When you root Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 smartphones, you are getting access to the root file system on the device. Normally that is how your Android operating system is before the manufacturer and Google lock it down. Google does this for the wider audience who rely on maximum security.

By locking the operating system and taking away the root access usually found in the Linux kernel, you stop the applications from being able to read each other. That makes your device much safer and better protected from malware. However, it does come at a high cost. Essentially having an Android operating system without root access is like having a Windows PC without the administrator’s account. You cannot roam free and install programs whenever you want. With root access on the Samsung Galaxy Grand 3, you can install any of the apps available on the Google Play Store without any restrictions.

Samsung Galaxy Grand 3

The Files You Need

  1. These are the steps to root the Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 SM-G7200. Do not follow this guide on a different model number. You can check your model number by navigating to the Settings > About Device > Model Number.
  2. You do not need a computer to be able to do this tutorial, since the app is on your phone.
  3. Download the KingRoot universal one-click rooting package from here.

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Grand 3 Smartphone

  1. Connect your Grand 3 smartphone to the computer using the USB cable.
  2. Transfer the KingRoot zip file over to the root of the internal storage SD card.
  3. Unplug the device from the computer.
  4. Install the KingRoot APK file on your device just like you would normally install APK files on Android devices. You can additionally check out some of the best file managers to download for that job.
  5. Once you have the app on your device, find it where you normally find new apps after you download them from the Google Play Store. If it is not there yet, you need to tap the KingRoot icon from File Manager.
  6. Tap the large Try to Root or the Get Root button from the main page in the application.
  7. Now just wait until you see the progress bar reach 100% to let you know that it is complete.
  8. All you need to do now is reboot the device and it will be ready to install new apps from the Google Play Store.
  9. Start by installing the root checker app if you want to double-check the guide did work for your device before doing anything else.