By Anton D. Nagy | July 8, 2012 2:14 AM
The fact that all variants of the Samsung Galaxy S III come with unlocked bootloaders, except the Verizon flavor, gave birth to a number of unsatisfied customers or simply just the community being angry at Samsung — though it might have been a condition laid down by the network operator.
Who’s going to come to the rescue if not the community? Root is now achievable on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus despite the locked bootloader. For that you will need to follow a rather simple procedure if hacking is your cup of tea and you’re a power user, and there’s even a step-by-step walkthrough with instructions on how to do it. Head over to the source link to download everything you need from one place and also read through the thread for feedback.
Source: XDA Developers