Ready to flash a custom ROM or overclock your Samsung Galaxy S III already? Don’t blame you. Rooting your Galaxy S III and loading a custom ROM afterwards will allow you to flash Jelly Bean and even a vanilla Android Jelly Bean version onto the device removing the weird Samsung UI skin. That alone would be reason for me.
In this how to, we’ll show you how to easily root your Galaxy S III regardless of the version using developer MSkip’s Toolkit.
1. This will only work on Windows.
1. Download the MSkip Toolkit for your device version below and save it to your desktop.
Galaxy S III (Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T Version) (Click on the Download link in the first post under the list of functions)
[Mirror Link – Some of our readers complained that the original toolkit link doesn’t work. Use this mirror link if you’ve having the same issue]
Galaxy S III (International Unlocked Version) (Click on the Download link in the first post under the list of functions)
2. Double click the Toolkit to launch it.
3. Click Next
4. If the next screen asks you for what version of the Galaxy S III you have, select that option and hit enter.
5. Type 1 and hit enter to install drivers.
6. On the phone, pull down the notification shade and click on Settings, then click on Developer Options and turn ON USB debugging mode.
7. Once done, plug in your Galaxy S III via USB cable to your computer.
1. Get back to the main menu, type 2 and hit enter to get to the rooting options.
2. Type 3 to do the AllinOne option.
3. Follow the on-screen options until it is finished.
1. Head to our how to load a custom ROM procedure to flash a custom ROM.
If this procedure helped you, please thank/donate to the developer, MSkip, for his amazing toolkit!