For users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 looking to get root access into their devices here is a handy guide. The guide helps users of Galaxy Note 4 with build number SM-N910F and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop to unlock there devices’ potentials.
Before you begin make sure it, the steps work with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F thus if you are having another model you may need to follow different steps. Flashing the wrong file may cause damage to your devices software. Also keep a back up of your data that you don’t want at risk.
Before you begin to root your Galaxy Note 4 go to check out the prerequisites. You will need Samsung USB drivers on your computer or the Odin flashing tool to proceed. Also check into developers options and enable USB Debugging mode if it is turned off. Now connect the device to your computer and proceed to following steps.
Step 1: Get the CF-Root file for Galaxy Note 4 and Odin flashing tool from the download links.
Step 2: After download completes, extract both files into your computer and open the Odin flashing tool.
Step 3: Now leave the Odin flashing tool opened into your computer and reboot your Galaxy Note 4 into download mode.
Step 4: In download mode, connect your Note 4 to computer viva USB cable.
Step 5: On the Odin flashing tool click the PDA button or AP button and brown to directory where you have extracted the CF-Root file.
Step 6: With Odin flash tool’s default settings unchanged and CF-Root file selected, click start button.
Now let the Odin tool do its work and after a few minutes the process will complete with a confirmation message and auto reboot. You Galaxy Note 4 will now boot with rood access allowed.