Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is a new rock star which was launched few weeks ago and surprisingly, it’s up for the development and now you can root your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the easiest manner. Galaxy Note 8 is also known as Galaxy Note 510 in certain markets and never mind if you could see the name as “Note 8” in the phone settings. Both versions are same and you can root the device in both cases. Here we are going to write the tutorials to Install CWM Recovery on Samsung Galaxy Note.
By the way, Galaxy Note 8 is an advanced tablet which is mainly built to play games, listen to music and to watch high quality HD videos in high demand on-air streaming. It’s providing 2G, 3G and 4G LTE support and hence you can taste high speed internet accessibility on the go, wherever you are.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is pre-installed with Android OS, v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) and definitely there are tons of manual firmware updates available on the ground, which we will be discussing on upcoming posts. Here, our task is to break the restrictions and gain root access over your Galaxy Note 8 in the simplest method, hence the term – easiest rooting method.
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Requirements to Install CWM Recovery on Samsung Galaxy Note
- Allow “Unknown Sources Installation” as follows, Setting ->Security -> click Unknown Sources
- Make sure you have charged your battery for at least 60 %.
- Enable USB debugging mode via Settings> Applications> Development> Android Debugging.
- Make a backup of your important files with an app or syncing with Google accounts, DropBox etc.
Rooting Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – Installing Root App
- First and foremost, download FramaRoot App from Here. Now copy the app and move it to your SD-Card and install on the device. After installing, install Super User and then choose “Aragorn” method.
- Now install latest version of BusyBox from PlayStore from HERE.
You have successfully rooted your device with the above method and it’s time to have a recover on your Galaxy N 8.0. We are installing CWM recovery as it’s the most convenient recovery system for tablets.
Installing CWM Recovery on Samsung Galaxy Note 8
This is little tricky, but don’t worry. There are 2 options to install CWM recovery on your Note 8. Either via direct Odin method or via CWM flash-able ZIP method. Both works fine but we recommend you to follow the the one which you find easy and here’s how you can install CWM .
- Download CWM file from Here or Here and copy to your root directory.
- Download Latest Odin from Here and install it on your computer.
- Open Odin and let it awake. Now switch off your Galaxy Note 8 and enter to Download Mode by pressing Volume Down+Home and Power buttons simultaneously. Now attach your device into computer via USB cable and let it detect by the Odin.
- If you have installed proper drivers for your device, the ID:COM section of Odin will turn yellow in color. If not, just re-install the tab drivers via Samsung Kies.
- Click on PDA button and choose the CWM file which you have downloaded above and start the process.
That was it and you have installed the most famous custom recovery, aka ClockWorkMod on your Samsung Galaxy Note 8. You can check the recovery as follows. Hold down the Home+ Vol Up’ buttons and press the ‘POWER’ button for about 5 seconds to enter Recovery Mode.
You can also see the rooting Video here to get a rough idea before rooting Galaxy Note 8. Click Here
Software Credits : XDA forums
Here you have rooted your stunning Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and completed the steps to Install CWM Recovery on Samsung Galaxy Note along with that. Using this custom recovery, you can install latest 3rd party custom ROMs apart from the official firmwares, thus you have now broken the limitations and ready to fly. Happy rooting and do let me know if you found any step hard.