxious Ninja, an XDA Developers member, has crafted the GS3DebugFSRoot tool to root your Verizon Galaxy S3 without flashing full firmware with the use of Odin.With GS3DebugFSRoot, the process is faster and you don’t need to download a large file just to gain root access on your device.The steps below will help you root the Verizon Galaxy S3 SCH-I535 without Odin.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with theVerizon Samsung Galaxy S3, model numberSCH-I535. Applying these instructions on another devi
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How to root the Sprint Galaxy S3 L710 without increasing flash counter


Friday 27th of July 2012 / androidauthority.com
One of the most common problems that many users are afraid of when it comes to flashing modified software on Samsung Android phones is that of increasing the phone’s binary counter.Luckily for Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 users, the problem has already been addressed by XDA Developers member mrRobinson. You have him to thank for crafting a pre-rooted stock L710VPALEN firmware that will get your Galaxy S3 back to stock firmware, plus root, without incrementing the binary counter.Learn how to root the Sprint Galaxy S3 L710 without increasing flash counter.  Check our guide below.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3, model number SPH-L710. 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
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July 20, 2012: How to ''ROOT'' the Samsung Galaxy S3


Saturday 21st of July 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
July 20, 2012:How to ''ROOT'' the Samsung Galaxy S3 [Drivers, Root, SU, Backup, Recovery, etc] Samsung Galaxy S3 (''ToolKit v.2.1'') - July 20, 2012 Developed and updated by Great Britain's Mark Skippen (''mskip''), his ''ToolKit'' -- VERSION 2.1 -- is User-Selectable for Fast, Easy, and SAFE Use with any of the following Samsung Galaxy S3 models: - ''International'' (i9300) - ''AT&T'' U.S. (SGH-i747) - ''Sprint'' U.S. (SPH-L710) - ''T-Mobile'' U.S. (SGH-T999) Take a look .... COMPLETE DETAILS HERE:
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How to Root the Samsung galaxy S3


Friday 04th of January 2013 / androidforums.com
Hey guys I made this tutorial for those of you that want to know how to root the Galaxy S 3. I hope you guys find it helpful and if you have questions feel free to post them here on AF. How to root Samsung galaxy S3 - YouTube
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How To ROOT international Samsung Galaxy S3 easly And Safe


Monday 03rd of February 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi Guys Today I will be shoing you How to root you samsung Galaxy S3 the internatiolal version in a very easyy and safe way Using Odin !here is my video Showing Everything you need Step by Step [/B] and Plzz Subscrive My chanelle to get My new videos in the future ! and thanks
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