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How to root  Galaxy S III with Android 4.1.2 OS

How to root Galaxy S III with Android 4.1.2 OS

Galaxy S III has not yet received the official update from Samsung to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but there are open source projects that allow the community to run the new system from Google.

Before reaching to the root process we need to specify that the I9300XXEMC2 is the latest official firmware available for the international version of Galaxy S III, distributed by Samsung through Kies. It comes with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and offers improvements over the previous version such as more efficient use of RAM memory and other general improvements. The battery life also seems to be improved, but varies from one scenario to another.
The root method that we will use will be the CF-Root from Chainfire which is perhaps the simplest root technique available for a wide range of devices.

It should be noted that although this method has been tried and tested, no liability is assumed for any damage resulting from the wrong performing of this process. So, follow the steps carefully and root your device at your own risk.


- Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300 (international version) with more than 50% charged battery. We recommend to fully charge your device for more safety
- The CF-Root package
- Odin3
- The newest USB drivers for Samsung


Step 1. Extract and install the USB drivers
Step 2. Download Odin3 and CF-Auto Rooth and extract the root package in a location
Step 3. Launch Odin 3, click on PDA button and select the file that you have extracted from CF Root package.
Step 4. Make sure that the Re-Partition is not selected in Odin3
Step 5. Close your Galaxy S III device and put it into download mode by holding pressed the Volume Down (-), Power and Home buttons, then press the Volume Up button to confirm.
Step 6. With the device in Download Mode, connect it to PC via USB cable. If everything went well, Odin3 will detect the device, indicated by a valid COM address in the upper left corner of the program.
Step 7. Verify that the PDA file is selected and re-partition is not checked, then click on the Start button to flash the root kernel.
Step 8. Once the flash process is complete, the phone will reboot and will enter in Recovery Mode, automatically performing the root procedure. It will reboot again.

Now your Galaxy S III device is rooted to the latest firmware.

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Yes, users must be at least 18 years old or have legal consent from a parent or guardian in order to use Spapp Monitoring legally.


Can I use Spapp Monitoring for parental control purposes?


Yes, Spapp Monitoring offers features such as call monitoring and app blocking that can be used for parental control purposes.


Can I use Spapp Monitoring to remotely access files or media stored on my Galaxy S III?


No, Spapp Monitoring does not offer this feature. It only allows you to monitor activity and control certain aspects of the device remotely.


How often does Spapp Monitoring update the data on the online dashboard?


The data on the online dashboard is updated in real-time, so you can view the latest activity on the monitored device.


Is there any free version of Spapp Monitoring available for rooted devices?


No, all versions of Spapp Monitoring require a subscription fee. However, there is a free trial period available for new users to test out the app's features before purchasing.


Can I monitor more than one Android device with one Spapp Monitoring account?


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How can I uninstall or remove Spapp Monitoring from my Galaxy S III?


Here's how: 1. Open the app and click on "Uninstall" option. 2. Follow the instructions on screen to remove the app completely. 3. You can also go into your phone's settings > apps > select Spapp Monitoring > click "Uninstall".


What are custom ROMs and how do they relate to rooting?


Custom ROMs are modified versions of Android operating system created by third-party developers. They require root access for installation and offer additional features and customization options.


Is there a risk of damaging my phone while rooting?


There is always a risk associated with rooting as it involves modifying system files. However, if done correctly by following proper instructions, the risk can be minimized.


How can I access the root directory of my Galaxy S III after rooting?


You can use a file manager app such as ES File Explorer or Root Explorer to access the root directory of your device.


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How do I root my Galaxy S III with Android 4.1.2 OS using Spapp Monitoring?


Here are the steps you must follow: 1. Download the Spapp Monitoring app from their official website. 2. Enable "Unknown Sources" in your phone's settings. 3. Install the app and open it. 4. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete installation. 5. Once installed, open Spapp Monitoring and click on "Root Now" option. 6. Wait for the process to finish and reboot your phone when prompted. 7. Your Galaxy S III should now be successfully rooted.


What are the benefits of rooting my phone?


Some benefits of rooting include being able to uninstall bloatware (pre-installed apps), customize your device's appearance, and install apps that require root access.