If your Galaxy Note N7000 is running on stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 XXLT6 firmware, then you are probably looking for a suitable root guide. Well, you are in the right place because if you choose to follow and complete the next guidelines you will be able to root your Galaxy Note in a minute. For rooting the Note on official Android XXLT6 ROM you will have to use Odin, so as you can already tell, the steps from below are safe and easy to complete.
But when talking about root procedures, there are the standard pre requisites and general info that must be checked out. Without reading the same you may skip important info and you can also end up in damaging your phablet or in worst scenario you can even brick it. That’s why you should read all the lines from this tutorial, even if you are used with these types of operations.
So, first let’s talk about rooting; you should complete this task if you want to install apps that requires root access (such as CWM recovery or any custom recovery image), if you want to update your Galaxy Note with custom or beta ROMs, if you need to access the internal system of your phablet or if you want to improve the performances. Also, on rooted devices you can flash custom kernels and overclock the CPU for bumping the speeds.
Then, we should talk about the warranty. As you might know, the root operation is unofficial meaning that this tutorial has nothing to do with Google or Samsung. So, as expected, by gaining root access you will void the Galaxy Note N7000 warranty. This is not permanent because the warranty can be restored. For doing that you need to downgrade / reinstall the stock Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean XXLT6 software, or you need to update your Note with an official release of the Android firmware. Take note, on rooted devices you can’t receive or apply OTA updates – you need to manually flash the official ROMs.
And with that you are done in terms of rooting aspects. Now you have to take care of the pre requisites which are recommending: a backup because the Galaxy Note data might get wiped out – save everything that’s stored on the internal storage including EFS and internet settings; enable the USB debugging option on your phablet – you can apply this by taking your phone and tapping “Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB debugging” ; check the battery status: in case there is more than 60% power skip this step, if not charge your Note – you can brick your device if during the root operation it will get turned off; on the computer you will use – a Windows running computer is being required – you need to deactivate the security settings and the antivirus programs.
Good job; you can now safely apply the steps from below for rooting your Galaxy Note N7000 on stock Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean XXLT6 firmware. Apply the tutorial only for the mentioned phablet that runs on the mentioned OS, or else this guide won’t work.
- In your computer the Galaxy Note drivers must be installed; if not choose to download Samsung KIES for automatically flashing the drivers.
- Then, download Odin.
- Unzip the file and install the program.
- Download the rooting package from here and unzip the same on desktop.
- Run Odin on your computer.
- Boot your Note in download mode: first turn off the device, then reboot by pressing on Volume Down, Home and Power buttons.
- Connect your phablet with the computer via USB cable.
- Once the connection establish on Odin there must be displayed the „added” message while the ID:COM section should be yellow or blue.
- If not, try to: close Odin, disconnect the devices and reinstall the drivers; then repeat the root process from step 1.
- From Odin you need to select the root file.
- In order to do so, select “PDA”.
- Next, pick the root file from desktop and click on “start”.
- When the process stops on Odin you should see the “pass” message displayed.
- You can remove the USB cable and reboot your handset.
- If it will get stuck in a boot loop, try to reboot it once more by pressing on Power, Volume Up and Home buttons. In this way recovery mode will be reached; select “wipe data factory reset” and “wipe cache partition” followed by “+++go back+++” and “reboot system now.
- Also, if Odin gets stuck, you need to close the tool and unplug the USB cable. Then, force restart your Note and reinstall the drivers on the computer. Run Odin, reboot your phablet in download mode and repeat the steps from above.
You are done which means that now your Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 on stock Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS has been successfully rooted. You can consider in replacing the stock recovery image with a custom one and also you can update your phablet with a JB 4.2.2 based custom ROM firmware. Don’t forget to contact us for sharing your experience and thoughts as a feedback is always welcomed.