[Guide] Root Samsung Galaxy S4 on Any Carrier (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile)

Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung Galaxy S4 was recently released, even if it is not the best Android smartphone, it is still the most successful one that Samsung has ever created, and if you are looking to root your Galaxy S4 for gaining full system access and do whatever you want and tweak your phone, look no more as XDA Recognized Developer Djrbliss has published a root exploit that is dead simple and works with all Qualcomm processor-based variants of the Samsung Galaxy S4, including the AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, etc branded models.

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Battery Doctor Helps you Automate your Battery-Saving Procedure

Battery Doctor

Ever since the dawn of smartphones, battery life has been the major issue. I mean what is the point of all the power under the hood and amazing functionality they offer if they can’t even run on full power for a single day. While the companies are trying their level best in order to try to optimize the batter life on the smartphones, software developers are trying on their side to come up with applications that will at least let you save some.

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Root Transmission can Root your Device without a Computer

Root Transmission

Rooting is perhaps the best thing you can do to an android smartphone in order to get hold of the massive power that runs under the hood. There are many tools you can use in order to root your phone and while many are simple, there are some that might confuse you a little. Of course, it will be easier for people who are into these things and would often root and unroot their device. It can turn out to be quite frustrating as well. Nearly every android device has a root exploit available and some of them even have an official root application. But this is more than that.

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Greenify Saves you Some Battery and Performance

Greenify

There are instances when you load your device with various different applications rendering the internal and external memory relatively full. That slows down the functionality of your cellphone. Another drawback of these instances is that the battery is eaten rather quickly. Where iPhone users do not experience (or none that we know of) any such symptoms, android users complain of this quite often. There is an application that you can use to get rid of slow functioning after heavy application loading and it’s called Greenify.

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Orange Backup v1.26 is Perfect for all your Backing-Up Needs

Orange Backup 1.26

You must be aware of the fact that Android smartphones are more likely to be attacked by malwares and viruses potentially putting all your important data at risk (please take a look at the antivirus application we reviewed to help you with that). While this is a major problem for Android users there are ways you can help prevent the ‘loss of data’ from happening. You could have a brilliant antivirus application installed or otherwise make sure that your data is always backed up and stored in a safe cloud storage. There is no need for alarm because there haven’t been many reported incidences where loss of data was the problem.

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How to Enable USB Debugging On Android Devices Running Android 2.x, ICS & JB

USB Debugging on Android 4.x

USB Debugging in Android is intended for development purposes only. You can use this development tool to copy data between your computer and your device, install applications on your device without notifications, and read log data. Not just that, it is also necessary for activities like rooting or installing custom ROMs on your device. Even if you are a non-developer, USB debugging will provide you with the level of freedom to access and control your device.

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TWRP 2.5.0.0 Serves as a Fantastic Alternative to CWM

TWRP 2.5.0.0

Majority of the applications that reach the Google Play Store have a lot of hard work gone into them and while you are not aware of the developers and the hardships they have to go through, they certainly do exist. You have seen stuff like theme engines rolling out from nowhere and many different applications that might not appeal to your average Android user but that’s because they are niche applications. One such application is the TWRP that has reached the version 2.5.0.0 now, thanks to the hard working developers over at the XDA.

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Unroot Any Android Device with Universal Unroot

Universal Unroot

Rooting is the key to bring out the maximum potential of your Android powered cellphone. But there are times when you have to bring back your device to its stock system and that requires for you to unroot your device. There are many ways that you can use in order to unroot your cellphone once it has been rooted, but would it not be awesome if there were an application that would literally allow you to unroot any device with just a tap?

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How to Unlock Bootloader, Install Recovery, Root & Flash Custom Rom on HTC One

HTC One

We at Rewrite Tech have put together a quick step-by-step tutorial on how to unlock the Bootloader, install Recovery, Root and flash any Custom Rom on HTC‘s flagship device for 2013, the HTC One (formerly known by the code name M7). You are required to follow each and every step carefully and make sure that you read the tutorial once before actually performing it on you device.

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ROM Toolbox Pro is a Swiss Knife for your Rooting Needs

ROM Toolbox Pro

One of the best things you can do with your android device is root it in order to gain super user privileges and use your cellphone to its maximum potential. There are even applications available that you cannot install until you are rooted. If you are a rooted android user, this particular application should definitely be in your bucket list. It is available at the Android Play Store at a price of $4.99. ROM Toolbox Pro is perhaps one of the most powerful applications available if you are looking to exploit your root privileges. It should be able to do pretty much everything for you – it offers high levels of functionality and features.

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