I know many of you have been asking me you want to update your phone to the latest stock firmware. Well, you can do that but on certain models like AT&T Galaxy S4, once you update your firmware to latest MF3, you can re-root it but you will lose the ability to flash CWM/TWRP recovery. Also, using ODIN and stock firmware usually requires using a Windows computer and can be a long process sitting by your computer. If you are not returning your phone back to the store for warranty purposes and you simply want to re-install stock ROM, you can simply re-install CWM/TWRP flash
Since, everyone seems to be asking me if there’s root method for AT&T Galaxy S4 MF3 (and I don’t think I can respond back anymore to the same question over and over again), you can root it using Verizon ME7 root method! For those of you already rooted, I suggest you do not update to the latest MF3 firmware as you will be able to root it but you won’t be able to install custom ROMs as there’s no way to install custom recovery yet!
For those of you using TWRP on your Galaxy S4, please MAKE SURE to update your TWRP recovery to the latest version 2.6 as previous versions do have bugs where custom ROMs may not install correctly. Older TWRP worked fine but on certain custom ROMs, it would freeze during installation or the custom ROM would not boot causing bootloops. I found out this is fixed by either using CWM or installing the latest TWRP 2.6. You can easily update your TWRP by usi
For those of you looking for root for Verizon Galaxy S4 on build VRUAME7, it is now available. UPDATE: This root method also has been verified to work with AT&T Galaxy S4 on MF3! It involves an external microSD card that must be formatted in exFat format (you can do this easily on Windows by right-clicking and selecting format, you should be able to choose exFat as for format type), download and unzip the script, then copy all the files to your microSD card. Click Here to Read Full Article
For those of you who trying the Google Play Edition ROM with Android 4.3, we have some good news, you can now get full root on Android 4.3 thanks to ChainFire. Chainfire has posted a simple zip file you can flash in CWM/TWRP recovery to give you full root on Android 4.3. To root your Android 4.3, simply download the rooting zip file and flash in CWM or TWRP recovery as shown in video.
For those of you having trouble getting full root using CWM or TWRP root method on the GT-i9505, this is most likely caused by SetUID in the kernel. To fix this issue, you can install any custom kernel after installing CWM or TWRP. I do recommend installing Adam kernel by XDA user Wanam, as it’s stock-like yet should gives you better performance/battery life over stock. Download Adam Kernel for GT-i9505 (You can install this using CWM
For those of you who want to unlock SIM on your AT&T or T-Mobile Galaxy S4, there’s an easy way to unlock SIM as outlined by XDA user kaleido. This should work on AT&T Galaxy S4 SGH-i337, T-Mobile Galaxy S4 SGH-M919, and also all Canadian SGH-i337M variants. Remember, unlocking SIM is illegal in the U.S. as of this year, and that is why I cannot make a video tutorial but this method does work well, you can find full step-by-step tutorial at XDA here. However, it is not illeg
In theory, since international LTE model GT-i9505 and T-Mobile Galaxy S4 SGH-M919 share the exact same hardware as AT&T Galaxy S4 SGH-i337, it should be possible to install GT-i9505/T-Mobile custom ROMs on your AT&T Galaxy S4. Well, I tried it today and it works just fine. You will need to install a custom kernel such as KTweaker kernel after installing ROM though to bypass the locked bootloader on your AT&T Galaxy S4. For Canadian SGH-i337M users, you don’t need to install a custom kernel, just install any GT-i9505/T-Mobile custom ROMs and they shoul
CWM Recovery is now available for GT-i9505 users and TWRP Recovery 220.127.116.11 is here (with bugs fixed, now install/restore working flawless). You can check out the latest CWM/TWRP recoveries. And another good news? I got my brand, new GT-i9505 with a broken screen (the LCD would not power on) but I did swap the LCD from my AT&T S4 and works fine. (Yes, they are compatible except you do have to swap out the capacitive button d
For those of you having problems with the latest VPUAMDL firmware, this is because Sprint has added a SetUID restriction on the kernel with the latest update. This can easily be solved by flashing a stock kernel with the restriction removed. MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON VPUAMDL build OTHERWISE THIS KERNEL WILL BREAK THINGS IN YOUR PHONE! After using ODIN to flash CWM or TWRP, boot into CWM or TWRP re