Hey, Welcome back! I hope you have updated your Galaxy Note N7000 to XXLT5 Android 4.1.2 Jelly bean and you like it. In that build still there are some apps like Samsung Apps, etc. which are unnecessarily installed and storing precious internal memory because it’s of no use for today’s Android users. And the problem is that you can’t uninstall it normally, to remove stock apps you have to root Galaxy Note N7000. Definitely after rooting your Galaxy Note N7000, you are the administrator of your device and you can do lots more with that. Ready to root Galaxy Note N7000? Then follow the below guide!
The post covers the complete guide on “How to root Galaxy Note N7000 running on XXLT5 Jellybean 4.1.2“. Before going through the whole process (root Galaxy Note N7000), you must read the requirements and a disclaimer.
Requirements to root Galaxy Note N7000 4.1.2:
1. Charge your battery up to 70%.
2. Enable USB debugging. (All apps > Settings > Manage Applications > Development > USB Debugging – check box)
3. Backup your phone data.
4. Install Samsung Galaxy S3 USB drivers from here.
5. Download file to root Galaxy Note N7000.
Easy Steps to Root Galaxy Note N7000
Step 1. Install drivers and extract Odin and Root files on the desktop to root Galaxy Note N7000.
Step 2: Now, switch off your phone to boot it into Odin/Download mode by pressing and holding Volume down + Home + Power Key (long Press), till you see the Android Logo on screen. And then press the Power key to enter download mode.
Step 3: Open the “Odin.exe” and then connect your phone to computer via USB cable. As soon as you connect, ID:COM box in Odin turns light green/yellow color.
Step 4: Now, click on PDA button and select PDA file (.tar.md5) from the extracted folder.
Step 5: Make sure that only F. Reset Time and Auto Reboot boxes are checked on Odin. Don’t check any other boxes.
Step 6: Click on Start button on Odin to start installation process. It will take upto 5 – 8 minutes, so please wait for the installation finish.
Step 7: Finally, you will get PASS! Notification on the ID: COM box and then your device will reboot automatically and now you can unplug your phone from computer.
Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your Galaxy Note N7000. In case, if you face any difficulty in understanding or performing rooting procedure on Galaxy Note N7000, then feel free to contact us via comments and we will try to solve your all the difficulties. Don’t forget to leave your feedback. Do share with your friends and hit “g +1“, if you find this guide useful!