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Easily root your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with CF-Auto-Root

The tool comes with the seal of reliability provided by the fact that it comes from xda-developers, which adds more than 16 million downloads or that has support for more than 80 devices – most of them of the South Korean brand – and different configurations. The novelty that concerns us is that now te will allow you to root your Galaxy Note 3 if you have the model SM-N900 – international version with chipset Exynos -, SM-N9005 – international variant with processor Qualcomm -, SM-N900T – American variant for the operator T-Mobile – and some other models like SM-N900S or SM-N900W8, among others, that have not yet been tested.

Install CF-Auto-Root on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3

At the risk of being tiresome, we remind you once again that you always do this type of action under your responsibility. In the same way, we recommend that you first make a backup of all the information that you have stored on the device because of ‘what may happen’.

Once the rigorous warnings are made, the first step to follow will be download the package corresponding to our model – Be careful and make sure you get the one that corresponds -. If you don’t know which exact model you have, easily check it in ‘Settings / Phone information / Model number’. If your device is a different model, we do not recommend that you go ahead due to the risk that you run brick the terminal – come on, we’d get a nice and expensive paperweight -.

At original thread from xda-developers you can find some detailed instructions of how to carry out the installation, even so, we will try to summarize what steps we must take to get our root Galaxy Note 3 quickly, easily and for the whole family – BricomanΓ­a dixit -.

After downloading and unzipping CF-Auto-Root For the model that interests us, we will disconnect the device from the USB cable that connects it to the computer – which connects it if it was previously plugged in, of course – and we start ODIN. Once inside this tool we click on the PDA button and select the file CF-Auto-Root with extension .md5 that we will have obtained in one of the previous steps.

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in ‘download’ mode – to which we will access by pressing the lower volume button at the same time that we hold down the ‘Home’ button and the power – we will connect the terminal to the computer using the USB cable. If you have carried out all the steps correctly up to here, you will only have to make sure that the option ‘re-create partitions’ – o’Repartition‘- is not activated before pressing the button that will start the interesting part of the operation.

When ODIN has finished his work you will check that the Galaxy Note 3 it will reboot and come back to life with root permissions. In the event that you have followed all the steps and it has not worked for you, we recommend that you review the advice given by the developer of CF-Auto-Root.

Easily root your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with CF-Auto-Root

Source: xda-developers.