Hey everyone, my Verizon Galaxy SIII I-535 recently took a dunk in some water. Luckily the phone survived. But since it's outta warranty, I thought I would take a dive into rooting it. Mainly to get rid of the blotware and so that I can move apps, movies and such to my SD card since I guess it's otherwise quite difficult. The only thing that seems to have gone wrong when it went for a swim was the camera quit focusing. I tried some camera apps, but none helped with the focus issue. I saw some replacement camera parts on Amazon for $25-$30 and have a store that will do it for $45. So question #1, how easy is it to replace the camera? One on Amazon says it comes with the tools to do the switch out. Or should I just pay the $45 at the store? Question #2 What's currently the best way to root my device? I am a noob by all definitions LOL Actually I have a decent working knowledge of computers, but by no means an expert of any sort. Using windows 7 64bit I'm on stock (obviously) version 4.1.2 Baseband version I535VRBLMD3 Kernel Version 3.0.31-1121237 se.infra@SEP-67 #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Apr 16 Build Number JZO54K.I535VRMD3 Hardware Version I535.10 Thanks!