Galaxy Note 3 LTE SM-N900P has a way to outshine its previous performance. All that it needs is a rooting. To achieve that, we present you with our tutorial. It’s not rocket science. So even if you aren’t familiar with this procedure you can perform it any time you want!
For starters, you should go find a Build ID. JSS15J.N900PVPUBMJ4 is the one we felt comfortable with. The rooting app in today’s post is SRSRoot. It gives you the possibility to opt for a completely different Build ID. Not only does it do that, it also works for free on every phone and tablet launched thus far. Your phone appeared in 2013 for the first time. It came with this CPU: 2265 MHz. Alongside it was the following OS: Android 4.3. The operating system in question is one of the many Android versions compatible with the SRSRoot. Also, that processor is going to deliver superior speed.
The benefits of this procedure
You will also be acquainted with a wide variety of new features. Your smartphone will soon contain many root-only apps. Together with these, you’ll enjoy tweaks for longer battery life. The list goes on with the following: admin and superuser permission. You should expect customization options from the app, too. There’s also the occasion of exploring these: custom ROMs. The novelties here and all of those above this paragraph are available via an app that’s devoid of bloatware. Powered by an SRS Server, the SRSRoot app gets to revoke the root access, too. The rooting has no security trouble to burden you with.
You should also be prepared for some disadvantages. The procedure will certainly revoke the warranty from your SM-N900P. Ask for help in order to restore it; there are plenty of posts showing you how to correctly get it back. The right guide must only contain the device model you own.
Another set of issues appears when an upgrade is done. The root access will be the first to go. The next damage shall be done to the handset’s system partition. Stuff such as data and internal / external SD cards will face zero damage. The restoration of these lost elements will have to be done via a tutorial. Once again, look for such a guide which has the Galaxy Note 3 LTE SM-N900P in it.
What you have to do now is complete some easy pre-requisites. Which sound like this:
- download USB drivers on your notebook after you launch this page;
- second, make sure they’re installed on said product;
- the notebook has some security programs which need to be turned off for now;
- standard backups must then be initiated;
- generate a full NANDroid backup, via these instructions;
- enable USB Debugging on the Galaxy Note 3 LTE SM-N900P;
- the handset’s security programs also have to be deactivated;
- Windows should be the OS version operated by your notebook;
- the smartphone must then be charged if battery levels are low.
Step by step instructions
- The following stage consists of you downloading the SRSRoot app on the notebook. This instrument will be on this page, waiting for you to click on a download button; the latter is on that site.
- Once the app has a place on your notebook, do this: install it. Next, launch the file on the notebook as well.
- You need to also activate these options: Menu, Settings and Unknown Sources. The latter is especially important. If you cannot spot it, we’ll indicate its location: this options is under the Settings one.
- You can tap USB Debugging now if you skipped the part where we told you to enable it. Don’t perform this if this option’s already turned on.
- Your job now is to plug the notebook to your phone. The handset has a special USB cable; with it you can easily connect the devices to one another. This should happen next: root the smartphone.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]You have a particular option at your disposal for this: Root Device (All Methods). So make sure it’s enabled, then wait. In general, a procedure of this kind takes somewhere around 15 minutes. But it can take longer; if that happens, you need to repeat the steps from earlier.
- If this solves your problem, then go ahead and restart your Samsung SM-N900P. Another particular option will do that for you once it’s tapped. Here’s its name: Reboot System Now.
After your handset has returned to life, let yourself be surprised with the whole rooting benefits. You have the SRSRoot to turn to if you want a way to unroot the device.
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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.