This Android Root software could help you Root Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6/S7 all in one click.
How to Root Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6/S7 with One Click
Step 1 Connect your Samsung Galaxy S4 to PC.
Step 2 Click Toolbox tab. In the Other Tools section, click One-click Root to root and get full-control of your Samsung Galaxy S4. Read the warning message and click Root to start the process. Please wait while TunesGo Android Root is getting root access. Be patient, because it can take a while.
Want to root your Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6/S7? You're at the right place. This guide will walk you through the full rooting process using Odin and CWM.
Before you root your Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6/S7, you need to know things below:
1) This guide is only for Galaxy S4 (GT-I9500). If you want to root other Android device, you're at the wrong page. Please kindly search for your device model in our website.
2) Rooting your device voids your phone's warranty.
3) Back up all data on your device as a precause, to prevent data from losing.
4) You're doing it at your own risk.
Next, let's check how to root your Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9500) step-by-step.
Step 1. Turn off your phone, and press down the Volume Down + Center Home +Power buttons simultaneously for about 5 seconds.
Step 2. When the warning screen appears, release all buttons, and then tap the Volume Up button to enter the ODIN Download mode.
Step 3. Now get your Galaxy S4 connected to the computer with a micro-USB cable.
Step 4. Next, download cofface_I9500_cwm_recovery_en_new. ClockworkMod is currently available for GT-i9500, Sprint SPH-L720, and T-Mobile SGH-M919 models (We'll keep updating this page if there are ones stable for other models).
Step 5. Unzip the file of Odin3v185 after you download it on your computer, and run the odin3 v1.85.exe file by double-clicking on it.
First, check the yellow highlighted box. If you don't see it, you need to install the Samsung usb drive that you've downloaded earlier, by double clicking on the Samsung USB drivers EXE file. Then disconnect and reconnect your phone to the computer. Now you should see the yellow highlighted box.
Now tick off the PDA and browse to the CWM recovery you downloaded earlier (cofface_I9500_cwm_recovery_en_new.tar), and then click the Start button to begin flash CWM recovery to your phone. This will flash a custom CWM recovery to your Galaxy S4 and your phone will reboot.
When you see PASS! (shown in step 4), it means that everything went successfully.
Step 6. When you phone finished rebooting, you can copy the SuperSU zip file (CWM-SuperSU-v0.99.zip) you downloaded before to your phone. It can be pasted anywhere on your Galaxy S4. You'd better create a new folder for it on your phone.
Step 7. Switch off your phone, and then hold down Volume Up + Center Home + Power buttons together.
Step 8. When the Samsung logo appears on your phone's home screen, you can release the Power button, but keep holding down Volume Up + Center Home buttons.
Step 9. Once your phone is in CWM Recovery, choose “install zip from sdcard” and tap the Power button.
Step 10. Next, choose “choose zip from sdcard” and tap the Power button again.
Step 11. To continue, choose “0/” directory and hit the Power button.
Step 12. Then find the SuperSU zip file that you copied over to your phone earlier and hit the Power button.
Step 13. Choose “Yes” and hit the Power button.
Step 14. This will install su binaries and SuperSU superuser app on your phone. This essentially “roots” your Galaxy S4.
Step 15. When the "root" is over, you can see "Done!". Then return to the main menu and choose “reboot system now”, and hit Power button. Your Galaxy S4 will reboot.
Step 16. Once your Galaxy S4 is rebooted, you should find SuperSU app in your app drawer.
Step 17. Click to run the SuperSU app once and update the binaries.
Step 18. You can verify you have full root by downloading and opening rooted app like Titanium Backup app (which I highly recommend for backing up/freezing/un-installing your apps).
You should see a Superuser request window pop-up! Congratulations, you have fully rooted your Galaxy S4!