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[Solved]How to root samsung galaxy s4 active 4.3

I have got a lot of questions regarding rooting Samsung galaxy s5 and Galaxy S4.I have not seen a way online to successful root a Samsung galaxy s4 without bricking the phone . The solution below is not difficult,moreover it is a simple application that is free which will Root your Samsung galaxy s4 active 4.3

These are some of the questions my users had asked:

Rooting my Samsung Galaxy S4 Active 4.3 Will void Warranty?

Yes Your Warranty will be void

Can I Unroot My Samsung Galaxy S4 Active 4.3 after rooted?

Yes You can un- root your Samsung Galaxy s4

How Long it takes to root OR unroot My Samsung Galaxy S4 Aactive 4.3?

It will take approximately 5 minutes to Your Root your Samsung Galaxy S4 with this free application

When will you begin with the process for Christ sake and Stop  answering these questions!?


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How to root Samsung Galaxy S4 active 4.3 kitkat

Follow these steps to  root your Galaxy S4 Active 4.3 Kitkat :

>Download and install Unlock Root Pro, this is a free Rooting software for Galaxy S4

>Put Your phone in USB-Debugging

>>Navigate to settings

>>Click Developers Options

>>Check “USB-Debugging

How to root Samsung Galaxy S4 active 4.3 kitkat

>Connect your Galaxy S4 to the computer via original USB cable

>launch “unlockroot.exe”

>Now, to root your galaxy S4 active 4.3 , Click on the ROOT button.

root your galaxy S4 active 4.

>After, sit back and relax.The Application will take over everything.

>When your  galaxy S4 active 4.3 i rooted.  Reboot your phone.

To verify your Galaxy S4 is successful rooted. look for Superuser app

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