As we all know that rooting an Android device provides us with more features and complete control on our device. By Rooting we can remove bloat ware installed on Android device and free up internal storage which in turn increases the speed of your device. We can also experiment with our device to increase its battery life, install mods, Custom ROM’s, Kernel’s etc. if you are curious to know what rooting in Android is and what are the advantage and disadvantages of it then go here and checkout. Once you are done then we can proceed to Root Galaxy Note 3, no matter what version is, just download the suitable rooting package for your device from the links provided and follow the procedure.
- Backup all of your data to a safe location, so that we can recover the data if any data loss has been encountered.
- Charge your device to at least 75%, to avoid it from shutting down in between the installation process, if the device turns off in between the installation process, it may brick your device.
- Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on your device. Check in “Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging”. If you were unable to find the Developer Options in Settings then enable it by taping on Build Number for about 7-10 times.
- Backup your mobile EFS Data from here.
- Download and install USB drivers suitable for your device from here.
Disclaimer: We should not be held liable or responsible in any manner for any damage occurred to your Galaxy Note 3 for not following the instructions properly. So understand the risk involved and proceed further at your own risk.
Procedure to Root Galaxy Note 3 all versions:
1. Download Odin software from here to your PC.
2. Download Rooting package suitable for your device from the below links.
3. Once you have downloaded your desired Rooting package for your device, run Odin in PC as administrator.
4. Power off Galaxy Note 3.
5. Enter into Download Mode. To do so press and hold Volume Down + Home + Power Button simultaneously until you see some warning text on screen. Now press Volume Up as described in warning message to enter into Download Mode.
6. Connect your device to PC using original USB Data Cable, while the device is still in Download Mode.
7. Now in Odin you will see that the ID:COM turns blue and you will see “Added” message in Odin.
8. Now click on PDA or AP and select your desired rooting package which you have downloaded.
9. Now make sure only Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time Options are only checked in Odin and remaining all are unchecked.
10. Once you are all set with all the above steps hit Start, this will start flashing Rooting Package on your device.
11. Once done it will show success message and your device will reboot automatically.
12. Once the device boots up look for SuperSU app in the app drawer.
13. Alternatively you can confirm whether your device is successfully Rooted or not using Root Checker App.