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Is it possible to unlock SM-P605V Galaxy note 10.1 Verizon?

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Default Is it possible to unlock SM-P605V Galaxy note 10.1 Verizon?

I wanted to unlock the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 from Verizon but see no where can do it?
Please let me know if you have one
 
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I have one and we weren't able to unlock with 4.3. I am curious whether anything changed under KK... but AFAIK... The answer is no.

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->MotoQ (Verizon) --> HTC Kaiser (AT&T) ---> iPhone 3GS 32G (Jailbroken) ---> Tmo HD2 ---> Sprint Hero ----> EVO ---> EVO 3D ---> --> Galaxy Nexus --> Motorola Xoom

>>>> Sprint Galaxy Note 3 - rooted
>>>> Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) - rooted, Knox untripped: www.towelroot.com (thanks geohot... You are the man)
 
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I wanted to unlock the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 from Verizon but see no where can do it?
Please let me know if you have one
Just root and flash a custom ROM from here. I have never heard that you can NOT root a carrier specific device. I bought a T-Mobile version of P-605 from Germany and I unlocked it by rooting and flashing a custom ROM.


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Just root and flash a custom ROM from here. I have never heard that you can NOT root a carrier specific device. I bought a T-Mobile version of P-605 from Germany and I unlocked it by rooting and flashing a custom ROM.


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The bootloader is locked. The current CF auto root methods do not work. Odin fails. At least they didn't before. If I am wrong please let me know.
->MotoQ (Verizon) --> HTC Kaiser (AT&T) ---> iPhone 3GS 32G (Jailbroken) ---> Tmo HD2 ---> Sprint Hero ----> EVO ---> EVO 3D ---> --> Galaxy Nexus --> Motorola Xoom

>>>> Sprint Galaxy Note 3 - rooted
>>>> Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) - rooted, Knox untripped: www.towelroot.com (thanks geohot... You are the man)
 
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The bootloader is locked. The current CF auto root methods do not work. Odin fails. At least they didn't before. If I am wrong please let me know.
Have you tried all methods? If nothing works then maybe you need to wait until someone cracks it? I have always been able to un-brand carrier specific devices.


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I even tried the shady apps

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->MotoQ (Verizon) --> HTC Kaiser (AT&T) ---> iPhone 3GS 32G (Jailbroken) ---> Tmo HD2 ---> Sprint Hero ----> EVO ---> EVO 3D ---> --> Galaxy Nexus --> Motorola Xoom

>>>> Sprint Galaxy Note 3 - rooted
>>>> Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) - rooted, Knox untripped: www.towelroot.com (thanks geohot... You are the man)
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I rooted it with Kingo. The root works just fine! Galaxy Note 2014 Verizon
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That didn't work for me.. I'll try again

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->MotoQ (Verizon) --> HTC Kaiser (AT&T) ---> iPhone 3GS 32G (Jailbroken) ---> Tmo HD2 ---> Sprint Hero ----> EVO ---> EVO 3D ---> --> Galaxy Nexus --> Motorola Xoom

>>>> Sprint Galaxy Note 3 - rooted
>>>> Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) - rooted, Knox untripped: www.towelroot.com (thanks geohot... You are the man)
 
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That didn't work for me.. I'll try again

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No go on Kingo...did some reading up on it too...its not recommended as it may be trying to install some malware.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2518829

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2442766

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->MotoQ (Verizon) --> HTC Kaiser (AT&T) ---> iPhone 3GS 32G (Jailbroken) ---> Tmo HD2 ---> Sprint Hero ----> EVO ---> EVO 3D ---> --> Galaxy Nexus --> Motorola Xoom

>>>> Sprint Galaxy Note 3 - rooted
>>>> Verizon Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) - rooted, Knox untripped: www.towelroot.com (thanks geohot... You are the man)
 
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I even tried the shady apps

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lol I genuinely appreciate your reckless testing. I'm not familiar enough with the process to be hopeful or hopeless about the future for dev on vzw bootloader shenanigans. I willingly let vroot attempt to get access on my vzw note 3, fail, then asked kingo to violate the sanctuary before getting it right. There's many people who know a LOT more than me who will swear up and down about risks being benign but I think it's undeniable the entire process is more than unsanitary.

I wouldn't sell my soul to the devil for root/vstrap on this device but then again... he has yet to make an offer.

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