Sprint Galaxy S3 has just received and updated to another Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, this time it has a new build version L710VPBMD4, and when there’s new update came around then there’s also a panic of those device-root-a-holic people. Oh My Gush! My root was gone after the update my apps from Play Store ain’t working. Relax, you can still root this new 4.1.2 Jelly Bean (L710VPBMD4) version.
Just always keep in mind that rooting voids the warranty of your device. Root only needed if you actually wants a full control out of your phone, this will grant you super-access that allows you to install any 3rd-party apps from Google Play store that requires root before you can actually install it into your phone.
Now, if you badly needed to root your Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint) juts head over at XDA-developers for the rooting stuff. Just grab the L710VPBMD4 rooted stock – xda-developers.com