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How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900 on Android 5.0 Lollipop using Odin


Samsung Galaxy Note 3 one of the best smartphone on the Galaxy series, we also know the Samsung adding the new feature every new smartphone, so now in Galaxy Note 3 one of it. In this smartphone many advanced features and better look, such as 5.7” AMOLED display with S Pen stick, 2 MP Front 13 MP autofocus back side camera, 3GB Ram, 32 GB internal storage and 3200mAh battery, and also more advanced features.

Galaxy Note 3 best in performance but if you want to improve and increase your smartphone speed then root your Galaxy note 3 on easy tutorial, so follow the below guideline step by step.

Keep on your mind this root guideline for only Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900, don’t try this tutorial for others device, cause it may be damage by applying this tutorial.

Before starting check the basic requirements.

Basic Requirement

  • Download the Odin tool and install on your computer from here.
  • Download USB drivers and install on your PC from here.
  • Download CF-Autoroot, then unzip and save on your desktop for easy access from here.
  • Download the SuperSu from here
  • Backup your important data and store on the safe location.
  • Before starting the rooting process your charge percentage more than 60%.
  • Enable the developer option just simple setting>about phone>software information> build number and then click on the build number 5 or 8 times then you will be the developer.
  • Now enable USB debugging option simply click on setting>developer option and enable USB debugging.

How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900 on Android 5.0 Lollipop using Odin

Step 1: turn off your smartphone, and then hold the power + volume down + home   button on the same time, for a while

Step 2: Now run the Odin on your computer and connect your smartphone on your PC using USB cable.

Step 3: If the smartphone connect on your PC then the Odin screen will appear a message “added” and the ID:COM section will be turned blue or yellow.

Step 4: On the Odin screen select the “PA” option, then click on the CF-Autoroot file that you download on the previous step and click on the “start” button.

Step 5: Now wait for a while, when the process is completed, on the Odin screen “PASS” message well be appear, and the ID:COM section will turn green.

Step 6: After that, unplug the USB cable and reboot your smartphone.

Step 7: Now put your smartphone in recovery mode.

Step 8: After that, from recovery mode select “install zip from SD card” and then select “choose zip from SD card”.

Step 9: Now you Pick SuperSu from your desktop and start the root file on your Galaxy Note 3, also you download in starting steps.

Step 10: After done, then go to the main menu of recovery mode and select the “reboot system now”.

That’s it, now your Galaxy Note 3 is rooted successfully, keep enjoy the rooted smartphone.

Disclaimer: the below tutorial for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900, if anything goes wrong Smart Guide may not be held to responsible, the user’s should proceed at their own risk and complete understanding.

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