Root Galaxy Note 2 LTE GT-N7105 on Android 4.1.2 XXDMB3 Jelly Bean

With this guide we intend to give you an insight into the mechanics of a rooting operation meant for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE GT-N7105.

Not only that, but also details on what steps to follow by the book and what requirements to abide by before using Android 4.1.2 XXDMB3 Jelly Bean for the procedure.

Requirements

The promised pre-requisites are here: the appropriate USB drivers for this phone must be looked for online and afterwards downloaded on the laptop, sort all the data you think should be saved in the form of a backup or two, charge the battery if there’s not much life left and turn USB Debugging on.

There aren’t many requirements, as you can see, but they are all very important in the grand scheme of things, as crucial as the steps we shall point out below.Galaxy-Note-2-LTE-GT-N7105

Important instructions

  1. These steps are also few, but, like we said, a whole lot important for the success of this guide. Step one doesn’t lose time and says the following from the very start: download CF-Auto-Root on the laptop, then unzip the archive. If a file bearing the name of .tar.md5 is on your comp, then you need to download another file. This one is called Odin tool 3.07.
  2. Step two: extract it, too. Look for Odin tool and then turn the Note 2 LTE GT-N7105 off to be able to access the Download mode. There is no better way to do this than by pressing + holding (simultaneously) Home, Volume Down and Power; after you see a message of warning, you can press Volume Up. And you’ll be in the required mode.
  3. The point of step three is to tell you to run Odin on the laptop and to also advise you the following: make the two devices connect to one another and wait until “Added” appears and a COM number, which is the port and turns yellow. Did you see these two elements? Great, it means the N7105 and the comp have just connected to each other. In case of failure with this step, install the appropriate tablet’s USB drivers again; or you can do this: change the port you’ve used so far. If everything went well, though, simply tap on PDA in Odin.
  4. Choose the CF-Auto-Root-tolte-toltexx-gtn7105.tar.md5 and then check F. Reset Time and Auto Reboot if they aren’t already checked in Odin.
  5. Tap on Start and move on to step five; it will ask this of you: see to it that the flashing goes without problems, then wait for the phone to reboot.
  6. The sixth step should contain the following message: “PASS” with a background painted green.
  7. For the last step, the seventh, you will have to disconnect the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE GT-N7105 from the laptop and see what its rooting brings about.
Posted In How To - By Mihai Mateescu

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