How to Root Any Samsung Galaxy S3 in Windows Computer

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This is the tutorial to instruct you to root any Samsung Galaxy S3 devices. You probably aware that what is mean by rooting. If you don’t know about that, then know that from here.

If you root your device, it will allow you to get full access to your device. Then everything in your device will be in your control not in the manufacturer control. Moreover, it allows you to install any apps or custom ROMs so, that you can enjoy its features.

Samsung Galaxy S3

Disclaimer: Best Android Blog should not be held responsible for any damages that might occur to your device while following this rooting procedure. So, do everything at your own risk.

So, let us begin:


  • First, plug your phone to the computer.
  • Then download from here and transfer the same on your internal or external memory of your Galaxy S3. You should not Unzip it.
  • Enter your phone into “Download Mode”. Unplug and turn off your Galaxy S3.
  • To enter into the download mode you need to hold the volume down button, center home button and power button all at the same time. Keep holding all three buttons, when you feel a vibration let go of the power but keep holding onto the volume down and home center button.
  • Press the volume up button to continue.
  • Then plug in your phone via microUSB to your Windows Computer.
  • Unzip “Odin3” and open “odin3 v1.85”. Now, you should see a yellow bar on the left.
  • Click on “PDA” and locate the tar file you downloaded for your Samsung Galaxy S3. It should have this file name: “[Name of Carrier]GS3CWM6.0.1.2 copy.tar”.
  • Uncheck mark “Auto Reboot”.
  • Click Start and wait until you get a green pass on the top left hand box.
  • Unplug your phone and take out the battery, then put the battery and back cover back on.
  • Enter your phone into ClockworkMod Recovery mode. To do that, you have to hold the Volume Up button, Home center button and power button all at the same time. When you feel a vibration allow it to go of the power button, but keep holding onto the volume up button and home center button.
  • Go to “install zip from SD card”.
  • Then choose zip from SD card.
  • Find the file, tap on the name, and select “Yes”.
  • Select “+++++Go Back+++++” and select “reboot system now”.
  • That’s it. Your phone is now rooted.

If you want to check whether your phone is rooted or not, then download the Titanium Backup and see if you get Super SU permission.

About Sarvesh Darak

Sarvesh Darak is a blogger, an online marketer, a social media specialist and an Android Lover. At Best Android Blog, he writes Android news & tutorials for Android Rooting. He is the tech head and ensures that the blog keeps running at good pace. He also looks after all the SEO and promotion work. He’s from Surat, India and keep contributing regularly at the blog.

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