Have you made your mind to make most out of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 and wanted to root it then you are at right place. After rooting your Galaxy Note 2 you can be able to customize your device and extract most out of your device. Before proceeding to root your device go here and have some awareness about rooting in Android. If you already know what rooting is then you can continue reading below.
To avoid any damage to your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 let’s have a quick look at some of the pre-requisites listed below. And make a note that this process is applicable to only Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean XXUEML2 firmware. If you want to update your device to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean XXUEML2 firmware then go here.
- Make a backup of all your data on your device to avoid any loss of data while rooting your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100.
- Enable USB Debugging on your device from the path “Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging”.
- Charge your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 to at least 75%, to avoid bricking of your device while rooting.
Disclaimer: We should not be held liable or responsible in any manner for any damage caused to the device. Proceed at your own risk!!! And also make sure this rooting process in not applied to the Network Locked devices.
Procedure to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean XXUEML2 Firmware:
- Download the Rooting Package and the Odin software to your PC.
- Open the Odin in your PC and extract the Rooting Package, and power off your device.
- Now enter into Download Mode by pressing “Volume Down + Home + Power Button” simultaneously until you see the warning message saying press Volume Up to enter into Download Mode. Now press Volume Up and enter into Download Mode.
- Connect your Galaxy Note 2 to PC using the Samsung’s original data cable. Now you will see that your device is listed in Odin under ID:COM.
- Now click on PDA in Odin and select the rooting package which you have downloaded earlier and extracted.
- After selecting the rooting package click on Start and wait until you see PASS message in Odin, now you will notice that your device will reboot automatically.
- Make a note that the first boot may take about 5-6 minutes, so be patience and let your device boot successfully.
- If you want to check whether your device is successfully rooted or not then you can use the Root Checker App from Play Store.