Root Note 2 N7100 On Android 4.1.1 And Install ClockworkMod Recovery
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is a breathtaking devices, and I strongly believe that its better than the S3. Although if you would like to take your Galaxy Note 2 to the next level you might want to consider rooting. Rooting will allow you to take your note 2 to the next level, by having the ability of putting custom roms, rather operating systems on your device. The tutorial below will show you how you can root your Galaxy Note 2 N7100 And Install ClockworkMod Recovery On Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean.
Step 1. Put your Galaxy Note 2 into Download mode by turning off your phone first then holding down Volume Down, Center Home, and Power buttons together.
Step 2. Once you see the warning screen, hit Volume Up button to enter ODIN Download Mode then connect your USB cable from your Note 2 to your computer.
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Step 3. Make sure your drivers are installed so you will be able to root.If you don’t have them installed you can install them down below.
Step 4. Once your drivers are installed you can proceed to the next step
Step 5. Unzip the files. Next, open up the ODIN program by double-clicking on the .exe file.
Step 6. You should see a yellow-highlighted COM box with a random number. If you don’t see it, double-check your Windows drivers (the Samsung USB drivers you installed in Step 3) and unplug, plug your Note 2 back into your computer.[caption id="attachment_1267" align="alignnone" width="600"] Root Note 2 N7100 Using Odin[/caption]
Step 7. Click on “PDA” button then find the file cwm6-root-note2.tar.
Step 8. Hit Start and let ODIN flash the custom CWM Recovery. When it’s done, your Galaxy Note 2 will reboot and you should have a fully rooted Galaxy Note 2 N7100.[caption id="attachment_1268" align="alignnone" width="600"] How To Root Note 2 N7100 And Install ClockworkMod Recovery On Android 4.1.1 JellyBean[/caption]
Your phone will boot into newly installed CWM Recovery automatically once and install Superuser app and su binaries then reboot.You should find a new Superuser app called “SuperSU”. You can easily verify you have root by downloading Titanium Backup app (free on Play Store) and running it.
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