Qualcomm-based Samsung Galaxy S4 models now have root

Qualcomm-based Samsung Galaxy S4 models now have root

If you’re a hacker / cracker / modder / rooter, then you’ll be interested in hearing this. Now that AT&T and Sprint are carrying the Samsung Galaxy S4, XDA user djrbliss has come up with a root method for the S4 on these carriers. The mod only works on Qualcomm-based S4’s. The tool, which was initially used for Motorola devices, has been reported to work flawlessly on these phone models.

Be sure to hit up the source below for instructions and full details. As always, AG is not held responsible for any damage to your device, software, hardware, or personal nightlife. If you give this a shot, let us know how it goes in the comments.

via xda

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6 Comments

  1. Been there
    April 29, 22:56 Reply

    Yes, but Qualcomm drives it’s employees to commit suicide while working so hard to do any of this high technology. TWO employees have done so off of Bldg. WT.

  2. EddyBrooklyn
    April 30, 12:10 Reply

    Anything reliable out yet for rooting T-Mobile’s S4?

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