On to the more important info though. Thanks to a few various developers from the XDA community, we officially have root and ClockworkMod for all three carriers versions mentioned. We could have broken this into three different posts, but that would have been silly. So here is who is responsible for which version – howtomen for the AT&T version, cypher_zero for the Sprint and T-Mobile version and dawgslayer69 for posting the info that cypher_zero’s method for the Sprint version works with the T-Mobile version as well. To try to keep credit where it is due, cypher_zero’s method actually comes from noobnl who posted the original Sprint variant method, but was broken down into easy to follow step-by-step for anyone that can read and follow instructions.
All three methods are pretty straight forward and standard using the traditional ODIN program and dropping the appropriate files in to the right slots. After you have flashed the appropriate kernel and CWM, you can then flash root and be all set.
According to XDA there are rumors that the kernel being used is universal between all three variants, but they and we, recommend you grab the right file for your device just to be safe. Hit the links below to go get everything needed and be sure to read everything a head of time please.
Now that we know root is a piece of cake, as it always seems to be with Samsung devices, does that entice you to pick one up a bit more?