Adam Kernel does not work on latest Galaxy S4 XXUBMEA firmware yet. So I need to find another rooting method for it. Yes, Chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root comes to rescue. One of the best parts of CF-Auto-Root – able to root most Galaxy S4 firmware out there. Unless Samsung changes the firmware structure, else CF-Auto-Root should be able to root it. Okay, let’s get started. Once your Android devices get rooted , you can’t go back anymore. Lot of useful applications require root access…
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.
Developer Chainfire is back from holidays. And he brings along a gift to all Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 users. Yes, CF-Auto-Root supports Galaxy S4 I9500 model now. That’s the good news that everyone should rejoice, right? Yes, but I saw a comment from XDA Forum Taiwan user, sorg ~ Triangle Away is not possible anymore with I9500 stock bootloader due to boot block is hardware write protection. Huh? Is that true? Anyway, I have no chance to turning back now because my Galaxy S4 is already rooted and loaded with CWM. Warranty is already void but luckily Samsung Malaysia does not care much about rooting. And still accept to service for free even it is rooted based on several users’ feedback.
How to root Samsung Galaxy Note II GT-N7100 (or GT-N7105)? In short, it is not hard at all. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has an unlooked bootloader. So you can modify it easily including rooting. For me, root access is a must have for Android devices. So I don’t buy product with locked bootloader usually. Root access is great because you can do lot of interesting stuffs like backup applications and data with Titanium Backup, remove advertisements, improve user experience with custom modification… Interested to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Just watch my step by step video guide to learn how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Note – CF-Auto-Root supports Samsung Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 model only (at the time of writing this guide). Don’t install CF-Auto-Root on other Samsung Galaxy Note 2 models.
Want to enjoy advertisement free environment on your Samsung Galaxy Note II? And able to make full data and system backup to avoid data loss from time to time? Root access on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the essential stuff that you need. In addition, your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 performance can be improved and user experience can be enhanced too. Why? Lot of these nice applications and modifications require root access to work. Therefore, root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is a must for me. And you too…