Tuesday, May 24, 2016

[GUIDE]How To Root Sprint Galaxy S3 (SPH-L710) or T-Mobile Galaxy S3 (SGH-T999)

How To Root Sprint or T-Mobile Galaxy S3?Just Follow This Simple StepsBy editandroid.blogspot.com
Step 1. Hold down Volume Down, Home Center, and Power buttons together for about 20 seconds until your phone resets and shows you an option to get into download mode.

Step 2. Next hit Volume Up button to enter download mode.
Step 3. Once in Download mode, you can connect your micro-USB cable from your Galaxy S3 to your computer.
Step 4. Next, downloadGalaxyS3RootSprint.zipand unzip, you should find all the files you need.Download GalaxyS3RootSprint.zip
Step 5. Next, make sure you have drivers installed, you should see " Mobile USB C Composite Device" in Device Manager. *If you don't, simplydownload Kiesand install it. *(Then unplug, plug the micro-USB cable.)
Step 6. Double-click onodin3 v1.85.exefile to start ODIN. *You should see a yellow highlighted box with a COM . *The doesn't matter just so long as you see a yellow box. *If you don't see yellow box, your drivers are not installed correctly OR try killing Kies in Task Manager as sometimes it can interfere.
Step 7. Choose "PDA" and choose "clockworkmod.TAR" file inGalaxyS3RootSprintfolder. *Then hit "Start".
Step 8. In about 10 seconds, your phone will reboot and give you ClockworkMod Recovery.
Step 9. You will get a "PASS!" if everything went correctly.
Step 10. Once your Galaxy S3 reboots, copy over the file*CWM-SuperSU-v0.87.zip*from the folder*GalaxyS3RootSprint*to the internal storage or SD card of your phone.
Step 11. Reboot into ClockworkMod Recovery by holding down Volume Up, Center Home, and Power button together for about 10 seconds.
Step 12. Once in ClockworkMod Recovery, choose “install zip from sdcard”.
Step 13. Next choose “choose zip from sdcard” or “choose zip from internal sdcard” depending on where you put the file in Step 6.
Step 14. Choose*CWM-SuperSU-v0.87.zip.
Step 15. Choose “Yes”.
Step 16. Once it’s done flashing the file*CWM-SuperSU-v0.87.zip (the Superuser zip file), simply reboot and enjoy a fully rooted Galaxy S3.
Step 17. You will find SuperSU app once rebooted.
Step 18. You can now run rootedapps!

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