Just got your Galaxy S3? Whether you have a Galaxy S3 GT-i9300 or any of the U.S. variants, you will certainly want to consider having some extra Galaxy S3 batteries in handy so you can go longer than a day. Actually, there’s a really good deal on Galaxy S3 batteries. These are Hyperion Galaxy S3 batteries, comes in 2200mAh capacity at 3.7VDC (while the stock Samsung battery is rated for 2100mAh capacity at 3.8VDC).
Looking for a custom ROM that gives you performance? Well, FoxHound ROM has been known traditionally for great overclocking and performance with the Galaxy S2, now it’s also available for your Galaxy S3 GT-i9300, giving you up to 1.8Ghz of overclocking. In daily usage, I was able to get stable 1.7Ghz overclocking and near 6500-7000 in Quadrant benchmarking scores.
For those of you who want to get most out of your Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710, T-Mobile Galaxy S3 SGH-T999, or AT&T Galaxy S3 SGH-i717, you will certainly want to root your Galaxy S3. Rooting your Galaxy S3 gives you lots of benefits like full control over your phone, ability to install custom ROMs, and a whole lot more. (If you would like a longer video explanation of what rooting does, please see this video “Why Root My Android Smartphone?”.
Don’t like TouchWiz? Perhaps you are a Google purist who only wants to use pure Google ICS stuff?
No worries, there’s a ROM for that, the AOKP ICS ROM for your rooted Galaxy S3 i9300 brings you “pure Google ICS” experience bundled with a ton of UI customizations that you won’t be able to experience on TouchWiz-based ROMs.
Here’s another great ROM that’s up and coming, the BlackStar ROM for your rooted Galaxy S3 i9300. This ROM is super-lightweight similar to the CM-Zoom ROM, comes with Siyah kernel with overclocking support up to 1.8Ghz.
This ROM should also give you great battery life and performance over stock ROM, another great choice tested by the team at GalaxyS3Root.com.
What? You got your phone today and you want to get rid of TouchWiz right away?
Well, there are some people who just “hate” TouchWiz with the utmost passion but don’t worry, there’s a ROM for that.
The CM-Zoom ROM for your rooted Galaxy S3 GT-i9300 comes TouchWiz-free and bloat-free. You will find the whole ROM weighing at only 200MB (compared to 400-500MB for stock ROM), which just means that it’s mean and lean and will only have the stuff you absolutely need.
Well, it’s been almost two weeks since Galaxy S3 officially launched and I think it’s a good time to start flashing custom ROMs as there’s been lots of development.
I’ve been trying a bunch of ROMs and one of the best ROMs I can recommend to you is the Omega ROM. Omega ROM for rooted Galaxy S3 i9300 comes very stock-like but with many cool things like HX Camera mod, 6×5 app drawer, extended power menu, faster GPS lock, and lots more.
So, you want to install a custom ROM on your newly rooted(wedded) Galaxy S3?
Well, I’ve been flashing custom ROMs on many different Android devices in the past and here’s my “universal” guide “fail-proof” method for installing a custom ROM on your rooted Galaxy S3. This will work on all custom ROMs.
So, you rooted your Galaxy S3 and you want to install custom ROMs? Or maybe just want to get rid of bloatware?
Well, let me tell you that BEFORE you do any of that, you should make a backup ROM using the ClockworkMod Recovery.
For those of you who want to get most out of your Galaxy S3 GT-i9300, you will certainly want to root your Galaxy S3. Rooting your Galaxy S3 gives you lots of benefits like full control over your phone, ability to install custom ROMs, and a whole lot more. (If you would like a longer video explanation of what rooting does, please see this video “Why Root My Android Smartphone?”.