For those of you who want to root your Samsung Galaxy S4 Android smartphone, here’s how to do it easily using MotoChopper, a root script used on Motorola Qualcomm devices. This root method will work on all Qualcomm-based Galaxy S4 running Android 4.2.2 such as AT&T SGH-i337, T-Mobile SGH-M919, Sprint SPH-L720, Verizon SCH-i545, US Cellular SCH-R970, Canadian SGH-i337M, Rogers, Bell, Telus, and other Qualcomm S4s. For Verizon S4 SCH-i545, you will need to flash a pre-release kernel before following this tutorial and also re-flash stock kernel, Click Here to Read Full Article
Here’s “CWM Method” of rooting your Samsung Galaxy S4. Currently, this root method is only for the GT-i9500, GT-i9505, AT&T SGH-i337, Sprint SPH-L720, and Korean (E300S, E300K, E300L) until we have a stable, working CWM recovery for other models. For GT-i9505, AT&T SGH-i337, T-Mobile, Sprint SPH-L720, and Verizon, you can also use the other root method here. For rooting Sprint S4 on MF9 firmware, Click Here to Read Full Article
For those of you who want to root your Galaxy S4, here’s another root method using TWRP recovery. Why another method? Well, at the time of this video, some models do not have CWM recovery available. But TWRP recovery is just as good as CWM recovery and installation is nearly identical but using different menus. You can always switch to CWM recovery after rooting later down the line if you prefer CWM recovery.