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Hi all!

I just replaced my note 3 and tried to root using chainfire and odin 3.09 and then odin 1.85.

I've followed the directions listed here.

I keep getting "All threads completed (succeed 0 / fail 0)", and then of course nothing happens.

I've googled every combination of words but all i get is (succeed 0 / fail 1) or (succeed 1 / fail 0), but no hits on (succeed 0 / fail 0).

am I missing something?

thanks in advance!

steven.
 
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if you have a custom recovery,just flash the flashable supersu and your device will be rooted.
 
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Originally Posted by 72Monkeys View Post
Hi all!

I just replaced my note 3 and tried to root using chainfire and odin 3.09 and then odin 1.85.

I've followed the directions listed here.

I keep getting "All threads completed (succeed 0 / fail 0)", and then of course nothing happens.

I've googled every combination of words but all i get is (succeed 0 / fail 1) or (succeed 1 / fail 0), but no hits on (succeed 0 / fail 0).

am I missing something?

thanks in advance!

steven.
Most likely you forgot to enable developers mode under the phone settings.
You cannot root the phone without enabling "developer's mode" and then
enabling "the "usb debugging" first.

Good luck!
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Originally Posted by 72Monkeys View Post
Hi all!

I just replaced my note 3 and tried to root using chainfire and odin 3.09 and then odin 1.85.

I've followed the directions listed here.

I keep getting "All threads completed (succeed 0 / fail 0)", and then of course nothing happens.

I've googled every combination of words but all i get is (succeed 0 / fail 1) or (succeed 1 / fail 0), but no hits on (succeed 0 / fail 0).

am I missing something?

thanks in advance!

steven.
But what output do you get from Odin? Do you see " reset " or "pass" in there, usually in blue and green colors respectively?

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thank you, but I'm not even getting colors.

if I remember correctly the blue or green would be in the windows toward the top of odin, correct?

all of these windows are empty with no color.

below is the exact output in the message window:

<OSM> Enter CS for MD5..
<OSM> Check MD5.. Do not unplug the cable..
<OSM> Please wait..
<OSM> CF-Auto-Root-hltetmo-hltetmo-smn900t.tar.md5 is valid.
<OSM> Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully..
<OSM> Leave CS..
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 0 / failed 0)
 
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Most likely you forgot to enable developers mode under the phone settings.
You cannot root the phone without enabling "developer's mode" and then
enabling "the "usb debugging" first.

Good luck!
thanks, I do make silly mistakes from time to time. but I made sure I had the phone in developers mode with usb debugging on.

any other ideas?

I'm not sure if this matters, but on a mac using CrossOver. I've used CrossOver since my S3. however I did just reinstall odin and the samsung drivers.

thanks again.
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