Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy S5, originally ship un-rooted. Even though you can do a lot of things with an un-rooted device, there are features, applications and scenarios where a rooted phone is required. You can’t delete a pre-installed application on your phone if you do not have access to its root directory. You cannot change application permissions if you do not have root access to your phone.
There are several cool ROMs and features out there in the Android world for the Galaxy S3, but unfortunately you’re going to have to do two things before the ROMs are within your reach, Root your Galaxy S3 and install a custom recovery. If you’re on your way to installing a ROM on your Galaxy [...]