How to Root Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-M919N (KitKat) – Within the past few years, Samsung is being intensively in producing Android phones and tabs. It reinforces Samsung’s entry into the largest mobile phone vendor. Samsung Galaxy S4 is one of the products of South Korean android smartphone manufactured by Samsung Electronics. Android Samsung Galaxy S4 was first launched in New York this is the successor of the Samsung Galaxy S3. This phone officially on April 26, 2013. Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with a thinner design and Full HD Super AMOLED screen measuring 5 “with two elegant colors, namely titanum Grey and Sapphire Black.
In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has another appeal. That has the unique ability to limb motion detection, such as Air Gesture. So you can simply scrolling the screen with a sweep of the screen without touching the screen and there is also a Smart Pause feature, which will stop video playback when you take your eyes off the phone. With the advantages, the product is expected to facilitate its users.
In this post Smartphone Clinic will provide a tutorial about how to Root Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-M919N. Make sure that your Samsung Galaxy S4 running on Android Kitkat 4.4.4. Root your device at your own risk.
Make sure your phone battery is charged to 70% or more
Make sure you install the Samsung Kieson your PC, if you haven’t already.
Backup your device data
Enable USB Debugging, by open Settings > Developers Option > USB Debugging If Developers Option is hidden, go to Settings > About Phone > Built Number (tap on it for 5-8 times)
Boot the device into Download Mode as follows: press and hold Volume Down, Home and Power buttons together
When a warning triangle appears on screen, press Volume Up button to enter Download Mode.
Launch Odin3.exe by click right and run as administrator on computer
Connect your phone to the computer. Odin will automatically detect your phone and show the “added message”.
In Odin, tap PDA button and choose the CF-Auto-Root……….tar.md5 file.
Ensure Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options are selected in Odin, while the Re-Partition option is unchecked.
click Start in Odin.
Once the root installation is done, your phone will reboot and soon a PASS message with a green background appears in the left-most box at the very top of Odin.
Your Samsung Samsung Galaxy S4 will reeboot automatically
After reboot, Open menu. If the SuperSU App exist on your Application Menu on your smartphone it means you’ve succesfully rooted your device.
For more details, please watch following video:
Congratulation! Now your Samsung Galaxy S4 was rooted. You can verify that your Samsung Galaxy S4 is successfully rooted or not by downloading Root Checker App on Play Store. Hopefully the article of How to Root Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-M919N (KitKat) useful for you.