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Question [Q] galaxy note 3 safe root !!

Hi every one!
i have got a new note 3 SM-N900 (4.4.2), after a lot of searching i couldn't find a safe way to root my note 3, i mean without voiding the knox warranty so can someone hel me with that? i will put my *#1234# info if it helps.
AP: N900XXUDND1.
CP: N900XXUDNC1.
CSC: N900OJVDND1.
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Hi every one!
i have got a new note 3 SM-N900 (4.2.2), after a lot of searching i couldn't find a safe way to root my note 3, i mean without voiding the knox warranty so can someone hel me with that? i will put my *#1234# info if it helps.
AP: N900XXUDND1.
CP: N900XXUDNC1.
CSC: N900OJVDND1.

When you are doing some things (like rooting) extreme attention to details matters, there is no 4.2.2 for N900, you probably mean 4.4.2

The short answer is that you can't do anything like that directly. The long answer is that it might be possible to reset everything and roll back to an older version which might let you do that, but that is a pretty extreme task for detail-oriented people so it might not be recommended for you yet. In case you insist then you should start reading at this post and then search around for more details:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...6#post52329946
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When you are doing some things (like rooting) extreme attention to details matters, there is no 4.2.2 for N900, you probably mean 4.4.2

The short answer is that you can't do anything like that directly. The long answer is that it might be possible to reset everything and roll back to an older version which might let you do that, but that is a pretty extreme task for detail-oriented people so it might not be recommended for you yet. In case you insist then you should start reading at this post and then search around for more details:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...6#post52329946
it's my fault, it's a typing fault, yess it's 4.4.2. thanks for your help
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