If you are interested to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 3, read this post to learn about the three ways that can help you with the task. We are writing in this post about flashing with Odin, pre-rooted firmware flashed with custom recovery tool and installing SuperSU using custom recovery tool. Read on to learn how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 3!
1. Root your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with Odin:
You can install a pre-rooted firmware - which is basically the original stock Android but already rooted by a developer - using Odin. Follow the regular method of connecting your device with PC, copying the firmware file and selecting the .tar.md5 file from the PDA button of the Odin program. For more about this method, read the guidelines here to flash a firmware file using ODIN - pick the files from the link mentioned below.
This method will work on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE Qualcomm and please note it will void the warranty. Go to this XDA link to find the needed files.
2. The other way - Use the custom recovery!
Galaxy Note 3 can also be rooted using a flashable .zip file. XDA developer DjeMBeY has helped us with the much-needed zip file. You can find the download file on this link. Also, there is a modified, pre-rooted, de-odexed, de-bloated, KNOX-free stock ROM too for you to flash on your Note 3 that could also be installed using the custom recovery tool!
3. The final method - Install SuperSU on Galaxy Note 3 with recovery tool:
You can also download and install Super SU using a custom recovery tool. You'd first need to install a custom recovery like CWM on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3. To download SuperSU, go here! Download it, and then copy the file on your Galaxy Note 3′s memory card. Boot into recovery mode, and select the file to flash SuperSU!
That's about it! Do let us know about your experience with any of these three methods of rooting the Samsung Galaxy Note 3!