Having Root access on your smartphone Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the first things you would do. The reason is simple: all Android devices come with restrictions that limit the privileges of applications in the operating system. Root access is to find an exploit and then use that operating system permissions as “Super User”. Here’s how root Samsung Galaxy S III.
Before continuing, please be sure to back up all data on your device Samsung Galaxy S III .
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Steps for Rooting Samsung Galaxy S III
Step 1: Start, download Insecure Kernel and extract TAR file.
Step 2: Download the root package and extract the contents.
Step 3: Put the phone in download mode. To do this, hold the Volume Down key over the Power / Lock until you see a screen that asks you to press the Volume Up button to continue. Then the phone will download mode (download mode).
Step 4: Run ODIN PDA and click to select the file you extracted from Insecure TAR Kernel.
Step 5: Now connect your phone to your computer via USB and when you see the device connected to ODIN, click the Start button on ODIN to start flashing.
Step 6: After restarting the Galaxy Samsung S3, make sure the USB Debugging option is selected.
Step 7: Connect the Galaxy S III to the PC again if you have disconnected and run install.bat from the Root Package you extracted earlier.
Finally, the phone will reboot again and once done, you have rooted your Galaxy S III. If you have any questions, check out this link from XDA-Developers.