Here’s How to Root Samsung Galaxy S4 (AT&T) Running Android 4.3

Samsung put out the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean build (MK2) for the Samsung Galaxy S4 to address stability issues from the previous build. As every Galaxy S4 user needs this update, and there is no doubt that they are searching of a rooting tool to unlock their new firmware.

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Have you updated your Samsung Galaxy S4 (AT&T) to the latest Android 4.3 Jellybean build MK2 and got root access? Here is a step by step guide to root Samsung Galaxy S4 (AT&T) Build MK2 and you will gain root access on your device. After rooting your device, you will be able to install flash custom recoveries, root only apps and much more.

1. Before Getting Started:

i. Remember that rooting you device will void the warranty. But, you can reinstate the warranty by of your device by unrooting if there’s any unrooting procedure available.

ii. Appropriate drivers of your device should be installed on your PC. Or if you don’t have, then click here and get the drivers installed.

2. Download Root Package Files:

i. Download the Root Package

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How To Root Samsung Galaxy S4 (AT&T) Running Android 4.3

Step No 1:- First of all download and keep the Root Package archive on the desktop of your PC.

Step No 2:- Now after downloading the Root Package, extract files from the archive there.

Step No 3:- Now Turn ON your device in USB Debugging Mode by going to Menu -> Settings-> Developer options-> USB debugging.

Step No 4:- Now its the time to Plug your Samsung Galaxy S4 to your PC via USB cable.

Step No 5:- Double-click on install.bat file available on your Desktop.

Step No 6:- When you double-click on install.bat, It will start rooting your device, and it should not take too long to complete the process.

Step No 7:- Reboot your device, once the process has been finished and once you rooted.

Step No 8:- Done! Your device is now rooted.

Awesome! You have successfully rooted your Android 4.3 (MK2) and now its a time to start installing root-only apps and custom recoveries.

If you have any question or problem regarding rooting during this process, feel free to tell us in the comments area below.