Here we have the latest Rooting guide for Samsung Galaxy S4 on Android 4.3 UBUEMK1 Jelly Bean OS. Samsung Galaxy S4 was the successor of Galaxy S3 and is more popular than its predecessor. If you have updated your Samsung Galaxy S4 to the latest Android version then you have lost the root access to your device if you have rooted your device before upgrading to the latest firmware.
Now, if you are looking for a guide to root Samsung Galaxy S4 on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean then follow these simple steps to root your Galaxy S4 easily on Android 4.3.
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- Samsung Galaxy S4 Running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean [UBUEMK1]
- Your device should be fully charged (min 90%)
- Download CF-Auto-Root Package for Samsung Galaxy S4 to your PC and Extract the downloaded file
- Download Odin Application
- Download and Install Samsung USB drivers
Instructions to Root Samsung Galaxy S4 on Android 4.3 UBUEMK1 Jelly Bean
Step 1: Enable USB debugging in your Galaxy S4 : to do this Switch off your device and turn it on while pressing power + Volume Down + Home button until you see some text on-screen, Press Volume Up to continue.
Step 2: Now open Odin in your computer and connect your phone using USB cable to the computer
Step 3: Next click on PDA and select the file named CF-Auto-Root-ja3g-ja3gxx-gti9500.zip
Step 4: Check Auto Reboot and F.Reset Options in Odin
Step 5: Click on Start button to initialize the rooting process and wait till it completes
That’s it! Now if everything went right then your Samsung Galaxy S4 will reboot and you should see the home screen. If you see the home screen, then unplug or remove USB cable. Now sit back, relax and take the full advantage of your newly Rooted Samsung Galaxy S4 on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.