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Thread: Galaxy Note 3 Rooted Prior To Release Via CF-Auto-Root!

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    Galaxy Note 3 Rooted Prior To Release Via CF-Auto-Root!



    Developer "Chainfire" has released his root method for the Galaxy Note 3 prior to release! This will work on international versions and the T-mobile variant, and may work on other variants but has not been tested. CF-Auto-Root is already supported on over 80+ devices. The program roots your phone while keeping it as close to stock as possible. It is also a super easy root method and is considered to be "root for rooting beginners". All you have to do is download the appropriate package, put your phone in download mode, and flash the file in Odin. The Verizon variant SM-N900V is not listed in the original thread. Hopefully support for the Verizon version will come quickly. For a list of compatible devices and file downloads head to the link in the description!


    Originally posted by DroidModderX at Droid Forums
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    Excellent news Wicked - thank you!
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    GSM Galaxy Note 3 (Black) - Straight Stock
    GSM Galaxy Note 2 (Titanium) - Rooted running Jedi X20 Rom
    GSM Galaxy Nexus (Black) - Straight Stock

    GSM Samsung Galaxy S3 (Red) - Rooted running Deadly Venom v8.0.1 Rom

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    Very dangerous Ultradroid, You could lose Multi-Window, you could lose a lot of S-pen functionality, Samsungs 'Motion' controls, Samsungs Docking functionality.

    Worst of all you risk losing your warranty and insurance. Though you can unroot it, there's a lot of other measures you have to take to ensure all traces are removed, as there has been a lot of cases where the carrier has found miniscule traces of rooting and has denied warranty work so be warned people.

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    I don't really care about the warranty. While all of my current phones are 100% stock, My earlier phones were all rooted with custom roms installed. If something went wrong, I fixed it my self or found someone locally to do it. It never occurred to me to send the phone back to the manufacturer or to the carrier (AT&T) to try to get it fixed for free - By rooting it, I voided the warranty - easy enough to understand - and they didn't cause the bricking, **I** did, so since I broke it, I fixed it.
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    GSM Galaxy Note 3 (Black) - Straight Stock
    GSM Galaxy Note 2 (Titanium) - Rooted running Jedi X20 Rom
    GSM Galaxy Nexus (Black) - Straight Stock

    GSM Samsung Galaxy S3 (Red) - Rooted running Deadly Venom v8.0.1 Rom

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