The Samsung Galaxy S4 is still a smartphone that is worth more than the blow: its price and performance make it a smartphone with an excellent value for money. However it is important to note that it will soon be updated to the latest android version and hence the reason as to why you have to be ready for the best and the worst.
The rooting process is risky, if you do not follow the steps properly, you may end up with an unusable phone. Similarly, there is normally no data loss with this method, but caution is to be safe, back up your data first. Neither AndroidPIT nor I will not be held responsible for anything.
Also note that the warranty on your Samsung can jump, and if something happens during the operation (you accidentally disconnect the cable, for example), there is currently no Roma customs. It is a question of days, but be careful and follow all instructions.
Rooting The Samsung Galaxy S4 Android 4.4.2 Kitkat With CF-Auto-Root
We will use CF-Auto-Root, but if you don’t install a custom recovery, you can choose later (see below).
- Download and unzip the CF-Auto-Root Galaxy Note 4 root file.
- Download Odin.
- Launch Odin.
- In Odin, click PDA, then go for the CF-Auto-Root file, it must end in .tar.md5.
- Turn off your smartphone and reboot into download Mode: low volume + home + power. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is it still in the game? Our comprehensive test.
- Connect your Galaxy S4 to your PC via USB.
- Once 0: COM appears in the top left box of Odin, your Galaxy S4 is recognized.
- Make sure that F. Reset Time and Auto Reboot checkboxes are unchecked.
- Click Start once the flash CF-Auto-Root finished, reboot your Galaxy S4, it is rooted!