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How to root Samsung Galaxy Note

Step 1: Download PDA.tar [Direct Download] and place it on your desktop for easy access later on.

Step 2: Download ODIN 1.85 [Direct Download]. This is the tool we will use to flash the pre-rooted kernel. Extract the .zip file’s contents using appropriate software (we recommend 7zip). Launch it.

Step 3: Turn off your Galaxy Note. Once it is completely shut down, press and hold Volume Down + Power/Lock buttons until you see a screen that asks you to press Volume Up to continue. Doing so will put your phone in download mode.

Step 4: Your smartphone (or is it a tablet?) will now be detected by ODIN.

Step 5: From ODIN, click on PDA and select PDA.tar file which you downloaded in Step 1.

Step 6: Click on Start to begin rooting procedure. Your device may reboot multiple times; this is normal behavior so there is nothing to be worried about.

Step 7: Once your device is rebooted for the final time, launch Android Market and search for SuperUser [Market Link] and install it.

If you followed the steps correctly, your Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T/TELUS/Bell will now be rooted on Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Go ahead and check out cool root-only apps like Network Spoofer and WiFiKill.

credit to Redmond Pie


April 3, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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