Tutorial To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 – Beginners Guide

In this tutorial you will learn how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 smartphone. This guide is especially useful for beginners.

In this method you will know how to root your Samsung Galaxy Note-2 smartphone using Odin. All credits go for Chainfire for making the CF-autoroot.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2


1.First download the given below files depend on your device model number. You can identify the model number in Settings > About Phone. In case you cannot find your model number from the given below reference please do not attempt this procedure as it may brick your phone.

A) For N7100 Model go HERE.
B) For N7105 Model go HERE.
C) SHV-E250K Model go HERE.
D) SHV-E250L Model go HERE.
E) SHV-E250S Model go HERE.
F) SPH-L900 Model go HERE.
G) SGH-I317 Model go HERE.
H) SGH-I317M Model go HERE.
I) SGH-T889 (T-Mobile) Model go HERE.
J) SCH-I605  Model go HERE.

2.Next download the Odin 3.07 and USB drivers. After that install the driver in your computer.

3.Don’t forget to backup all your datas, since this is a rooting procedure it will wipe your datas.

4.Finally, make sure the battery percentage level of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2  smartphone was atleast 75%.

Disclaimer : Please follow the given below procedure at your own risk. I would not be held responsible for any damage.


1.Extract the CF Autoroot until you got a file with .tar.md5


2.Extract odin307.zip then run Odin3 v3.07 as administrator.


3.Then shutdown your phone.

4.After that hold down the Volume Down Button + Home button then press the power button for 5 seconds.

5.Once you will see a warning screen press the volume up button.

6.Next click on the “PDA” and choose the .tar.md.5 file which you have already downloaded.

7.After that connect your phone to the computer and click the “Start” button.

8.Once the process is completed you will see the “PASS” message in the above table of the ID:COM section.

9.That’s it! Now you have a root in your phone. Congrats!

10.To check whether the phone was successfully rooted or not, just download the Root Checker app from Google Play Store and check the status.

Comments are closed.