Owners of Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500 can now have a sparking new KitKat touch on their phones as Samsung has released the latest UBUFND2 Android 4.4.2 KitKat for the smart phone. Even though this build has been let out to limited users only, owners of any international i9500 set can make themselves applicable to receive this KitKat treatment. Well, assuming you have already updated your S4 with this KitKat UBUFND2 version, we present here the guide to root this UBUFND2 in your Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500.
Blogzamana will no way remain responsible for any undesired change that might occur due to this process.It’s however,very unlikely that any damage will be caused to your phone due to this rooting process.
- One Galaxy S4 I9500 Smartphone.
- A computer to download required files
- USB cable
- Installed USB drivers for Galaxy S4 in the computer
- Enable the USB debugging option.
- Install some recovery tool like ClockworkMod recovery
- Keep your phone fully charged or at least maintain a minimum charge of 80% in it.
- CF-Auto-Root Android 4.4.2(http://download.chainfire.eu/326/CF-Root/CF-Auto-Root/CF-Auto-Root-ja3g-ja3gxx-gti9500.zip)
- Switch off your Galaxy S4 and boot it into the download mode by holding down the volume down and home button together and pressing the power button till the Android bot appears on the screen.
- Next run Odin.exe in your computer as an admin and then connect your SGS4 with the computer using the USB cable. Odin will display a message reading ‘Added’ after the connection is successful.
- Now in Odin, check the [highlight]Auto Reboot[/highlight] and [highlight]F Reset Time [/highlight] check boxes, keeping all other options unchecked.
- Next click on the PDA on Odin and select the [highlight]CF-Auto-Root-ja3g-ja3gxx-gti9500.zip file[/highlight] and then select the Start button.
- Wait till the installation is complete.
- After that your Galaxy S4 i9500 will automatically reboot into recovery and will install the root files and the ID: COM will turn green.
- After the home screen comes, you can disconnect your device from the computer.
If you want to verify whether your rooting has received Super SU acces or not, you can download the Root Checker App from Google Play here. Keep visiting BlogZmana for more Android news,updates and rooting tips.