Do you want to liberate (read: root) your Samsung Galaxy S3 phone? There are several methods already depend on which version your phone is. We’ve also posted few “How-to” articles which you can browse it here. However, rooting and installing custom ROM on your phone is not just a piece of cake. It requires at least a few middle level of Android skill and knowledge. But as usual, there is always alternative easier method to get things done, including to rooting an Android phone.
MSkip has released all-in-one toolkit to do many magic things on your SGS3 easily and automatically. And what we mean “magic things” here include rooting and flashing custom recoveries. The tool has been made in two versions: the one for US-only SGS3 variants and another one is for International Unlocked model of SGS3.
Preparation To Root
1- Ensure your phone has at least 80% battery percentage
2- Also make a backup of all important data in it
3- Prepare SGS3 USB Cable, and..
4- Also use only a Windows PC / laptop
5- Download MSkip’s Galaxy S3 Toolkit via links below..
Install Necessary Drivers
1- Launch the toolkit up
2- Hit the “Next” button
3- You may need to select which version is your SGS3, hit Enter
4- Type 1 then hit Enter again
5- Turn “USB Debugging” ON via Settings >> Developer Options
6- Now connect your phone to computer using its USB cable
Rooting Galaxy S3 With Toolkit
1- Get back to the main menu of Mskip’s Toolkit
2- Type 2 then hit enter to get to the rooting options.
3- Type 3 to bring “AllInOne” option
4- Follow on-screen instruction and sit tight
5- Once done, your phone will reboot.
That’s all. If you’ve followed the steps correctly as demoed on video above, your phone should now been rooted. You can then proceed to installing custom Recovery like CWM as well as flashing custom ROM like the newly leaked Jelly Bean OS.
P.S: Proceed with your own risks. We hold no responsibility of what may or may not happen. Also, rooting may void your phone’s warranty. Specially for T-Mobile Galaxy S3 users, you can read this tutorial to manually root without tripping Flash Counter so you can still claim your warranty.
Previous Galaxy SIII Rooting Guides:
[+] Root T-Mobile SGS3 Without Affecting Flash Counter
[+] Basic Method To Root T-Mobile SGS3
[+] Root and Install CWM on Verizon SGS3
[+] Root International Unlocked Model of SGS3 (GT-i9300)
[+] How To Unroot Sprint SGS3
[+] Reset Flash Counter on Verizon SGS3
[+] 58 Secret Codes Of Samsung Galaxy S3