An Android terminal will not work at 100% until we make it to the root access to all the different options offered, as well as use permit applications requiring SuperUser or install Xposed Frameworks. That and more, we offer a guide on how to root a Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
WARNING: Make root carries a risk, if the procedure is not followed correctly, maybe your device is completely useless, what is commonly called brick. It is highly advisable to make a copy or backup data. Neither AndroidPIT nor are we responsible for errors or problems on your terminal.
Besides downloading files mentioned above, to perform root activate USB debugging mode. We must go to Settings -> General -> About device and click repeatedly on Build number. If we return to the General tab discover a new menu called Options developer. In it we mark the box USB debugging.
Also need to have a USB cable and fairly battery (over 50%) to keep the process moving.
Root Galaxy Note 4
- Samsung installs the drivers and make sure that the PC recognizes our device.
- Unzip the file CF-Auto-Root.zip you downloaded until you stay a tar.md5 file extension.
- Start Odin v3.10 and click the Reset button.
- Starts Note 4 in download mode (volume down + home key + power key), and connect it to PC via USB cable.
- The program then should look like in the picture below, the key being Added sure your phone is synchronized with the program.
- Click on PDA and choose the file tar.md5 appeared to decompress CF-Auto-Root.zip.
- Click Start and begin the process of root.
When the process is complete, usually restart the terminal and the root will be finished.
If you want to check that everything worked well, you can use the Root Checker application. Now it tap root access to the phone.Enjoy it! Any problems, leave a comment and I’ll give you a hand.