How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)

Samsung has released an upgraded version of Galaxy Note 10.1 with a lot of improvements with the label 2014 Edition. Congrats if you have bought this amazing tablet with a lot of features and specs. The best part of using Android device is that you can customize it according to your needs  but it definitely requires Root access and they you flash Custom ROMs, kernels which optimize improves your device performance. We’ll be using the Odin to flash the CF-Root kernel on your device. Follow the step by step root tutorial to gain root access on your Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014Guidelines and Requirements:

This Root tutorial is only for the following variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 LTE P605
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 WiFi P600
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 3G P601
  1. Rooting your device will voids its warranty, so think before you ink.
  2. Although this process does not wipe or erases data stored on your device but it is a good habit to Backup your data.
  3. Go to Settings> Developers Options and Enable USB Debugging on your tablet. If you’re unable to find the Developers Options then tap down in the Settings tab and Find About Device and tap the Build Number for about 7 times.
  4. Hopefully you’ve already installed USB Drivers or Samsung Kies on your PC.
  5. Before you proceed for the rooting process, check that you’ve got enough battery charge on your device.
  6. Last but not the least, proceed at your own risk.

Downloads:

Depending on the variant of Galaxy Note 10.1 you’re using, Accordingly download the CF-Root Package for it. Down below are the download links for the specific variants:

Procedure: How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Using CF-Root

Step 1: Hopefully you’ve downloaded the correct root exploit for your device. After downloading, Unzip the file on your desktop, You’ll most likely find tar.md5 and Odin file.

Step 2: Hopefully you’ve installed USB drivers on your PC, it is essential to get root access on your tablet.

Step 3: Next, Boot your phone into Download Mode by Pressing and Holding the Volume Down + Home + Power buttons at the same time till you see a warning message on your screen. You’ll be asked to hit the Volume Up to continue into download mode.

Step 4: Once in the Download Mode, Run the Odin3-v1.85.exe and Connect your tablet to PC via the USB Cable.

Step 5: Make sure that Odin has recognized your device and the ID:COM port is yellow or blue. You should also notice Added!! in the message section, which confirms that it has successfully made connection with Odin.

Step 6: Finally, Hit the PDA button and browse the root kernal tar.md5, file and Click on the Start button to begin the rooting process.

Step 7: The process will complete in a few seconds and once it is done, Odin will notify you via the PASS!! message and during this your device will automatically reboots.

Step 8: Congrats!! Your Galaxy Note 10.1 has been successfully Rooted. Check that SuperSU has been installed and to Verify Root Access, Open Google Play Store App and search for ‘Root Checker‘ App. Install and Run it.

That’s it folks, It was an easy step by step root tutorial, Hopefully this has worked for your Galaxy Note 10.1. Do let us know in the comment section and share your experience in the comment section below. If in case you need further support feel free to ask. Find it useful? Well, give us a favor using the below sharing buttons. For More Tutorials and Updates, Do not forget to visit us back.

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