How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 With Chainfire CF-Root

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is one of the nest release in the history of Mobiles. It is a really beautiful Fablet but what is the fun in using such an awesomeness without rooting it. Today we will share with you the tutorial to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 using Chainfire CF-Root. Millions of  Android users made their devices open by rooting them using the Chainfire CF-Root, it has been spread across the Globe, as one of the most succeeded Rooting method, like a spam.

According to XDA Developers, the new irritation if CF-Root also known as CF- Auto Root comes with some key features: bug-fixes for broken cache partitions during rooting, besides fixes for Triangle Away and Mobile ODIN. The CF-Auto-Root is a one-click flash tool which automatically installs root and then returns your device to the stock recovery. This feature comes in handy for installing OTAs and certain DRM-style apps.

              Key Points to Note

  • Rooting your device will void the manufacturers warranty on it. So, if you want to unroot the phone you will have to reinstall or restore the official stock Samsung Firmware.
  • You will need to install Galaxy Note 2 USB drivers on your PC. ( 32bit / 64bit )
  • Verify that the Samsung Kies is Disable, otherwise it can cause problems while rooting the device.
  • You are to proceed on your own Risk, We will not held responsible for any damage to your device.


How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with Chainfire CF-Root Method.

  1. Download Galaxy Note 2 Chainfire CF-Root tool to your computer.
  2. Extract or Unzip the downloaded file. Now you will get the CF-Auto-Root-SGN2.tar file. Launch the Odin.exe file.
  3. Download the Odin3 v3.04, and unzip it to get the Odin3 v3.04.exe file.
  4. Power off your Galaxy Note 2.
  5. Reboot the device into download mode, to do this Press and hold down volume down, power and home buttons together until the screen powers on.Then release all the buttons but keep holding the volume up button to enter download mode.
  6. Upon entering the download mode connect your Note 2 with with your computer using the data cable, Odin should detect the device . ID: Com will turn yellow and message saying ADDED will pop up. ( If odin gets stuck or fails to detect the device make sure that all the drivers are properly installed on your computer).
  7. Click PDA Button and locate  CF-Auto-Root-SGN2.tar from the folder where you copied/extracted the zip files in step 2. Note: leave all options at default, except ensure that re-partition option is checked.
  8. Click Strat in Odin to begin installation, After installation is done you will see a Pass message on Screen.(Note: If Odin fails to install the update or shows FAIL message or gets stuck,close Odin and unplug the device from computer. Pull out battery from the device and wait for a few seconds. Reinsert the battery into the device and reboot into download mode. Repeat the firmware installation steps again.)
  9. After the root is installed , disconnect your Galaxy Note 2 from the Computer.

If you have followed the above mentioned instructions without making any mistake, your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been rooted successfully and is ready to install any root-based app.


Source: Android Egis

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