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Default Galaxy S4 problem with saferoot

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I wanna change CSC on my S4. Oryginally i have PLS so i wanna chante to XEO (Poland no brand). When I wanna root my phone i have got this message (look at Thumbnails)). Whats wrong?. I Have XXUENA4. How can I saftly root this phone?.
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Saferoot no works with latest firmwares. You can try other methods or simply use Chainfire's method voiding ur warranty (KNOX 0x1): HERE

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Hello
I wanna change CSC on my S4. Oryginally i have PLS so i wanna chante to XEO (Poland no brand). When I wanna root my phone i have got this message (look at Thumbnails)). Whats wrong?. I Have XXUENA4. How can I saftly root this phone?.
I see that you have a problems in reading with understanding, huh? You definitely were not at school when your language teacher was asking what Norwid or Slowacki would like to say by writing this, therefore, you are unable to interpret this (from your screenshot):

setsockop( ) failed: bad address
this device is not supported


Try kingo root, if you are not scared by potential IMEI and other data leak.
Or, you can use chainfire's method (but it would trigger your knox).
HTC HD2 (still alive and kicking), I9000, I9300, I9505
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