Last year I shared with you another deodexed and pre-rooted stock rom for the GT-I9195 variant. Considering its release date, it is using quite an old firmware build from Samsung. This stock deodexed and pre-rooted firmware is based off ML1 and offers pretty much the same features as the one posted last year, except it is based off a newer firmware build.

s4 mini stock rom

The rom was modded by xda member ladislav.heller and appears to be working just fine on the phone. It is the perfect solution for those seeking to deodex their stock rom. It also comes pre-rooted as already mentioned above and uses the custom kernel Vikinger as well as an application that gives you the ability to change your CSC. In a few words, it's a total time saver.


  • Deodexed
  • Rooted
  • Vikinger kernel included with BLN support.
  • KNOX free
  • Based off BML1
Download ROM - Click here.
Download XXUMBL1 Modem (optional) - Click here.


  1. Download the ROM zip file to your sdcard.
  2. Boot into Recovery mode (it has to be a custom recovery such as CWM or TWRP).
  3. Choose wipe data/factory reset (optional, but recommended!).
  4. Choose install zip.
  5. Now select choose zip from /storage/sdcard/1/ (choose zip from external sdcard in older recoveries).
  6. Locate the rom zip file and choose it.
  7. Choose Yes to confirm.
  8. After installation is complete, go back to the main menu and choose reboot system now.
  9. Download this to install Busybox. Then download this to active init.d support (requires that you have busybox installed first).

Hotfix for NFC not turning on

In case your NFC refuses to turn on, you may try renaming the file which is located under /system/lib/hw/ to
Basically you need to change all the upper case letters to lower case then reboot your phone. If that doesn't resolve the issue, then you may download this zip file, extract it, and replace your .so file with the one from the extracted zip, then reboot.

If you are having trouble installing the rom by following the instructions above, then you may watch the video below which shows how to install it, followed by a quick overview and installation of init.d support.


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