Samsung Galaxy S III is not launched yet but its rooted now. He and his colleagues rooted Galaxy S III by insecure kernel code leaked by an intrepid “insider” who he’s saying will remain nameless. Chainfire also points out that the Galaxy S III uses a recovery partition, so recoveries can be flashed separately from the kernel. For now, it seems like the Korean smartphone maker has decided to forego adding extra hurdles for developers when it comes to rooting the Galaxy S III.
Via: XDA Forums