How to Root Samsung GALAXY Note3 in One Click
Since the release of Samsung GALAXY Note3, kingo R&D team has been working on this new model. And finally with the latest version 1.1.0 of Kingo Android Root, GALAXY Note3 has been supported.
Responding to location-specific network demands and requirements, Samsung GALAXY Note3 has adopted two kinds of CPU, just like other flagship models. This time, besides its own Exynos 5420, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 has been adopted as well. For now, the variants of Samsung GALAXY Note3 that are supported by Kingo Android Root are those models equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU and some models equipped with Exynos5420 CPU. Specifically, models as in N9002, N9005, N9006, N9008, N9009, N900W8, N900S, N900K, N900L, N900A, N900T, etc.
- Free download Kingo Android Root and install it on your computer.
- Make sure your device is powered ON.
- At least 50% battery level.
- USB Cable (the original one recommended).
- Enable USB Debugging on your device.
- Internet access with no proxy or VPN used.
- If there is an Emulator running on your PC, turn it off.
Now, let’s root your GALAXY Note3 with Kingo Android Root.
1. Connect your device to computer via USB cable.
2. Device Driver Intsallaion
Kingo Android Root will automatically check device driver for your device. If it wasn’t previously installed on your PC, it will download and install for you. It should take a few minute depending on your network. Once driver is successfully installed, the program will establish connection with your device.
3. Enable USB Debugging Mode
You must Enable USB Debugging Mode before you proceed. In case you don’t know something about USB Debugging, Kingo Android Root provides you detailed instructions on how to enable USB Debugging on various Android versions respectively. All you need to do is to follow the images showed on interface and do exactly as shown. Once enabled, the interface will turn to one with your device model, root status and notifications on it.
4. Read the notifications please.
Please DO Read Root Notifications Carefully. There will be 3 short notifications about rooting shown on the interface. DO READ THEM BEFORE PROCEED. If it is not detailed enough for you, go to the relevant page on our official website www.kingoapp.com. Make sure you’ve got the whole picture of the pros and cons of android rooting.
5. Click ROOT to start.
Click “ROOT” button when you finally make up your mind to Start Rooting Process. Once started, DO NOT TOUCH, UNPLUG, OPERATE YOUR DEVICE IN ANY WAY. Stable connection must be well ensured.
6. Click FINISH to let your device reboot itself.
In most cases, you will get the message that you’ve successfully rooted your device. HOWEVER, IT IS NOT OFFICALLY OVER. You need to click “Finish” and wait for your device to reboot itself. HERE, DO NOT TOUCH, UNPLUG, OPERATE YOUR DEVICE IN ANY WAY.
7. Grant Superuser permission.
After your device reboots itself, Kingo Android Root will again establish connection with it. Normally, you will get a window on your device to grant Superuser permission. If it shows, which will be notified by the program, please go to your device and manually “Grant” it.
8. Congratulations, your device are now rooted.
Finally, it will enter into an interface which looks exactly like the very first time you connect you device to Kingo software, only the ROOT Status now shows YES.
NOTE: Kingo Android Root also offers you a one-click way to remove root from your device. Click “Remove Root” if that is what you want.