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How to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Step 1: Head over to this thread on XDA forums and download the CWM recovery meant for your variant of the Note 3. Make sure you are downloading the correct version, otherwise you will end up bricking your handset. Also, download ODIN from here and the SuperSu ZIP package from here. Transfer the SuperSU ZIP file to the root of your Note 3′s internal storage.
Step 2: Extract the contents of the ODIN ZIP file on your desktop. Do not extract the CWM recovery file. The file must end with a .tar extension.
Step 3: Download and install the required USB drivers for your Samsung device. You can skip this step if you have KIES installed on your PC.
Step 4: Put your Galaxy Note 3 into Download mode by switching it off, re-inserting the battery, and then simultaneously pressing the Volume Down + Power button. Skip the custom OS warning by pressing the Volume Up button.

Step 5: Fire up ODIN and click on the PDA button, and then select the CWM recovery tar file. Now, connect your Note 3 to your PC and wait for the drivers to be installed.
Step 6: Once the drivers have been installed, ODIN will detect your Note 3 and automatically display a random number inside the COM Box. Now, press the Start button and wait for ODIN to flash the custom recovery.
Step 7: After the recovery has been flashed, your device will automatically reboot. Now put your Note 3 into Recovery mode by switching the device off, re-inserting the battery, and then simultaneously pressing the Volume Up + Power button.
Step 8: Once the device has booted into CWM Recovery, select the ‘install zip from sdcard’ option. Then select the SuperSU zip file and install it. After the zip file has been flashed, select the ‘reboot system now’ option to go back into Android OS.

Download the root package you need from the XDA Developer’s forum and save it to your Desktop. At present, there are packages for international versions or T-Mobile and Sprint in the U.S.
2. Extract the .zip file.
3. Open Odin by right-clicking and selecting Run as Administrator from inside the extracted folder.
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Click on PDA and select the .tar.md5 file inside the extracted folder.
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5. Turn of the device and turn it back on by holding down Volume Down, Power, and Home at the same time until the screen comes back on.

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6. Plug in the device via USB.
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 7. In Odin, click Start and wait for it to finish. The device will reboot and you’ll be all set.
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