Android is famous for is customizability and it could be maximized by rooting your Android device. Rooting a device might seem like a difficult task, and only for techies but here’s how you can easily and quickly root you Samsung Galaxy s III using CF-Root. CF-Root is regarded as the easiest software to root your samsung galaxy s III with, so if you’re new to this then you shouldn’t be worrying!
BEFORE STARTING :
Make sure that you are using Samsung Galaxy S III “i9300″, you can check this by going to setting> about device > model number. If there’s a suffix with the model number or there’s a different model number, then you should not proceed with this tutorial.
Technonymous will not be held responsible for any damage incurred to your device as a result of following this tutorial. Proceed at your own risk.
Download ODIN 1.85, which is used to flash the CF-Root onto your samsung galaxy S III.
Download the CF-Root-SGS3-v6.0.zip package and extract it.
Once you’ve extracted your CF-Root package, you should get CF-Root-SGS3-v6.0.tar
After you ensure that your device is not connected to your computer, run ODIN.
Open “PDA”, and then select the “.tar” file you extracted back in Step 2.
Enable “Download Mode” by turning your device off and holding the Volume Down + Home + Power buttons simultaneously.
Reconnect your device to your computer.
Ensure that the “Repartition” option is not checked and click Start, and after ODIN completes its work [which should probably take about 30 secs], your Samsung Galaxy S III will have basic root access.
CONGRATS! You just Rooted your Samsung Galaxy S III!