Root Your Galaxy Note 9 (Exynos Version) SM-N960U Root Tutorial
This guide will show you how to root sm-n960u your Galaxy Note 9 (Exynos Version) SM-N960U. The guide is designed for beginners, so even if you’ve never rooted a phone before, you should be able to follow along without any problems.
Before you begin, there are a few things you’ll need to do in order to root your Galaxy Note. First, you’ll need to make sure that your device is running on the Exynos processor. You can check this by going into Settings > About phone and looking at the “Processor” section. If it says “Exynos,” you’re good to go.
Next, you’ll need to enable Developer Options on your device. To do this, go into Settings > About phone and tap on the “Build number” section seven times. You should see a message saying that Developer Options have been enabled.
Finally, you’ll need to install the proper drivers for your device on your computer. You can find these drivers online or in the included CD that came with your device. Once you have the drivers installed, you’re ready to move on to the next step.
Downloading the Necessary Files
Before you can root your Samsung Galaxy Note, you will need to download a few files. First, you will need to download the Odin software. This software is used to flash firmware onto your phone. You can find the Odin software for your Galaxy Note on the XDA Developers website.
Next, you will need to download a custom kernel for your phone. A custom kernel is necessary for rooting your phone. You can find a custom kernel for your Galaxy Note on the XDA Developers website as well.
Finally, you will need to download a root file. This file contains the code necessary for rooting your phone. There are many different root sm-n960u files available for the Galaxy Note. You can find a root file on the XDA Developers website or on another Android forum.
Once you have downloaded all of the necessary files, you are ready to root your phone.
Flashing the Firmware
In order to root your Galaxy Note (Exynos version) SM-NU, you’ll need to flash the firmware. This can be done using Odin, which is a tool designed for flashing firmware on Samsung devices.
Once you’ve downloaded Odin, you’ll need to extract the zip file and run the Odin3 v3.07.exe file. Next, you’ll need to boot your Galaxy Note into Download Mode. To do this, turn off your device and then press and hold the Home + Volume Down + Power buttons simultaneously.
Once your device is in Download Mode, connect it to your computer using a USB cable. Odin will now detect your device and show a “Added!” message in the log window.
Click the “AP” button in Odin and select the CF-Auto-Root-xxxxxx.tar file that you downloaded earlier. Make sure that the “Auto Reboot” and “F. Reset Time” options are checked in Odin, then click the “Start” button to begin flashing the firmware.
Once the firmware has been successfully flashed, your Galaxy Note will reboot automatically and you will be rooted!
Booting into Recovery Mode
In order to root your Galaxy Note, you will need to boot into Recovery Mode. To do this, first turn off your phone. Then, press and hold the Power button, the Volume Up button, and the Bixby button all at the same time. Keep holding these buttons until you see the Samsung logo appear on the screen. When you see this, release the buttons and immediately press and hold the Volume Down button. Continue holding the Volume Down button until you see the recovery mode menu appear on the screen.
Once you are in Recovery Mode, use the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons to navigate through the menu and select “Wipe data/factory reset”. Confirm your selection by pressing the Power button. This will erase all of your data and restore your phone to its factory settings.
Now that your phone is wiped, select “Reboot system now” from the recovery mode menu. Your phone will reboot and it will be rooted!
Rooting the Device
Rooting the device means giving yourself full administrator privileges and access to the system. This gives you the ability to modify or delete any file on the system, as well as add or remove any software or hardware.
Before you root your device, it is important to understand the risks involved. Rooting your device voids your warranty and may cause your device to become unstable or even unbootable. It is also important to note that rooting your device will trip the KNOX counter on your device, which will prevent you from using certain features, such as Samsung Pay.
With those risks in mind, if you still want to root your Galaxy Note SM-NU, here’s how to do it:
First, you’ll need to download and install the Odin tool on your computer. Odin is a tool that is used to flash firmware onto Samsung devices.
Next, you’ll need to download the appropriate rooting file for your device. The rooting file will be in a .tar format. Once you have downloaded the file, extract it using an archive utility such as 7-Zip.
Now that you have extracted the rooting file, you’ll need to open Odin on your computer and click on the “AP
Rooting your Galaxy Note 9 (Exynos version) is a great way to get more control over your phone and customize it to your liking. However, it’s important to note that rooting does come with some risks, so be sure to research everything thoroughly before proceeding. Our root tutorial should help you get started, but if you have any questions or run into any problems along the way, feel free to post in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to help you out.