Root L710VPUDND8 Android 4.4.2 Stock Firmware On Sprint Galaxy S3 LTE SPH-L710- Simple Tutorial

A simple method to root L710VPUDND8 Android 4.4.2 KitKat Firmware is now available at NasirTech. Samsung Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 (Sprint USA) recently get updated to the L710VPUDND8 4.4.2 KitKat Firmware. If you yet to update the firmware, then update the same by following this link- L710VPUDND8 Android 4.4.2 KitKat Firmware for Sprint Galaxy S3 LTE SPH-L710- How to Install. Hope you updated this latest firmware on your device and now you can root the same using our simple tutorial below. The below guide will help you to root VPUDND8 4.4.2 KitKat Firmware running on Galaxy S3 SPH-L710. Continue reading the tutorial for complete guide.

After updating official firmware, your device no longer belongs to rooted device. So, after official firmware update, many of us prefer to root our device to enjoy some additional features that unrooted android device doesn't offer. With a rooted android device, you can install apps that ask root permission, flash various custom ROMs, install MODs and tweak various features. Root removes default bloatware apps that free-up lots of memory space and extend the battery life. However, once rooted, manufacturer warranty will be void. But you can regain the warranty by following proper unroot process. To know more about benefits of rooting android device, read- Complete Note on What is Rooting and Benefits of Rooting Android Phone.

So, want to root Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 Running L710VPUDND8 4.4.2 KitKat Firmware? Continue reading this page to get all the necessary steps to successfully root your device. The root file (CF-Auto-Root) we used in this tutorial is safe and have nearly 100% success rate. We'll use Odin software to flash the root file.

The tutorial is made with simple step by step guide, so that even an android newbie user can follow and successfully root his/her device. However, in this process you may loss your personal data and settings. So, we recommend you to follow all the backup instructions before proceed to rooting guide.

Warning!

  • This rooting tutorial is only applicable for Samsung Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 model (d2spr). So, don't try this in any other android device. Check your device model number from- Settings-About Phone
  • Rooting voids your phone's manufacturer warranty. However, you can get back the warranty anytime by following proper unroot process or by flashing official firmware.
  • This guide is for educational purpose and you should try this at your own risk. We are not responsible if your device experience a soft brick after following this tutorial.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Check battery percentage, charge your device to a decent level of at least 60% battery power. Your device should not turn off during installation.
  • Turn on USB Debugging mode, go to Settings-Developer Options-USB Debugging
  • Backup important data and settings to external storage- follow this guide
  • Install USB driver for your device on your computer- Download Samsung USB Driver
All the above pre-requisites are very important and must be followed before proceed to installation guide. Hope you get all the above points and done as mentioned. Now, you are ready to move to the final step of this tutorial where we have arranged a step by step details guide to root Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 running  L710VPUDND8 4.4.2 KitKat firmware.

Steps to Root Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 Running L710VPUDND8 4.4.2 KitKat through Odin:

  1. Download CF-Auto-Root for Galaxy S3 L710 and extract the Zip file: CF-Auto-Root-d2spr-d2spr-sphl710.zip
  2. Download Odin 3.09 and extract the Zip file: Odin
  3. Now, Switch off your phone and boot Galaxy S3 L710 into Download Mode by pressing and holding the Volume Down+Home+Power buttons together (long press until the boot screen appear), now press Volume Up key to proceed to Download Mode.
  4. Run the Odin3 v3.09.exe file as an administrator (Right click on the .exe file and click on Run as administrator)
  5. Now connect your Galaxy S3 L710 to your computer via USB cable
  6. In Odin3 screen, you should see a COM Port number like “0:[COM7]” at ID:COM section and “Added!” text at the message box. This means your device has been detected by Odin3.
  7. Make sure that, only the “Auto Reboot” and “F. Reset Time” options are checked.
  8. Now, click on the AP button and select the CF-Auto-Root-d2spr-d2spr-sphl710.tar.md5 file.
  9. Finally, click on the Start button to begin the rooting process, wait few moments.
  10. Once completed, you would see “PASS!” message in ID:COM port having green background
  11. Your phone should automatically reboot after completion
  12. You can now disconnect your phone from computer
  13. Finish
Congrats! You have completed the tutorial to root Galaxy S3 L710 running L710VPUDND8 4.4.2 KitKat Firmware. Hope you successfully done the rooting process. If you followed everything as mentioned in the above tutorial, then your Galaxy S3 L710 should now rooted and you have complete control over your device. Now, install apps that ask root permission or flash various custom ROMs. To verify your device is rooted or not, you can download and run the Root Checker App from Google Play Store. If you have any doubt or query about the tutorial, feel free to contact with us using the comment form below, and share your rooting experience with us.
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6 comments:

  1. Will this method also unlock the bootloader and wipe the phone? I plan to keep the stock rom and do not require that the bootloader be unlocked. I only need root access and do not need to wipe the phone.

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  2. I have tried this with a Sprint Samsung G3, SPH-L710, Android 4.2.2 (auto download from Sprint, L710VPUDND8. Doesn't work.

    Output from Odin 3.09:
    Added!!
    Odin v.3 engine (ID:5)..
    File analysis..
    SetupConnection..
    Initialzation..
    Get PIT for mapping..
    Firmware update start..
    SingleDownload.
    recovery.img
    NAND Write Start!!
    cache.img.ext4
    RQT_CLOSE !!
    RES OK !!
    Removed!!
    Remain Port .... 0
    All threads completed. (succeed 1 / failed 0)

    During reboot (after the red droid), I get the following message:
    Android is Upgrading
    starting apps

    Then, system goes into normal seen screen, followed shortly by:
    "Unfortunately, SuperSU has stopped."

    Root checker output:
    Sorry, This device does not have proper root access.

    I've tried with my normal setting, then tried again after removing the microSD and doing a factory reset. Same results.

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    1. Update to my May 30th post. I finally did get it to work on the Sprint Samsung GS3. When I rooted the phone back when it had 4.1 and 4.2, I copied on a SuperUser.zip and had a recovery ROM that allowed me to install SuperSU (an old free version) which rooted it and then I could do an update to the newest version via the App Store. However, this time that didn't work. I not only had to uninstall SuperSU and SuperSU Pro before trying to root 4.4, but I had to delete the SuperUser.zip off my internal SD card, and THEN try re-rooting. Maybe that wasn't what did it, but it did eventually work after I did that.

      Strangely, I didn't delete SuperUser.zip when I rooted 4.3 using this exact same method and it still worked, so who knows?

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  3. I can verify that the method above did work on my GS3, SPH-L710. However, after reboot, I also got the message that SuperSU had stopped. I checked and it was installed. So I went and updated SuperSU to the latest version (v1.94) via the market. I then went to SuperSU settings and installed it into the system and rebooted. I now had root access and SuperSU is now running properly.

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  4. Tried it, didn't work, got the same results as Chad. Rooting for versions 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 had worked in the past. I had SuperSU and SuperSU Pro installed previously, and it said that neither were installed afterwards. I reinstalled them, and SuperSU said that it couldn't run, was missing the binary and couldn't install it. So I uninstalled both, repeated all these steps here, it still did not put SuperSU on it nor root it according to Root Checker. I have Sprint. I've heard various carriers tweak their ROMs to disallow rooting using current methods. What does the author of this article use?

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  5. Tried it several times. No luck. Does not root. Any way to root? I was rooted. Went back to get update. Now I regret it.

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