In this article we will tell you how to root Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T 4.1.1. Here’s the complete procedure.
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Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the best phones launched by Samsung. It Contains 1.4 GHz Cortex-A9 Quad-core processor with 1 GB RAM, Android 4.0.4 ICS, 8MP Rear and 2MP Front camera, and many more exciting features.
Once your Samsung Galaxy S3 gets rooted, you can verify it by downloading the Root Checker app.
It is recommended that before starting with the topic you must read the disclaimer and pre-requisite.
By rooting, warranty of your Samsung Galaxy S3 will be voided. We are not responsible if anything wrong happens in between the process. And just to be sure that this article is only for Samsung Galaxy S3, so don’t try it on any other mobile and if you want to then try it yourself. Now we will describe you how to root Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T 4.1.1.
- Your mobile must be at least 70-80% charged.
- Enable the Debugging Mode(USB) (“Settings” -> “Manage Applications” -> “Development” -> “USB Debugging”)
- Make sure that you’ve backed up all of the necessary data.
- And last but not the least install USB drivers of Samsung Galaxy S3 or you can download Samsung Kies.
Steps to be followed to root Samsung Galaxy S3 AT&T are:
Extract the CF-Auto-Root & Odin 3.07 files on your system using the extracting tools (available free).
Now Switch Off your Samsung Galaxy S3, and then boot your Samsung Galaxy S3 in Download Mode (hold volume down and home button together and after this press power button till your Samsung Galaxy S3 turns on and then press volume up key).
Now launch Odin 3.07 on your PC.
Now connect your Samsung Galaxy S3 to your PC using the USB cable came with your Samsung Galaxy S3, when your Samsung Galaxy S3 is in Developer Mode.
Now wait till Odin detects your Samsung Galaxy S3. Whenever the Samsung Galaxy S3 is connected, ID:COM will become yellow and COM port no. will appear. If it fails in detecting your Samsung Galaxy S3 try re-installing the USB drivers.
Now in Odin 3.07, click on PDA button & select the CF-Auto-Root-d2att-d2uc-samsungsghi747.tar.md5 file on your PC.
Just make sure that F.Reset Time and Auto Reboot are ticked in Odin. And also make sure that Re-partition is unticked in Odin.
Now just click on Start, and the installation will begin.
When the installation gets completed, your Samsung Galaxy S3 will get restarted by itself and you will get PASS message and green background on the top-left box in Odin.
Now you can unplug your Samsung Galaxy S3 from your PC and it will be rooted.
So this is how you can root your Samsung Galaxy S3 4.1.1. Just follow the simple steps and your Samsung Galaxy S3 4.1.1 will be rooted.
Hope this article about how to root Samsung Galaxy S3 4.1.1 helped you.
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