There is good news for the Samsung Galaxy Note users. Now you can root your device without increasing the flash counter. In this post we will we will show you on how to root your Samsung Galaxy Note fearlessly without thinking much about the flash counter increase. As many of the users apply the update or root the device using the Odin multi upload tool, Galaxy Note keeps a track on how many times the device has been successfully updated / rooted using Odin tool. The method which we will be going to adopt has been tested and tried on the At&t powered Samsung Galaxy Note. Please note that this procedure should only be applied by the users of NOTE users whose model numbers are N7000 and Galaxy Note on At&t network. Let’s move to the procedure.
How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note without Increasing Flash Counter Number:
Note- This post is only for the educational purpose. So if anything happens to your mobile we are not responsible for that.
- Download Odin 3 v1.0 as well as the Rooting TAR file in your computer.
- Enable the USB Debugging Mode in your phone from the path “Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging. Ensure that the USB Debugging option is ticked as shown in the below screen capture.
1. Open the Odin in your computer and turn off your Galaxy Note so that you can then enter the device in the Download mode. How*- by pressing Volume down Key, Center button, and holding both simultaneously press the Power Button.
2. Connect the phone to the computer using the USB cable.
3. within a minute the ID: COM section will turn yellow which will mean that all the drivers have been successfully installed and then you need to proceed to select the files in the Odin.
4. In Odin click on “PDA” and select the file which is named as “downloaded tar file”. After this, click on “Start” tab to start the process.
5. Once the process is completed, the device will be restarted automatically.
That’s it you have completed the above procedure. From next time whenever you will root or update your Galaxy Note, the device won’t be counting the number of times the device has been rooted or updated.
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