Samsung How to Root

How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4

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Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the best smartphone on the market with cool design and awesome features and more stylish of the future model, but if you want more effective and better performance then root will be required, fortunately in the international Exynos version of Galaxy Note 4 has been rooted, as well the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-G910C root quite easy.

Fore root Galaxy Note 4 was achieved by recognized XDA contributor, chainfire, who has had a great experience in the past by rooting the unreleased devices, Rooting allows you to gain administrative access to the Android sub-system. Currently, the chainfire’s CF-Root is the only way to root a Galaxy note 4.

Important for installation

The device charge at least 50% and don’t turn off the device during with the rooting process.

Click on setting find the developer options and enable USB Debugging option.

Download the suitable Samsung USB drivers for the device download here

Back up your important data and proceed.

After you cover all the above steps, then proceed with the rooting process. And if you have no previous experience rooting your device, don’t worry the chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root package has been created for beginner users. Then the entire rooting process can be done sample within a short interval of time.

Installation Steps

Step 1: Download CF-Auto-Root for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910C version and connect the device to your PC here

*if you have another variant of the Galaxy Note 4 that is supported by CF-Auto-Root then you download the specific package from here

Step 2: After download, unzip the file and make sure you see the.Tar. md5 file

Step 3: Then disconnect the phone form the PC and start the Odin 3-vX.X.exe.

*if you haven’t, then download here

Step 4: Now click on the PDA button and select the .tar.md5 file before you unzipped,

Step 5: Then turn off your phone, and then VolDown+Home+Power buttons hold at the same time and boot onto download mode for proceed

*if asked for press to proceed button, then press the listed button or run adb reboot download command

Step 6: Now connect the phone to your PC and make sure Repartition is NOT checked. If it is not, then click on the start button and wait for android boot

*If everything went well, then your device should be rooted.

Step 7: Now check your device the CF-Auto-Root package is install the custom recovery and SuperSU to your device

And then revert to the stock Samsung kernel and recovery, once the device reboots and your root has been successful.

Keep enjoy all benefits of the rooted device.

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