Samsung Galaxy S III Gets Rooted
Doesn’t surprise you, does it? Well, the awesome guys at xda have once again rooted a flagship device even before its hits the market shelves. The root has been acquired on a testing firmware which could be different from what the final build may be. Even then, the main procedure for root access won’t be very changed, as per Chainfire.
The person who got the root access didn’t have an SGSIII with him but he did it with remote access.
Interestingly, Samsung has used the standard boot.img for this device rather than the zimage which was used on its previous two flagship devices.
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