Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910W8 Using CF-Auto Root Method
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is amongst the ideal available in the market nowadays. A lot of people have desired to own it as they thought it’d got all that may be real. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is recognised as a significant improvement from Note 3 that has been launched one year ago. The company bundled many new and different options to the new release as well as stay with some features like technology that just served Samsung to be in the best position throughout the world in the marketplace. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a Micro-SIM smartphone which weighs 176 grammes.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 released with the KitKat 4.4.4 version of Android firmware, its user interface modified with Samsung’s custom skin named TouchWiz Nature UX 3.0. However, by early December 2014, it will be updated to the newest version of Android Lollipop.
So if you have picked up Galaxy Note 4 model number SM-N910W8 and now wish to root it to get much of it then here is a step by step guide that how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 model number SM-N910W8 using the Chainfire’s CF-auto root method.
This guide is only applicable to Samsung Galaxy Note 4, model number SM-N910W8 having Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
Before Getting Started:
- Enable USB debugging on your Note 4 by navigating to Settings -> Developers Options.
- Install USB drivers on Kies on your PC.
- Download CF-Auto package for Note 4 from this link.
Steps To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910W8
Step No 1: – First of all extract the cf-root zip package that you have already downloaded from the above link for your Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910W8 containing Odin3 v3.07 and tar.md5 rooted kernel.
Step No 2: – Put your Galaxy Note 4 into the Download Mode. To do so first turn off your Note 4 and then press and hold the Volume Down+Menu+Power buttons altogether for a while until a warning message appears on the screen. Just press the Volume Up key to continue into download mode.
Step No 3: – Connect Galaxy Note 4 to your computer via its USB cable while in Download mode.
Step No 4: – Launch Odin flashing tool, click on the ‘PDA’ button in Odin and choose the tar.md5 rooted kernel file which you have extracted in Step No 1.
Step No 5: – Initiate the flashing process on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 the cf-root package by clicking on the “Start” button, and it will install SuperSU.
Step No 6: – Wait for a while and once completed successfully, the green labelled PASS! A message will be displayed on Odin’s screen, and your Note 4 will be rebooted automatically.
Step No 7: – After restarting, check whether SuperSU is correctly installed or not, simply download and install the Root Checker from the Google Play Store and launch it.
Congratulations! You’ve rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910W8 successfully via Chainfire CF-auto root method running the Android 4.4.4 KitKat firmware.
I hope that you’ve rooted your Note 4 successfully, tell us in the comments area below if you have any question regarding the above guide.