Android was created in 2002, a Linux based software, which was then purchased by Google in 2005. The first Android powered device was sold in 2008. Android is an open source software, which allows the software to be freely modified and distributed by device manufacturers, wireless carriers, and enthusiast developers.

About the Galaxy S3

The Galaxy S3 is the latest super phone released by Samsung on May 29, 2012. It has a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED screen. It carries a 1.5 Qualcom Snapdragon S4 Dual-Core processor, with 2gb RAM, and a 16 or 32gb internal storage, and can also take up to a 64gb card in the external storage.

About the Software

The Galaxy S3 is initially shipped with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. At the end of 2012, Google released their latest software Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. With the new software alot of bug fixes and add ons were put into the software. The new Google Now application was also implemented into 4.1 Jelly Bean. At the beginning of 2013, Android 4.2 was released on the latest Google Nexus device. With root, you can manually update your Galaxy S3 to have 4.2 Jelly Bean beta software.


Root is an availibility you can get on Android if you don't care about losing warranty on your device. Rooting allows you to unlock the bootloader and put on files that shouldn't be used. Files such as .img's or even .zips's. Once you unlock the bootloader, you can flash an .img file recovery, and then have the availability of changing to a custom rom, or flashing mods and morphs on your device, through a .zip file.

Me, Myself, and I

I bought my first Android phone in 2009. Since then I have loved the software and what you are capable of doing with it. My second Android was the Motorola Droid, I then Upgraded to the HTC EVO 4G, then the HTC EVO 3D (first phone to have two 3D camera's on a phone. I then continued my love for the EVO line and bought the EVO 4G LTE. Samsung then dropped the S3 line and I had to buy one. I ended up buying it because the specs and capabilities were greater than the EVO 4G LTE. I am currently happy user of the Galaxy S3 (rooted).