Samsung Galaxy S4 Rooting easy and simple:
You can simply root your Samsung Galaxy S4 or most of the other smartphones by following this simple guide. The method is really simple, and just needs a simple click.
Easy way to Root Samsung Galaxy S4
First Enable Developer Options to Root Galaxy S4
First of all, you have to enable the developer options which can be enabled by the following procedure.
1- Go to the options menu then go to settings > About Device and scroll down to the build number
2-Tap on the “build number” for a repeatedly five times and you will see a notification “Developer mode has been enabled”
3-Now go back and you will see the USB debugging options there. Turn the developer options and the USB debugging on.if its difficult for you just go here and learn what is USB Debugging and How to Enable USB Debugging .
Install Kingo to Root Samsung Galaxy S4
Now you have to install Kingo Root on your system. You can download it from www.kingoapp.com once its downloaded.You have to install and run it.
Once it’s installed, follow the following steps.
1-first of all Connect your phone to the computer (with the micro-usb cable)
2-NowKingo should now detect your phone and install the appropriate drivers(if they aren’t installed already,
you might have to disconnect your phone to install the drivers properly)
3-When you connect your phone, make sure you’re looking on the screen so you say YES to the “Allow USB
4-Once it’s connected and all set up, just click on ROOT of KINGO. The process will take a number of minutes
and after that you’re all good to go!
5-After the process is done, reboot your phone.
Verify that is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Rooted?
Now that you’re done with the steps, the best way to verify whether your phone got rooted or not is to install ROOT CHECKER from the PLAYSTORE. Once it’s installed, open it and a pop-up will occur. Click on GRANT and that’s it.
For varification that is the device is rooted or not check it much helping material 😉
See also : Benefits of rooting