2, July 2016

How To Root Samsung Galaxy s4 sgh-i337m

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.

Warning

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).

  1. Download and unzip the CF-Auto-Root Galaxy Note 4 root file.
  2. Download Odin.
  3. Launch Odin.
  4. In Odin, click PDA, then go for the CF-Auto-Root file, it must end in .tar.md5.
  5. 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.
  6. Connect your Galaxy S4 to your PC via USB.
  7. Once 0: COM appears in the top left box of Odin, your Galaxy S4 is recognized.
  8. Make sure that F. Reset Time and Auto Reboot checkboxes are unchecked.
  9. Click Start once the flash CF-Auto-Root finished, reboot your Galaxy S4, it is rooted!

1, July 2016

How To Gain Root Access On Galaxy Note 3 (Lollipop 5.0)

The brand new Galaxy Note 3 is already in the market, and as in Android do not expect to do what we like with our teams here we tell you how to root access in several simple steps. It’s not like you need it, the Note 3 is tremendous with great features and impressive performance. But those who like to try ROMs and bring the visual aspect to another level because they really need.

The process comes from the XDA developer community and is very simple. At the moment this tutorial is only for International models, Claro PR, T-Mobile and Sprint. The process on other variants like AT & T is further complicated by the restrictions that AT & T has created in their firmwares.

As always, we emphasize that SendLove.to nor the staff responsible for damage to your phone, perform this procedure at your own risk. My advice is to always read the process twice before you start doing it so as to familiarize with it. Without further ado, here is the process:

What Do You Need?

  1. Samsung USB Drivers (If you do not have) If you do not have installed, you must download and install on your computer. It is important to restart your computer after you finish installing them. Once the computer restarts connect your Note 3 on and make sure it is detected. Then you can disconnect and reboot your computer again to continue the process.
  2. Download the Note 3 root files. (you must download the appropriate to your model)
  3. SM-N900 (International Exynos): CF-Auto-Root-ha3g-ha3gxx-smn900.zip
  4. SM-N9005 (International Qualcomm): CF-Auto-Root-hlte-hltexx-smn9005.zip
  5. SM-N900T (T-Mobile US): CF-Auto-Root-hltetmo-hltetmo-smn900t.zip
  6. SM-N900P (Sprint): CF-Auto-Root-hltespr-hltespr-smn900p.zip
  7. SM-N900W8 (Claro PR): CF-Auto-Root-hltecan-hlteub-smn900w8.zip
  8. Odin3

Process

  1. Download the file and unzip root access once, you must finish with a .tar.md5 file. Keep it in an accessible place, I recommend the desktop.
  2. Turn off your phone and Turn it into Download Mode (hold keys and Volume Down Home with the ignition for several seconds)
  3. Unzip the file and run the program Odin3 (.exe). Connect your Note to the computer. When Odin3 recognizes the Note, you should see a box with the word COM within the program.
  4. Select the PDA field in Odin3 and choose the file you downloaded and unzipped (.tar.md5). Make sure that Odin3, you have unchecked the option Re-Partition and only the Auto-Reboot option is checked.
  5. Press Start and wait Odin3 perform the process. Do not disconnect the equipment until it restarts and you see the word “Pass” or “Success” in Odin3.
  6. Your device will then reboot and that is it.

29, June 2016

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 edge sm-g920v

The brand new Samsung Galaxy S6 is a powerful flagship device full of impressive specs and features. Samsung added a stunning camera on the back along with a heart rate sensor, improved the fingerprint scanner and more. Last week a new Galaxy S6 root method arrived, and here we’ll explain how to root the Galaxy S6 and get even more out of the phone.

Even though the Galaxy S6 is loaded full of features and options, many users still love to root their device for additional functionality or control. Just like jailbreaking an iPhone, last week the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge on Verizon and AT&T (and other carriers) finally received root access.

Rooting Android is a process that allows smartphone and tablet owners to have additional control or “Root Access” of the Android operating system. Which is usually done so owners can get around carrier or manufacturer limitations (like hotspot blocks) removing third party apps and bloatware, installing custom themes or icon packs, or to alter settings to each users own desire. Read on for the quick how to instructions, and a video for those needing more help.

The Galaxy S6 is one of the most popular Android devices today, and a new method to root Galaxy S6 has arrived that won’t mess with the Knox security, and works for all versions on almost all carriers. Not just any root either. It’s an extremely simple 1-click method that will have your Galaxy S6 fully rooted in just a few easy steps.

Last week a group called the Keen team released PingPong Root, which is a 1-click root app for a number of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge variants. This will even root the Verizon or AT&T Galaxy S6, two carriers that usually put additional things in place to make root access more difficult to achieve.

A few other methods are available, but this is the easiest one yet and won’t trip the KNOX security many use for business use. However, root will make the device more vulnerable, and will disable Samsung Pay when it finally comes in the near future. That all said, let’s get started.

23, June 2016

How To Root HTC One M8 (Android 5.0.1 Lollipop)!

After showing the simplicity of the root procedure on some devices, like the Samsung Galaxy S5, which have even intelligent application that can perform almost all the operations, minimizing the risk of soft-brick, in this guide will we follow step by step way to root HTC One M8.

We start from a premise: the HTC M8, there is a procedure similar to that seen for the Galaxy S5, in fact, the procedure will be much longer and more complex, and will require high technical skills in the field.

Note: We strongly recommend that you do not perform this procedure if you do not know exactly what you do, because, given the delicate operations that we’re going to run, the risk of soft-brick are much higher, and could cause the worst damage if anything will be done in the wrong way.

Also note that given the radical nature of the changes that are going to make in this procedure, you will not be able to easily return back, so to avoid any doubt, start from the assumption that what we are going to do will void the warranty of your device and format the of device memory.

So you do the appropriate backup before you start! Moreover, the procedure will work with all of HTC One M8 models, even those branded by international operators, except those of Verizon, where the bootloader is locked in a different way from the others and where you cannot still act at the time.

This time it is absolutely essential to use a PC with the operations to be doing, in order as outlined below:

  • Unlock the Bootloader Unlocking and Root permission. If you are sure of what you want to do and you’ll take responsibility.
  • Make sure the battery is charged at most or at least on a percentage of about 80% or higher.
  • Repeat to make ALL of the case before starting backup.

Unlocking The Bootloader

When you’re really ready, open the Settings menu of your M8, open the Management tab Battery (Battery Manager) and select the Quick Start option (Fast Boot), setting it to OFF.

21, June 2016

How To Root Note 4 910c Lollipop 5.1.1

Are you looking for the easiest way to unlocking the endless possibilities on your phone? If you are then you are at the right place. All you need to do is simply follow this tutorial and then you get a concept of what all rooting is all about.

What is Rooting?

The term rooting been very familiar among Android costumers. Rooting basically entails you getting superuser access on your device. It results to the android gadget performance exceeding the limits of the power of the manufacturer

With simple way, a Note 4 root means that are given full access to the superuser for experimenting with, messing tweaking or modifying it. Similar with the term you get the admin commonplace in the Windows OS file connected system. For tips about rooting working together like that, along with their root access, you are able to change and have control on total system Android.

Astral also carry out root Android is not necessarily going to raise its performance or ability of Android phones. Rooting Android like “open the door” in order to develop this operating system. So, why Android gadget vendor unlock root from the beginning? There is a certain argument.

Due to this issue aims to protect the Android operating system with a total way. If the root access has been granted since the beginning and costumer accidentally change or eliminate one or many files that vital system, which will cause the performance of Android gadgets become unstable and may cause your device to get bricked.

Personally, I rooted because it means I could change, delete, add, and even undermine the entire existing mobile phone system.

Usefulness android root against, among others, of unrestricted access to the system, the installation files on the memory card, uninstall default, backup system, custom installation Rom, add RAM and many other things.

17, June 2016

How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 StraightTalk sch s968c

Do you want to get root access on your Samsung Galaxy S3 and thus permits access Super user? Today I bring you a tutorial where I teach you to root Galaxy S3 in a couple of clicks.

Despite being launched in 2012 and already have its successor, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is still the best selling smartphone in history. As time passes, smartphones reach more and more people and many are gaining more experience and are becoming sophisticated users who want access to more options and make the most of their devices.

Therefore, today I bring a simple tutorial in which I show you how to get root access on the Galaxy S3 sch-s968c.

What Does root access Entail?

Before starting we should clarify this. Being root means access to the root of the device, ie get maximum privileges on your phone. By having full control of your smartphone, you can access and modify certain things that previously could not be accessed, like using some unique applications, change the CPU frequency, perform backups, tethering and install cooked ROMs.

Now, if this comes packaged with so many benefits, then why isn’t every Android user a root user? There is enough fear around this (often unjustified) although admittedly be root has some consequences.

Consequences Of root access

As root, you can access the root of the team, ie some central archives. If we touch something that is not there, we can completely ruin the device(thus usually if you do not know what you do, do not even try!).

This means that the risk is not being root itself, misuse of what we do with the possibilities offered, but if you are careful and do not touch what is not, then you should not have any problems at all.

Two main losses:

  1. With the Galaxy S3 root, one can lose the ability to receive automatic updates but here it should make a clarification. If you have rooted the device but NOT modified the Recovery, updates should keep coming. Otherwise you must upgrade manually.
  2. The smartphone warranty: while in Europe there is a law that says rooting or flashing the phone does not lose the guarantee, the truth is that in most cases, companies are not liable for damages we cause the device and therefore the rooted mobile lose the guarantee (although also usually can reverse the root process).

14, June 2016

How To Root LG G2 Lollipop 5.0.1 And To Use Xprivacy

I used the program Xprivacy Installer, which led me “by the hand” step by step so that I could succeed in rooting LG G2 lollipop 5.0.1.

Steps:

  1. I removed some Google applications – including Market, Games, Music, Chrome, Books, Movies
  2. I removed several applications LG, including redundant motifs like.
  3. Limited access to certain applications
  4. I turned Greenify
  5. I installed the keyboard from LG G3 – it is brilliant

Observations:

I did not notice any problems during the LG G2 root, hitting KnockON properly, the new keyboard also (remember to make backups of the old just in case). The phone works just as well as before, and maybe better, as does its Greenify. No problems with coverage, WiFi, etc. Everything works as it should.

Useful Links:

I Personally Installed This Set:

  • Titanium Backup – used to uninstall the application (eg. Those from the manufacturer or Google), freezing applications (only available in the PRO version), make backup copies of the application (a full copy along with the data)
  • Xposed Installer – necessary to install Xprivacy – something that is probably equivalent to Cydia on iOS (I installed it when passing the next steps in Xprivacy Installer – below is the link)
  • Xprivacy – brilliant program that allows to control the powers of individual applications (way to install is below)
  • DiskDigger – a program that allows to recover deleted data (in the free version only photos)

10, June 2016

How To Root T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 On Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

Getting Things Ready

Make sure that you have downloaded or installed the below before proceeding with the rest of the tutorial.

  • Download the SkyHigh TW custom Note 5 root package file for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 from here.
  • Also, download the Odin3 v3.09 for installation from here.
  • Install Synapse app on your Note 5 from Google Play Store.

Here Are The Steps To Root Note 5 On Android 5.1.1 Lollipop:

  • Unzip Odin on your computer and install it.
  • Unzip firmware zip file in the same folder as Odin.
  • Switch your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 5 off and boot it in Download mode: press and hold Volume Down, Power and Home buttons together.
  • Open Odin and connect your phablet with computer. When connected successfully, you will get a message in Odin saying Added!! (In case you don’t get it, try another USB port. If that doesn’t help either, then re-install USB drivers).
  • On your Odin, click on PDA and select the Android 5.1.1 root package zip file for Galaxy Note 5.
  • Click on Start to initiate the update process.

When Android 5.1.1 update installation is successfully completed, your Note 5 will reboot.

After your device has rebooted and is back up again, open the Synapse app on your phone.

  • Tap Understood.
  • Open the app again: go to File System > Wipe Cache & Dalvik Cache.
  • Reboot your Note 5.

Ta da! Your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 has now been rooted on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

8, June 2016

CF-Auto-Root Also Available For Galaxy S7 And S7 Galaxy Edge

In recent weeks the known Chainfire developer has had to work overtime to keep up with the many new products introduced on the market, from the first developer preview of Android N to the many new smartphones presented at MWC 2016 in Barcelona.

After updating SuperSU, the package that allows you to gain root permissions, making it compatible with Android N, the developer has also upgraded CF-Auto-Root, a method which allows you to obtain root permissions on most Samsung devices.

This will not serve long and complicated procedures to obtain permits root on the new Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Galaxy Edge, although Chainfire recalls that its method requires an unlocked bootloader, since the procedure is running on a device with bootloader locked may lead to a complete brick.

The instructions to root Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge are available on our forum by using the links at end of article. As always remember that these are operations that go to void your warranty and may damage your smartphone.

Perform a preventive backup of the data and proceed with the operation only if you believe you are able to complete them properly, in order not to end up with an expensive paperweight. You can find the instructions and also resources on our forum, using the guide linked below.

2, March 2016

What To Do When You Rooted LG G3?

As we said before, most rooting software will also download SuperUser on your phone, so there will be no need for you to do it on your own. In case it didn´t happen, or you want to install a newer version, you can do it. The easiest way is to go to the Google Play Store and download it. There are two versions available to you. First is the basic version that secures your phone from malicious and unauthorized access to the important parts of your phone. This version is free, but you may also get SuperUser Elite for a price of about 3 USD.

Beside features from the basic app, SuperUser Elite has several upgraded features, such as NFC support, apps settings backup and restore, PIN protection of the app, advance log management, notification settings for different apps and ghost mode.

How to use SuperUser

Before you continue, make sure that you root G3, as this is extremely important!

Once you enter SuperUser, you may first check “Info” section. There you may see do you have basic or Elite SuperUser and what versions of SuperUser and su binary you have, and you may update them. In “apps” section you will see a list of working apps that have permission to access su binary. In “log” section is the list of apps that asked that permission and their status. If you want to change your PIN, change the way SuperUser handles new request, go to ghost mode, show status icon or log data and many other activities; you can do that in “preferences”.

As you can see, using SuperUser is easy and simple. If you want to learn more about it and if you want to use all the features it offers, the best way is to take some time and explore it a little bit. For many reasons, this is an app you simply must have on your LG G3 after rooting, and if your rooting software did not install it automatically, make sure that installing SuperUser on your rooted LG G3 be the very first thing you will do once you rooted it.