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Need help to root + backup new note 3

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13th May 2014, 02:12 PM   |  #1  
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Hello,
I am about to buy a new note 3 and wanted to root it.
I know i have to backup phone iemi and then root.
I see there is CF root but i cant see where to back up.
Can someone so kindle link me to a guide to backup photo and then a root guide please?

Cheers
13th May 2014, 04:29 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Android Noobie

Hello,
I am about to buy a new note 3 and wanted to root it.
I know i have to backup phone iemi and then root.
I see there is CF root but i cant see where to back up.
Can someone so kindle link me to a guide to backup photo and then a root guide please?

Cheers

Do you want to backup your phone or backup photo?
Well you can copy your photo to ext sd or put it in you computer.
To fully backup your phone you must flash custom recovery to do nandroid backup.
To root your phone hmmmm let say google it. So many tutorial you can find.
Come on man dont be lazy.
If you want people to help you please provide your phone model, current rom or something. Yes you are using note 3, but which one?

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13th May 2014, 04:58 PM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Android Noobie

Hello,
I am about to buy a new note 3 and wanted to root it.
I know i have to backup phone iemi and then root.
I see there is CF root but i cant see where to back up.
Can someone so kindle link me to a guide to backup photo and then a root guide please?

Cheers

Install TWRP recovery in Odin and use the automated EFS backup system. You don't need root for this, but it will inject root for you if you need it just before you click Reboot System..
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