How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 with APK

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Hi guys, in this tutorial we have discussed about how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 device with APK.

Please make a note that this method won’t replace the kernel. So if you want to follow this method then you are recommend to flash the safe kernel.

Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000

Pre requisites:

  • We strongly advise you to take backup of all your datas (i.e SMS, MMS, Call logs, APN Settings etc) which was available in your phone. Just in case, you lost your data due to any reason you could recover them with the help of backups.
  • We also advise you to charge your device battery fully. At-least 70% of charge is recommend from our side; to avoid your device getting switched off due to battery low during the middle of the process.
  • Disable or uninstall all the antivirus suites because this may interrupt the process.
  • Enable the USB Debugging option in your device by following the path Settings>Applications>USB Debugging.

DISCLAIMER : Best Android Blog would not be held responsible/liable for any damages that occur to your device by following the given below procedure. So, do everything at your own risk.

Instructions:

  • Once you downloaded, then install the application as routine apk installation and open it.
  • Then Open the Exynos abuse application from app drawer.
  • Select the Root device.
  • It will ask the SuperSu permission to you allow it to do that.

Galaxy Note-apk-1

  • Now, your device is rooted, for security purpose you are requested to disable the exploit. Please make a note that this may disable the camera but unchecking disable exploit make it working again.

Galaxy Note-apk-2

  • Open the SuperSu from app drawer and update binary.

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  • If you want to unroot your device then open the exynos abuse app, uncheck disable exploit and select it to unroot device.

Galaxy Note-apk-4

  • Finally restart your device and wait for 10 minutes and then you can check status.
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