How To Root Android – Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE

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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE was initially released in March 2014 and tablet lovers still love this model although it is no longer available. However, if you still own a Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE under the brand Verizon, you can expand the default capabilities of your loving tab by rooting it. Let’s find out how to root Android on Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE. Currently, Android rooting is frequently tried by the Android lovers in which some users gain positive results and other negative results. Let’s check what is behind the screen.

How To Root Android – Verizon Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE

The most popular way to root Samsung smartphone is flashing CF-Auto-Root binary file via Samsung Odin flashing software. Basically, Odin has been designed to flash stock firmware on bricked Samsung smartphones. Taking advantage of the mechanism of the Odin program, Chainfire released CF-Auto-Root binary file to place the Su binary file on the respective Android system through the Odin flashing process. However, you cannot root all the Samsung smartphones using CF-Auto-Root since CF-Auto-Root binary files are only available for several smartphone models.

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How To Root Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE

Note: CF-Auto-Root unlocks your device bootloader and makes sure to get a complete back up of your device if your device is not unlocked previously. Because Bootloader unlocking process erases all the data stored in your device

  • Arrange A Windows computer and install Samsung USB drivers
  • Visit the official CF-Auto-Root website
  • Download the correct CF-Auto-Root file for your device on your computer
  • Extract the Zip file and there you will find the relevant Odin program in the extracted folder
  • Boot your device in to “Download Mode” & connect to the computer
  • Right- Click on the Odin program and select the “Run as administrator” option from the drop-down menu
  • Wait until the program detects your device ( The “ID: COM” field on the left-top of the window will turn in to blue)
  • Next, click on the “AP” button on the Odin interface and this action will open a file browser for you
  • Go to the location where you extracted the CF-Auto-Root using the file browser
  • Select the CF-Auto-Root-XXX-XXX-XXX.tar.md5 file and click on “Open” to load the binary file on Odin
  • Wait until the file loads and you will get “Leave CS..” message in the Log Box area on the Odin when the loading is done
  • Finally, click the “Start” button to start the rooting process

Once you click the start button, your device will show you a red Android bot and the device boot into recovery mode when the process is done.

Final Word

Make sure that the device boots into recovery mode after the rooting process is done. If your device doesn’t boot into recovery mode itself, make sure to boot it yourself using the relevant hardware keys to enable the CF-Auto-Root.