Galaxy S4 TD-LTE SPH-L720T is about to join the ranks of rooted devices. And when it does, your smartphone will benefit from a diverse array of novelties. Their impact is going to be big, making the handset perform so much better.
After your gadget practices on root access, its list of features will get plenty of new additions. And they aren’t the only ones to be added. Via SRSRoot, the device will last more in terms of battery life; and its 1890 MHz processor will perform better. On-board your smartphone is this OS: Android 4.3. But this doesn’t matter to our rooting app; this dedicated tool is going to give its best with every Android variant. Before moving on to other novelties, know this: the app’s free.
The benefits of this method
The SRSRoot will also work if you want to unroot the SPH-L720T one day. Before you root it with our guide, choose a Build ID. It can be any version you want. Our personal pick was this: JSS15J.L720TVPUAMK5. The app comes with a long list of new features. It doesn’t deliver these, though: bloatware or security problems. It will, however, povide your handset with root-only apps. Apart from the already mentioned battery tweaks, there are also customization options to expect from the SRSRoot. Powered by an SRS Server, today’s freeware includes these: admin and superuser permission. Custom ROMs will soon follow, too. And you get to use the app on a wide number of gadgets.
No device is ever safe when it comes to a rooting procedure. What happens when your own gadget goes through that: the warranty’s revoked. Losing it shouldn’t worry you too much. A dedicated tutorial will help with its restoration. Before you root the Samsung SPH-L720T, you need to know what’ll happen if you ever add an update firmware on it. Should the upgrade be performed, the handset’s system partition is going to be erased. Root access will be revoked afterwards. These are both kept from harm: internal and external SD cards as well as majorly important data.
We ask you to begin the procedure by delving into these important tasks:
- download USB drivers on the laptop you’re now using (the download link is this one);
- install them on that device after they’re downloaded there;
- make sure no the security program is currently working on your phone;
- the handset needs to go through the rooting with a charged battery;
- security breaches are best avoided if you back your phone up;
- next, do a full NANDroid backup for the same handset;
- the smartphone has a USB Debugging option which must be turned on;
- disable, on the laptop, the security programs that this device is equipped with;
- your laptop must have Windows pre-installed as an OS.
Step by step instructions
The Galaxy S4 SPH-L720T is ready for action. The steps below are the ones that, once performed, will deliver root access. So here we go!
- Our introductory step needs this from you: open, on your laptop, this website. Once the latter is open, click on its download button. That’s how you get the SRSRoot downloaded on the laptop.
- From here on, you need to install the app. Next, open it on the same device it’s currently flashed on. After doing this, you will be required to enable some options.
- The first of the bunch is Menu. Now turn on Settings, followed by this: Unknown Sources. The location of the latter is under the Settings option. You may have forgotten to tap, above, the USB Debugging option. You can enable it right now.
- If the previous action’s already been accomplished, you will be asked to use the phone’s USB cable for our next step. With this cable, the handset and laptop will smoothly enter a connection phase.
- After they are plugged to one another, the Samsung SPH-L720T will be ready for the rooting. Proceed to it via this operation: turn on Root Device (All Methods) by tapping it.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]The rooting is begin at once. You now need to wait around 14 minutes. If 15 minutes are over and nothing’s happening, redo the steps to solve this issue.
- Those of you who don’t have the latter can reboot their device. Which is something done by enabling Reboot System Now. After the handset comes back to life, you need to make the most out of your device’s newest stuff.
You may think of the root access as unnecessary. Should that be your opinion, the SRSRoot is more than happy to revoke it for your benefit. If there’s ever a time you run into problems because the rooting, our comment section is at your disposal.
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.