Need to temporary unroot Samsung Galaxy S4 in order to run certain Android applications or games? Yes, there are apps that do not let you run them if your device is rooted. Therefore, you need to temp unroot Galaxy S4 to run them. Luckily, it is not hard to do so. No need to use Voodoo OTA RootKeeper anymore because you can do so in SuperSU and Superuser themselves.
Temp unroot Galaxy S4
Err… Can’t wait for CF-Auto-Root anymore. Luckily, that’s not the only way to root Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500. Yes, you can use other method to root Galaxy S4 I9500 like installing custom kernel. Most of the custom kernel will provide auto root function too. And Adam Kernel is one of the custom kernels that can do the trick. Really can’t survive without root access in Android world. Lot of tasks cannot be done without root access. Therefore, it’s time to root Galaxy S4 now.
CF-Auto-Root is the best and easiest way to root Samsung Galaxy S4. It should work on every region Galaxy S4 (as long as the model is supported) no matter which firmware or kernel version you are using. Unlike the previous CF-Root which require matched kernel version. But here is the catch, it does not install custom recovery like ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery and install CWM Manager Application. It just to do the essential task – root Galaxy S4 and then install SuperSU binary and SuperSU application. Not a bad idea if you just want to root Galaxy S4. Plus you still can get OTA software update with stock recovery.
Currently, it supports GT-I9505 Qualcomm LTE model only. No luck for GT-I9500 Octa model yet as Developer Chainfire is on vacation now. Therefore, you need to find other way to root Galaxy S4 I9500 for the moment. Update – GT-I9500 model is supported by CF-Auto-Root now.
CF-Auto-Root for Samsung Galaxy S4
Why all applications that require root access are not working anymore on my Google Nexus 7? After troubleshooting, seem like Superuser application by ChainsDD does not support Android 4.2 Jelly Bean yet. So I have to re-root Nexus 7 with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean (Build number JOP40D). How to root Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Nexus 7? The procedure is the same as previous Android version. Just Superuser application was replaced by SuperSU from Chainfire.
CF-Root is not working on your Samsung Galaxy S III? No worry, XDA Developer, Chainfire has another way for you to root Samsung Galaxy S3 ~ CF-Auto-Root. CF-Auto-Root supports Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300, GT-I9300T, GT-I9305, GT-I9305T, GT-I9305N, SHV-E210K, SHV-E210L, SHV-E210S and SHW-M440S models. Unlike CF-Root, CF-Auto-Root provides root access with SuperSU binary and SuperSU application only. So no custom ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery and CWM Manager application are installed. Good for those who need root access only…
CF-Auto-Root for Samsung Galaxy S3