Rooting Galaxy Note 3 Made Easy
Note 3 is of the best Phablets to have ever graced the smartphone era. Although the Note 4 is now sitting on the Phablet Throne, it was the Note 3 that preceeded it. Samsung has made sure that whenever they have given the World a Note Phablet, it has stuck true to its root, and decimated all competition. However, as time progresses, the old phones tend to get a bit on the back foot in terms of the latest technology and specifications, and it’s not very easy for people to indulge in another flagship just to get get back to the present. That is why, many people root their devices in order to expose it to a whole world of customisations. Not just that, rooting also allows you to replace the current ROM on your device with a totally new one with better features. Each device has its own method of rooting , but today, I will tell you how to root the Galaxy Note 3. Also Read – This is Why You Should Root Your Android Device
Before we start, let me remind you – Whatever happens to your phone, is your responsibility. The steps given in the upcoming tutorial are correct to your knowledge, but even then, remember, whatever you do, do it at your own risk.
With the disclaimer done, lets get started –
- Make sure you have all of the pre-requisites I am about to tell you.
- A Galaxy Note 3 with a battery charged upto 80% . Fully charged battery is highly recommended.
- USB Debugging Mode must be enabled. To do this, go to Settings–> Developer Options and check the USB Debugging option
- Make sure you have the USB cable for your device.
- Once you have got all three, Download the Kingo Android Root application on your PC. Get it by clicking here.
- Once the installation completes, Install the same on your PC.
- Connect your Note 3 to your computer using the USB cable.
- The Kingo Root Application will take some time to recognise your device, and might even ask you to perform a few steps to aid it in its endeavour.
- Once the Kingo application detects your device, click on the root option to start the rooting process.
- The process takes about 2-3 minutes, so stay patient, and make sure you don’t unplug your device, or use it for any tasks.
- Once the process completes, you will be asked to click on Finish. Do as requested.
- Once you click on Finish, your device should automatically reboot. Make sure your phone is still plugged to the PC while this happens.
- Once your device reboots, check if the SuperSU app or SuperUser app is installed on your device. If it is, you may unplug your device.
That’s all there is to it. Hope you found the article useful. If you have any other tips or feedback, do let us know in the coments below. Stay tuned for more articles right here.