How to jailbreak a Samsung Galaxy S3
For those of you who want to jailbreak your AT&T SGH-i337 Galaxy S3, Verizon SCH-i545 Galaxy S3, or Galaxy S3 Active on Android 4.4.2, there’s finally a new jailbreak method that will root your S3.
This rooting method also works on all Galaxy S3 models and does not trip Knox. Based on our database record, 4.2.2 and 4.3 is well supported by Kingo Android root; 4.4.2 is not so much, but still, certain firmware may get lucky. AT&T models are like, the most difficult ones, which we are now working on.
How to jailbreak a Samsung Galaxy S3 with Kingo Android root? Just follow the steps below.
Step 1: Download Kingo Android Root, which is free of any charges. Install and run it on your PC. For the time being, Kingo only has Windows version and Internet access is required. Download the software from here http://www.kingoapp.com/android-root/download.htm
Step 2: Enable USB Debugging mode on your Galaxy S3, and connect it to your computer via USB cable. Go to “Settings”, scroll down to the bottom and find “About Phone”, scroll down to the bottom again and find “Build number”, tap it for 7 times to become a developer. Then go back to “Settings” and find “Developer Options”, enter into the menu and enable “USB Debugging”.
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After you connect it to your computer, there will be a pop-up window on your device screen that ask you to allow USB debugging from the computer. Make sure you tick “always” and click OK
Step 3: Read the notifications carefully and proceed by clicking root button.
Kingo has exerted great efforts to make sure that it is safe to jailbreak your device, no matter successful or not. But we cannot make any promises. So proceed with caution.
Step 4: Wait a few minutes for Kingo to run its course.
Step 5: Get the result.
Of course, not always a success. A bad, unstable connection or an Internet error could lead to a failure. The worst scenario, not supported.
Step 6: Check root status.
After your device being rebooted, grant the adb shell request on your device.
When Kingo re-connect your device, it will show the jailbreak status as Yes. Kingo also has ‘Remove root’ function built in itself.
That’s all you need to know on how to jailbreak Samsung galaxy s3. Leave a message if you have any questions down to this post.