How to Root Galaxy Note 3 Neo SM-N750
Your Galaxy Note 3 Neo SM-N750 is not too far from a change. This is something which is highly needed if you want to own a superior device. For this, you will be introduced to SRSRoot app. Its pros are many and each of them will improve the phone!
If you ever need to root the phone you’re using, this tool will prove invaluable. The device has an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on it; the app you’ll flash works with it just fine. Actually, the SRSRoot isn’t the kind of tool to delete an OS, no matter the version. This app is free and you should expect no bloatware from it. A Build ID is essential to this rooting; here’s the one we agreed upon: JSS15J.N750UBUANB1. Fortunately, you can always use another Build ID.
The benefits of this procedure
A quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex A7 & dual-core 1.7 GHz Cortex A15 is what the phone’s CPU looks like. The processor will, thanks to the rooting app, deliver faster speeds. Your smartphone’s available as Samsung GALAXY Note 3 Neo 3G SM-N750 and Samsung GALAXY Note 3 Neo LTE+ SM-N7505. The SRSRoot is the sort of app which can also unroot a gadget. There isn’t a limit to the devices that can be rooted via this app.
The smartphone will receive plenty of root-only apps; and there’ll be battery options, too. What won’t be are the following: security issues. The SRSRoot is an app that’s fully powered by an SRS Server. Its presence on your handset means new features, too; as well as customization tweaks and custom ROMs. These are the next additions: superuser and admin permission.
When you’re thinking of grabbing an update firmware, your device’s system partition shall become extinct. The damage won’t extend to the important data. The internal / external SD cards will be safe, too; the system partition, however, won’t. The smartphone’s important content will also be protected. A rooted device will see its warranty revoked. That shouldn’t stop you from getting it back with an appropriate tutorial.
You’ll need to consider some important preparations for the time being. They’re best known as requirements. Here is what they tell you to do:
- download, on your laptop, USB drivers, then have them flashed there (here is where you’ll locate them);
- a fully charged Galaxy Note 3 Neo SM-N750 is what’s needed for this guide;
- you must protect the phone’s data from damage, so create as many backups as you need;
- generate, next, a full NANDroid backup;
- only a laptop with Windows will work for today’s rooting procedure;
- disable the laptop’s security programs;
- disable the security programs that are working on the smartphone;
- USB Debugging has to be activated.
Step by step instructions
As soon as you’re finally done with these instructions, the tutorial can begin!
- We need this action from you for now: download the SRSRoot on the laptop you own. To get to this part, follow this link; it will take you to where the app is.
- When you are on that page, you should start the download by clicking on a download button. As soon as this task is completed, the app will end up where it belongs.
- From here on, flash the root, open it on your laptop and then tap Unknown Sources on the handset. You aren’t sure where this option’s at? Then simply tap Menu, Settings and have a peek under the latter.
- Now turn on, if you haven’t, USB Debugging. But if this is an already activated option, go and provide a connection. That needs to be generated between the SM-N750 and laptop; the best way to do it: with the handset’s USB cord.
- The plugging will be established in a couple of minutes. You have to proceed to the next set of actions after that.
- Here’s our next step: search for Root Device (All Methods). Upon finding it, tap it to start the smartphone’s rooting. You may now start waiting for the rooting to be over.
- That is going to become a thing in about 15 minutes. If at any point you see that the rooting is in need of more time, the rooting will not be successful. In that case, you have to repeat the steps.
- After getting rid of that problem, your smartphone will need a rebooting. The device has to be started again via this action: tap Reboot System Now.
At the end of this phase, your Galaxy Note 3 Neo SM-N750 will finally acquire those novelties. Use them for a bit; if the root access is something you don’t want anymore, let the SRSRoot take it away.
Now that you’re done with the tutorial, you may leave a comment below. Likewise, if you came upon a problem during the rooting, drop your questions in the box underneath.