Category: Galaxy S4 Tutorials


How To Install Flash Player on Galaxy S4!

For those of you who want to view Flash videos or play Flash games on your Galaxy S4, you probably couldn’t because Samsung decided to co*k-block you.

Well, there’s a simple solution for that.  Although Flash Player doesn’t work on stock S4 browser, you can get it working easily on 3rd-party browsers like Firefox or Boat browser.


How To Wifi Tether Sprint Galaxy S4 SPH-L720!

For those of you who want to wifi tether on your Sprint Galaxy S4 SPH-L720 without paying Sprint twice for the same internet you already paid for, here’s how to do it easily and get around the dreaded “Hotspot Error” pop-up window.

Before we begin, you will need a rooted Sprint Galaxy S4 with CWM or TWRP recovery installed.

How to Install Custom ROM on Galaxy S4! 52

How to Install Custom ROM on Galaxy S4!

[nextpage title=”Steps 1 through 3″] For those of you who want to install a custom ROM on your Galaxy S4, here’s how to do it using CWM recovery. (TWRP method is nearly identical just different looking menus but I will have tutorial on that too)

Before we begin, you will need a rooted Galaxy S4 with CWM recovery installed.  If you used CWM root method, you have CWM recovery already, if not, install CWM recovery first by following Steps 1 thru 6 here.


How to Unroot Galaxy S4 and Remove Root Completely!

[nextpage title=”Steps 1 through 5″] For those of you who want to unroot your Galaxy S4 and remove root completely so your phone is back to completely stock, it’s pretty easy to do with ODIN and stock firmware.

This is great to get your phone back to stock status for returning your Galaxy S4 for warranty or perhaps you’ve ended up in a bootloop and simply want to get back to stock ROM.


How to Backup/Restore ROM on Galaxy S4 with Root! [CWM Recovery]

After rooting your Galaxy S4 with CWM method, I highly suggest you to make a backup ROM before you start installing a custom ROM or anything else.

What is a backup ROM?

Backing up your ROM will back up your whole system including your apps, app settings, and everything except your personal media such as photos and videos.  Having a backup ROM makes it easy to recover your phone when something goes wrong such as bootloops.