How To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 Running on Android 4.3 XXUEMJ5 Jelly Bean Official Firmware

Are you using Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 smartphone and wanna to root the same? Then check this tutorial.

Before applying this tutorial, make sure your phone is running on android 4.3 XXUEMJ5 Jelly Bean Official Firmware. Because, it might not work on other firmwares. So, ensure about that before you go ahead.


Before Proceeding:

1.Since this is a rooting procedure, it may wipe all your data’s completely, so backup all your data’s.

2.Next charge your Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 smartphone fully, so then you never face any power issues while rooting.

3.Then enable the USB Debugging option in your phone. To enable that option go to “Settings > More > Developer Option”. In case, you cannot see the developer option, go to “About Device” and tap the “Build Number” for around 7 times. It will appear in Settings.

4.Make sure your phone is running on XXUEMJ5 android 4.3 firmware.

5.Install the Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 USB drivers.

Disclaimer :
As always, root the given below procedure at your own responsibility. Before rooting your android phone, you must be aware of both the advantages and the consequences (void of warranty, bricking, boot-loops etc) of rooting.

Procedure to Root the Samsung Galaxy S4 I9500 smartphone:

1.First download the CF-Auto-Root and Odin v1.85 files from here.

2.Once you have downloaded the file extract the same.

3.Next run the Odin and turn off the phone, after that put the phone into the download mode by pressing and holding Volume Down button and Home button simultaneously and then press the power button until you see the construction robot and a triangle appear on the screen.

4.Next press the Volume up button to continue.

5.Then connect your phone to the computer using USB cable and wait for few minutes. Once it detects, the ID:COM section will turn into color. In case, the color doesn’t change, plug the USB into another USB port of your computer.

6.Next in Odin, click on PDA button and select the CF-Auto Root file.

7.Then double check the Auto-Reboot and F.Reset Time options are checked and others are unchecked.

8.Click the start button. The installation process will begin on your phone and will take few minutes to complete.

9.Once the installation process is finished, wait for few minutes to reboot, when you see the home screen remove the USB cable.

That’s it! Now, you have rooted your phone. To confirm the rooting process is successful, open the app drawer and check for SuperSU app.

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