Galaxy Note 2 CDMA SCH-N719 has a great opportunity coming its way. What we propose is a rooting. The procedure we want to introduce in this post is all kinds of useful!
Here we are with another rooting tutorial. Only this time we’ll use SRSRoot on your phablet. If you’ve heard only good things about getting root access, this is the app which you should use. It should first be said that the app comes to you for free. As such, feel free to make the most out of it without worrying about download costs!
The benefits of this procedure
Released back in 2012, your smartphone is a model running this OS: Android 4.1.1. This version won’t face deletion; in fact, none of the Android variants ever launched gets erased if this dedicated tool is used. Actually, your phone is not the only gadget compatible with this app; loads of devices can host it without worries. This is the CPU boasted by your handset: 1600 MHz; you’ll soon end up with a faster device thanks to the SRSRoot. There are zero security problems to be expected from this app.
Powered by an SRS Server, the app delivers admin / superuser permission; and it also brings custom ROMs. Root-only apps are available, too; as are new features. A series of customization and battery options are offered by the same app. Bloatware will be missing from the Galaxy Note 2 SCH-N719, too.
If you want to bring root access, a Build ID is needed. Our tutorial was performed with this: JRO03C.N719KEAMA5. The SRSRoot works just as well with a different ID. Unrooting your phone is also a possibility. But if you use this freeware for a rooting, your product will lose its warranty. As soon as that situation appears, you can solve it quickly. Do it by searching for a guide online; this will tell you exactly how to revoke the warranty. Make sure the guide you find matches your handset’s model.
The following is important if the Samsung SCH-N719 gets an update. Once your device has gone through this procedure, it will be wiped of its root access. The phone’s system partition will follow suit. The damage will elude the following: internal / external SD cards, data and other content of major importance.
A bunch of requirements is needed now. They will allow you to better perform the rooting. As such, see to the following:
- your laptop has USB drivers downloaded (from here) and installed on it;
- check on the handset’s battery level (if they’re low, the phone must be fully charged);
- create a bunch of backups for the well-being of your handset’s content;
- perform, next, a full NANDroid backup;
- the smartphone you want rooted needs to have its security software turned off;
- each of the laptop’s security programs have to be disabled as well;
- USB Debugging must be activated on the smartphone;
- your laptop has to run Windows.
Step by step instructions
To get the rooting started, some necessary steps should be performed.
- The first of them advises you to download, on your laptop, this: the SRSRoot. As soon as are on this particular location, you will come across a download button.
- This is located on that page to be clicked on; do that, then wait till the app’s downloaded on the laptop. Once it is, you’ll have to proceed to this step: flash the app and open it.
- After each of these tasks has been performed, you can enable Unknown Sources. The option that has to be tapped like this is located under your phone’s Settings.
- USB Debugging has to be the next option you turn on. But if you’ve done it already, go and take a hold of the handset’s USB cord. This tool is needed for the creation of a connection between the phablet and laptop.
- Your devices will be plugged to each other in the next couple of minutes. Then, when a connection’s provided, you should make sure to start the rooting.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]In order to debut this process, tap Root Device (All Methods). A waiting period of around 15 minutes will be enough; should more than this quarter of an hour is required, simply redo all of the previous steps.
- A rebooting of your Galaxy Note 2 CDMA SCH-N719 is a must now. That should only happen when the rooting’s over. And, to start the smartphone again, you need to tap this: Reboot System Now.
There’s nothing more to it than to take in all of those rooting advantages. Play with each of the novelties; then, if something feels weird about the root access, just use the SRSRoot and watch as your handset gets unrooted!
This guide has a comment section attached to it. You can use it if you want to ask us something about today’s procedure.
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.