How to Root Galaxy S3 Verizon SCH-I535
Galaxy S3 Verizon SCH-I535 has a rooting to expect from this guide. If you feel that your phone can become better, you should give this procedure a try. If you go through with it, you’ll get in touch with loads of new stuff!
In case you’re interested in new ways to enjoy your device, SRSRoot software is one of the best choices available today. This tool greatly helps with today’s rooting. It’s both uncomplicated to install on your handset and easy to use afterwards.
Your Galaxy S3 I535 has been available since 2012. The CPU it comes with is a dual-core 1500 MHz Krait one and its speed will be boosted after the phone’s rooted. And so will the handset’s battery. With this application, the latter will be able to go on for longer. There will also be customization tweaks and custom ROMs to enjoy. Your phone will have root-only apps to choose from as well as new features. This method makes sure that there are no security issues to suffer from; or bloatware.
The advantages of rooting
Your smartphone uses an Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean as its OS. The SRSRoot software will not wipe it away. That’s because this tool is compatible with many Android versions. And also with many brands. Because there may be problems with the phone after it’s rooted, the same tool provides a way to unroot it. On the same note, you should know that the new tool is powered by an SRS Server and it provides the following: superuser and admin permission.
The rooting is done with this Build ID: JZO54K.I535VRBMB1. However, this procedure can different Build IDs can work with the same device.
After mentioning some of the goodies delivered by a rooting, you should also be aware of this procedure’s cons. If a gadget is rooted, its warranty is lost. Also, you’ll brick your smartphone if it’s not the Galaxy S3 SCH-I535. Moreover, an update done on such a device means the loss of the following: system partition and root access. An update will thankfully keep the device’s data and its internal / external SD cards safe from damage.
After you know what a rooting means for your phone, consider these pre-requisites:
- regular backups should be generated in order to keep the phone’s important data safe;
- a full NANDroid must also be generated, so do it by following these instructions;
- make sure USB Debugging is enabled on the handset;
- get USB drivers installed on your laptop from this address;
- every security program installed on your Samsung SCH-I535 has to be turned off;
- every security software present on your laptop needs to be deactivated;
- a full battery is needed for this procedure;
- your laptop’s operating system has to be Windows.
Step by step instructions
After these requirements are settled, you can begin the phone’s rooting using the SRSRoot tool.
- This tool has to be downloaded from one particular address online. If you download it someplace else, you’ll deal with a bricked phone. So go here and tap a download button which is on that page.
- After you do that, the SRSRoot software will end up on your laptop. This tool will then be required to get flashed on the device. If it is, do this: opn it on the laptop and activate an option called Unknown Sources.
- The option we told you to tap is under Settings. To get to it, tap Menu first, then Settings and then the one we told you to activate.
- If done, you are able to move on. So be sure to have USB Debugging also activated. This is the option we advised you to turn on in our requirements. So if you didn’t enable it then, enable it now.
- Then generate a connection between the Galaxy S3 Verizon SCH-I535 and the laptop. The success of this plugging is assured by the smartphone’s USB cord which has to be used here.
- Your next move is this: tap Root Device (All Methods) and then wait until the SRSRoot software gain access to the core of the phone. After the installation is done, restart the handset.
Your Galaxy smartphone is now officially rooted. Look for the new software on it, then enjoy the rooting stuff we said would improve your device. In case you don’t want a rooted phone anymore, use the same application to unroot it.
We welcome questions about the procedure, so leave them below.