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How to root Samsung Galaxy X Cover 4s Enterprise Edition (SM-G398F)

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By PaddyWi, Junior Member on 15th July 2019, 10:28 AM
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25th March 2020, 01:36 AM |#71  
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still at the same spot as at the end of the previous post, except rebooting the phone gets rid of root

is there any way to make the phone recognize its full storage and automatically boot into the rooted os, or even clear out any traces of the default restricted os?

Enter the download mode while pressing the buttons AND connect the cable at the same time. After that flash the root-AP. It will work with the newest firmware.
If you want to restore your original firmware make sure you flash the right region code. Otherwise it might fail.
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26th March 2020, 03:28 PM |#72  
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Enter the download mode while pressing the buttons AND connect the cable at the same time. After that flash the root-AP. It will work with the newest firmware.
If you want to restore your original firmware make sure you flash the right region code. Otherwise it might fail.

thank you very much
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