If you plan to buy the note 3, you may also want to root it to expand its field of possibilities. By making the root, you do not lose the Samsung software options, and is ideal to remove pre-installed applications inopportune. With this tutorial you can root the Samsung galaxy note 3 in a few steps.
Note: i am not responsible for bricks and problems that may occur with your device. Do so at your own risk.
Steps To Follow
- For all Samsung Galaxy Note 3 root procedures, we recommend you have at least 30% load, use an original USB cable in good condition and do not handle the same during the procedure, so the USB avoid being disconnected and damage the unit.
- Check if your “reactivation lock” is active. If so, turn off because it will stop the procedure in Odin. To check the status, go to: settings> general> security> lock reactivation. Leave this item unchecked.
- Normally this process there is usually no data loss, but in any case it is highly recommended to make a copy of data or backup. We are not responsible for any problems that may arise in the process. (i did not lose anything on my)
Note: tested on my note 3 sn-9005.
Come on! It is quite simple to do and tried to explain everything to the fullest.