Root Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 on Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware
In our Previous post we mentioned how to manually update your Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Jelly Bean Official Firmware. This one is the latest official release from the Samsung electronics with lots of new features and improvement. If you are the Galaxy Note 8 GT 5100 use and already updated your device with this new official firmware and looking for the way to root your device. So after that you can enjoy other rooted application and custom ROM on your device, With rooting you can enjoy lots of benefit on your device check out some of the benefits of Rooting here. Now you can easily root Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 on Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware. The process is so simple and take 5 to 10 minutes to complete the root process on your Galaxy Note 8.
Today we are back with the new rooting guide, which you can follow on your Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 and yes the below mention method is only for the Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 user, so don’t try this method on any of your other devices. Remember one thing once your device is rooted, warranty will get void. So read the below mention instructions very carefully and follow the steps one by one your device.
Pre-requisites and Requirements
a) Before folowing the rooting guide do take the Full Backup of your Android Apps, SMS, Contacts, Call Logs, Bookmarks. Looking for ways to Backup your android device click here. So in case if you lost some of your important data and files in the update process, then you can easily restore them from your backup file.
b) After that Enable USB debugging mode on your device, read the guide here how to enable USB debugging mode.
c) Make sure that your Galaxy Note 8 battery is full charge or near about 60-70% battery level.
d) Download the Latest Galaxy Note 8 USB Driver on your PC and install it to start the root process. You need these driver to connect your device with the computer to follow the root process.
After following the above mention steps follow the below mention guide one by one to root your device on Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware.
How to Root Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 on Android 4.2.2 N5100XXCMH1 Firmware
Let’s start the rooting process on Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100, hope you followed all the above mention important tips on your device and desktop. Remember, it’s very important for you to follow each and every step very carefully on your device otherwise your bricked your phone.
Step 1. Download the Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 rotting package from here and extract the same on your desktop.
Step 2. Now download the ODIN flash tool from here and extract the folder on your desktop. You need this application to flash the root package on your device.
Step 3. After downloading the both files on your desktop switch off your device and boot the device in download mode. To enter in Download mode press and hold Volume Down + Power button together until you see a construction Android robot in tablet screen. Press Volume Up button again to enter into Download Mode.
Step 4. Now Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 is in download mode, coonect your devcie with the computer via USB cable and run the ODIN application from your desktop. If your phone is connected successfully, one of the ID:COM boxes of ODIN app screen will turn yellow with the COM port number. This step might take some time.
Step 5. Once the Galaxy Note 8 3G GT-N5100 is connected with the ODIN application, do the following: ( Do this very carefully otherwise you brick your device)
Click the PDA button from the app and select the CF-Auto-Root-kona3g-kona3gxx-gtn5100.tar.md5 file. form the folder that you saved on your desktop on Step 1.
And Make sure re-partition is NOT ticked on the ODIN application.
Step 6. Once you are ready with the above settings, hit the START button to begin the flashing process. Now the root process will start on your device and this will take some time to flash the root package on your device. Once the update process finished on your device you will see the “pass” message on your ODIN app screen and this time your device will be reboot.
Now you can disconnect your device from the computer and your device is rooted. To verify your device is rooted or not download the Root Checker application from Google play store and verify your device is rooted or not. Now you can enjoy all the latest custom firmware and rooted app on your device.