If you’re holding on to the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4, then we’ve got a piece of good news for you – especially for those who’re planning to root your device. There is finally a root method available for the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4, and we’ve came out with a simple how to root the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 tutorial for those who’re interested to root their handset. So if you’re interested, do follow this how to root tutorial closely.
However before we begin, I would like to warn you that during the process of rooting, there is a risk of bricking your own device. So if you still want to proceed, you’ll be doing it at your own risk and we will hold no responsible for any form of damage on your device. Its a good practice for you to backup your device to an external source apart from your own SD Card.
*Make sure you have installed your device’s driver before embarking on the procedure.
- Download the Terminal Emulator App from the Google Play Store.
- Download the Root Exploit Package and extract it to your desktop.
- Insert a MicroSD card that has already been formatted as exFAT.
- Connect the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 to your PC using the USB cable.
- Copy all the files that you’ve extracted earlier on to the root of your microSD card.
- Open the Terminal Emulator App and type in the following command :
- cd /mnt/extSdCard
- The device starts to root.
- After it has completed, open the SuperSU app and it will prompt you to update the Binaries.
- Allow it to update the Binaries.
- Reboot the device.
- Congratulation! You’ve just rooted the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4!
That’s all you need to do! However, if you encounter any any problem ( device hang, cannot boot? ) during the process, you can also comment below this post so that we’re able to help you! In the meantime, stay tune for more how to root tutorials coming your way…