How to Root

Published on October 6th, 2013 | by Tim Schofield


How to Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 [All Variants]

This video will show you how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This will root all variants that have root exploits at the moment. Be sure to select the proper cf-auto root file below. Huge thanks to Chainfire for his fantastic root exploits.

DISCLAIMER: Root your device at your own risk. Using this root method sets current binary and system status to custom. Additionally, it will also trigger the KNOX warranty void status. The KNOX warranty status change is permanent, and a service center may deny warranty based on this flag – even if the other flags are reset correctly. The KNOX flag being tripped may also prevent certain Samsung KNOX features from working (enterprise security features).




SM-N900 (International Exynos):
SM-N9005 (International Qualcomm):

SM-N900T (T-Mobile US):
SM-N900P (Sprint):
SM-N900W8 (Canadia):

SM-N900S (Korea):

SM-N9002 (China):
SM-N9006 (China):
SM-N9008 (China):
SM-N9009 (China, untested):

AT&T and Verizon do not have root exploits yet.


To Unroot your device, see here:

Source: Chainfire

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Tim Schofield

Tim Schofield is the owner of and the YouTube channel QbKing77. He has a love for all things tech and Android!

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