AT&T rolled out official Android 5.0.1 Lollipop firmware update for their Galaxy S4 Active I537 smartphone with built number I537UCUCOC6. If you are mentioned phone owner, then you might have received the update but for fear of losing root access, if you are not updating your phone then don’t worry anymore.
In this guide we will talk through all the steps required to root AT&T Galaxy S4 Active I537 on official Android 5.0.1 Firmware. After you gain root access, you will be able to remove bloatware, improve your s4 battery performance and much more freedom which you can’t imagine at the moment.
- Make sure you have a backup of your important data.
- Make sure your Galaxy S4 Active I537 is already rooted.
- Install AT&T Galaxy S4 Active on your computer.
- Last but not least, make sure the battery is fully charged before you proceed to root your AT&T Galaxy S4 Active I537.
- FlashFire APK
- Stock rooted Android Lollipop for AT&T Galaxy S4 Active I537
Steps to Root AT&T Galaxy S4 Active I537 on UCUCOC6 Android 5.0.1 Firmware
Step 1: First of all download the required files.
Step 2: Connect your Galaxy S4 Active I537 to your computer and transfer the I537_OC6_Stock_Rooted_ROM.zip to your phone SD card.
Step 3: Also transfer the Fireflash and install it on your mobile. Once done, open that app and tap on “Agree” to terms and conditions.
Step 4: In app interface, tap the rounder “+” two times to open the “Actions” menu.
Step 5: Tap on the option “Flash zip or OTA” and select “I537_OC6_Stock_Rooted_ROM.zip″. Now Flashfire will scan the file which can take some time.
Step 6: Before proceeding next, make sure the “Auto-mount” option is unchecked under options menu. If it is, then proceed next by pressing the checkmark.
Step 7: Tap the “+” to bring the actions menu and select “Wipe”.
Step 8: Under Options, select all partitions except the internal storage and proceed by pressing the checkmark.
Step 9: In the main menu, re-arrange the “Actions” in the below order. For that, tap and hold an option to drag or arrange that.
- Flash ZIP or OTA
Step 10: Keep the EverRoot and Reboot settings default.
Step 11: At last, tap on Lightning bolt and then OK to start the installation process which can take up to 5 minutes.
If everything went right, your AT&T Galaxy S4 Active I537 should now be rooted with all privileges rooted devices have