How to Root Galaxy S3 I9300T DUEMA1 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

Want to root your Galaxy S3 I9300T DUEMA1 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, yes now you can root your updated I9300T DUEMA1 easily. Recently the Galaxy S3 users get the new official firmware update DUEMA1 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. If you are on the DUEMA1 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware and want to root your device. Below is the complete guide which help you to root your device. After rooting your device, you can enjoy lots of rooted application on your device. Rooting will allow you to install any custom recovery or ROM of your wish on Samsung Galaxy S3. And also read our guide what are the Benefits to root Android device here.

Remember some things before rooting your device, this rooting method is only for Galaxy S3 I9300T DUEMA1 users, don’t apply this guide on other devices. Don’t forget to take the full backup of your device with these free android backup applications.

Root Galaxy S3 I9300T DUEMA1 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
Root Galaxy S3 I9300T DUEMA1 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

NOTE:- Use these instructions at your own risk. We shall not hold any responsibility or liability. Make sure that you have the latest Samsung USB Drivers installed on your PC and Enable USB Debugging option from the Android Development menu. (Read Here :- How To Enable USB Debugging Mode in Android Devices)

Guide to Root Galaxy S3 GT I9300T on DUEMA1 Jellybean 4.1.2 Firmware

1. Download and install Samsung USB Drivers and Latest Version of KIES on your desktop, if already installed than move to step 2.

2. Download the and Odin on your desktop and extract both the files on your desktop.

3. Turn you Phone off and go to the download mode by pressing Volume down button and Home button simultaneously while turning the phone on.

4 .Now Connect your device with Computer via USB cable and start the ODIN app on desktop. When your device will be connected to your computer, one ID:COM boxes will turn yellow after some time

5. Click on PDA in Odin and browse to the “CF-Auto-Root-m0-m0du-gti9300t.tar.md5″ that you’ve extracted above in step 2. Your Odin should look exactly like this:


6. Now click on start, it will take around 2 – 3 minutes for rooting the device. After the rooted process is complete, the device will be rebooted. Once you see the home screen, you will have to disconnect the device from the computer.

That’s it now the Galaxy S 3 is rooted, if you want to check that your phone is rooted or not, you can do this easily with the free app “Root Checker