How to Root Galaxy S3 Mini LTE SM-G730V
Galaxy S3 Mini LTE SM-G730V will enjoy a whole line of fresh stuff. You’ll enjoy all of that and more by rooting it. This is why we came up with this guide!
SRSRoot is the tool we rooted your device with. And we did it using JDQ39.G730VVRUANA4. This is not the only Build ID you can use. The rooting app we refered to just now allows you to pick another Build ID. The SRSRoot is very generous with the novelties it’s about to share. This app is completely free of charge and doesn’t ask you to use it on just a gadget. If your device is not the Galaxy S3 Mini LTE SM-G730V in here, no problem; the app is known for its compatibility with every product on the market.
The advantages of this method
Not much has passed since your phone’s been out; more exactly, it’s been only 1 year since then. The CPU used by this model is this one: 1.2 GHz. As soon as the SRSRoot enters your handset, it’ll quickly turn the processor into a faster unit. There’s no talk of bloatware or security burdens when using the new rooting app. What you get is freeware which delivers, among others, new features. Other than these you get battery tweaks. Custom ROMs, new features and customization options are thrown in there, too.
By using the SRSRoot app you get everything not only for free, but you can also unroot a device with it. There are many other novelties to expect from it; such as these: admin / superuser permission and root-only apps. The app works with every Android version made available. Your smartphone’s using Android 4.2.2. An SRS Server is what’s powering the app.
Updating your rooted phone doesn’t come without some negative consequences. These include the system partition and root access alike. The data of major importance is left alone; as is the internal and external SD cards. To get in touch with the damaged stuff, look for a tutorial.
That’s not all: root your phone and you’ll lose its warranty. Restoring it is only a question of finding an appropriate tutorial!
Every rooting tutorial includes some tasks that have to be performed beforehand. They’re requirements that tell you the following:
- open, on your notebook, this page and download USB drivers on it from that website;
- now flash the same drivers on the same product;
- the smartphone has to feature disabled security programs;
- perform a standard pack of backups for your handset’s data;
- perform a full NANDroid backup, via these tips;
- turn on USB Debugging on your phone;
- your notebook should function with disabled security programs;
- the operating system installed on the notebook has to be Windows;
- fully charge the battery inside your Galaxy S3 Mini LTE SM-G730V.
Step by step instructions
Getting around a rooting requires you to get in touch with various steps. They’ll help a lot, so make sure you skip none of them.
- The one thing to begin the rooting with is this: open this website on your notebook. Then look around until a download button comes up. After that one pops up, you’ll need to click on it.
- As soon as the download of the SRSRoot is finished, you can move on by flashing the app, then launching it on the notebook. You should then make sure to click on Menu to activate it.
- After doing that, tap Settings. Unknown Sources is the next option you have to enable. A peek under Settings will help locate that option. When you’ve tapped it, you should turn this on: USB Debugging.
- This option was referenced above; you had to activate it for those requirements. If you enabled it back then, don’t perform this step. Simply do this instead: plug the Galaxy S3 Mini SM-G730V to your notebook.
- Having the handset’s USB cable on you is useful; that’s because this cord is the one to enable a connection between the products.
- At the end of this task, your devices will have established that connection. As soon as they’ve done so, you are free to start the actual rooting procedure. That will begin as soon as you tap Root Device (All Methods).
- Such a crucial process will only be done after a certain amount of time’s passed. And that amount shouldn’t be more than 15 minutes. In case of trouble here, you need only redo the steps.
- Reboot System Now will make sure the Samsung SM-G730V restarts afterwards. Activate this option and let it do its important job.
Then you’ll have all the time in the world to enjoy those rooting pros. If they’re not that exciting, we suggest unrooting the device; you know what to use for that.
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