How To Root Galaxy Note 4 On 4.4.4

It is now very easy to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 4.4.4. Here are some simple and effective steps to complete this task. You can easily do this by yourself without risking any data loss. Remember, only several variants is capable for it. Firstly, you should preserve the existing contacts and media files by creating backup. This will help you to get them back after the procedure.

A working computer is required to complete the process. You will need to gather some files while running the procedure. Primarily, “CF-Auto-Root” is needed. For SM-N9100, SM-N910C, SM-N910F, SM-N910G, SM-N910H, SM-N910U, SM-N910T, SM-N910T, you can download the file from here:

Before you start rooting, you have to back up all the personal and necessary information from your device.

Extract the “CF-Auto-Root” along with Odin in your computer.

USB Debugging is required to start the task. To enable the option, go to the Settings option of your device. Then click on More and lastly Developer Option. Make sure that it has more than 80% charge left.

The Download Mode has to be enabled too. You can enable it by pressing Power, Home and Volume Down buttons altogether. Then you will need to select Continue option by pressing Volume Up button.

This step is the most important part. You have to connect the device to your computer and run the Odin file. You will see an option “Added” on the screen.

Now click on the PDA option and select the primary execution file from the list in the extracted folder.

Check the options “Auto Reboot” and “F.Reset Time” and uncheck the others. After completing all of these, you can click on “Start” button. Odin will show you the progress.

Finally, Odin will show the option “Pass” when your device completes the task properly. Follow every steps carefully that have been described above. Enjoy the powerful user experience after doing the above!

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How To Root Galaxy Note 4 (Kitkat)