Samsung galaxy s3 lte (i9305)

CF Auto Root to download has at least the name is 'i9300' – does it also work with the i9305 LTE? At least according to the photo to step 2 above there is an extra package for the i9305?!?

Constey 30. December 2013 at 13:49

Servus, the CF Auto Root works for both the i9300 and the i9305.

kaschr5 2. January 2014 at 0:14

Hello,after root my 9305 only starts in download mode,what can I do???


Michael 4. January 2014 at 6:46

Rooted my S3 LTE. After starting SU is stopped. I get a message from security policies. Have the 4.3 on it . What else can I do?

Constey 5. January 2014 at 13:31

You can just uninstall/re-install SuperSU or install an update from the Play Store. Maybe it works again. In the SuperSU app there is also the possibility to update the "Su Binary". If this does not work, something did not work during rooting – run CF Auto Root again.

Michael 6. January 2014 at 5:39

Thanks Just had to renew the SU.

Ronny 5. March 2014 at 10:58

Hi Constey unfortunately I have the same problem with my SuperUS that it is stopped etc. And in the play stor of google but there is no update for the SuperUs what should I do ? Somal ja auch die Meldung kommt von Sicherheitsrichtlinien. Have the 4.3 on it and a Samsung Galaxy S3 Lte GT-I9305 it would be really great if you could help me with my problem mfg Ronny


Felix 6. January 2014 at 20:06

Have a question . I am not really familiar with it but so far I can follow all the steps .. Just the 500mb file i.E. The update, should I just pull that via USB to my S3 or is that handled by the program automatically ?

Constey 7. January 2014 at 9:13

The 500MB file (I9305XXUEMKC_I9305DBTEMJ4_DBT.Zip) you have to unpack on your PC, there comes then a tar.Md5 file out which you can flash with Odin.


Vale 17. January 2014 at 14:59

Edit2: The images from the links above do not work. I can't find the file extension .Z01 does not unzip or open, what kind of format is this anyway? Have never seen this before. Mfg Vale

Vale 17. January 2014 at 16:16

Edit3: Sorry, I was just too stupid to realize that you need 2 files. I have always taken only 1 file ^^ well has nu worked and thanks for the guide, has really helped me! Continue like this! 🙂 Mfg Vale


MBD 18. January 2014 at 18:05

I have only times ne short question if I proceed according to these instructions I lose then my Apps as well as their data


MBD 18. January 2014 at 19:41

Hab es jetzt nach anleitung durchgwführt und daten sowie Applications geblieben alle erhaltsn😉 Danke für die gute und eimnfache Anleitung


Lars 20. January 2014 at 21:24

Hi, downloaded the two files now. I once downloaded the: I9305XXUEMKC_I9305DBTEMJ4_I9305XXUEMK1_HOME.Tar.Md5 and the I9305XXUEMKC_I9305DBTEMJ4_I9305XXUEMK1_HOME.Tar.Z01 How do I get the last file into Odin?? – Or do I have somehow a thinking error? I have already uploaded the first file to pda. Tried it only with that but it always gives "FAIL". What else do I need to do?

Constey 21. January 2014 at 17:25

The mirror consists of 2 files (tar.Zip& z01…) the one with 7zip, winrar etc. Can be unpacked. At dev host the file limit is 500 MB – and the image is 700 so it had to be in 2 parts…

Vinc 21. January 2014 at 18:04

So the 2. Image (extra) regardless of the first flashing?

Lars 21. January 2014 at 23:51

So you have to tar.Flash zip first and then the z01 or how should i understand this? Thanks already for the quick answer! 🙂


Vinc 20. January 2014 at 21:47

I have a question: I have now upgraded my s3 LTE to Android 4 using only the first image.3 updated, why do you need the 2. Image!? 😮


Vfbfreak36 27. January 2014 at 17:52

I followed exactly the described tutorial, but on my Galaxy S3 LTE the autoroot does not work, as soon as the phone reboots after the autoroot via Odin, SuperSU is gone and rooted it is also not… Please for help!

Constey 27. January 2014 at 23:09

Install supersu from the play store, then update the su binary and see if you have root.


Lord Babba 15. Rooting S3 GT-I9305. Now it does not start. Need urgent help Thanks


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