Have you installed the newly released XXUFNE3 Android 4.4 Stock firmware on your Note 3 LTE N7105? If yes and now you are looking for root, then you are on right page. I know some people can’t live without root access because it gives them so much freedom that they can’t imagine Android without it.
- First of all ensure that you have Samsung USB Drivers installed on your computer.
- Make a complete backup of all your important data using CWM recovery or TWRP and keep it safe.
- Enable the USB Debugging Mode on your phone from Settings –> Developer Options –> “Enable USB Debugging”.
- Your Note 2 LTE N7105 should be unlocked.
Please read each and every step carefully to root your Note 2 LTE N7105 on XXUFNE3 Android 4.4 KitKat Official OTA. AndroidsDNA.com cannot be held responsible if you damage your phone because it will be entirely your fault.
Steps to Root Galaxy Note 2 LTE N7105 on Stock XXUFNE3 4.4 KitKat Firmware
Step 1: Download the CF-Auto-Root Package for Note 2 LTE N7105 on Android 4.4 KitKat Firmware and Odin. When both are downloaded, extract the zip files to desktop.
Step 2: Now Turn Off your Note 2 LTE N7105 and boot it to Download Mode. For that, Turn it On while pressing and holding “Home + Power + Volume” buttons simultaneously.
Step 3: From Odin folder, run the .exe file to launch Odin and connect your phone (which is in Download Mode) to your computer via USB cable. You will see ID:COM box light will turn blue if your phone is connected. If it isn’t, make sure you have properly install USB drivers on your computer.
Step 4: Now click on “AP” button in Odin and browse for the this file “CF-Auto-Root-t0lte-t0ltexx-gtn7105.tar.md5” (Extracted to desktop in Step 1). After that, make sure “Auto Reboot” , “F.Reset Time” and “Re-Partition” are checked.
Step 5: Check everything once again and if satisfied then click on “Start” button in the center at bottom to start the process of installation which will take few minutes. When your phone is booted and homescreen appears, disconnect it from your Computer.
Congratulations! Rooting operation successful.