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Rooting Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900)

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30th June 2014, 05:54 AM   |  #1  
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Hi assist team..

I want to root my phone, which is..
Model Number: SM-N900
Android Version: 4.4.2 (currently still using original update, and have KNOX)
Baseband Version: N900DXUDNC1
Kernel Version: 3.4.39-1185114 dpi@SWDD5804 #1 Mon Apr 14 19:33:46 KST 2014
Build Number: KOT49H.N900XXUDND1
SE for Android Status: Enforcing SEPF_SM-N900_4.4.2_0011

and I had look at this thread (i was using note 2 N7100 before, and always using CF AutoRoot by ChainFire too)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...51&postcount=3

what I wanna ask is:
1.When I open knox app on the app list, it has "install" button, but in application manager there are some knox (com.sec.know.eventsmanager, KLMS agent, KNOX, Knox notification manager, and KNOX store).
is that mean i had my KNOX on? if yes, should I remove using Knox Removal?
or by uninstall in "about knox" in knox app (I read it in another thread about how to remove knox),
or can I just flash the CFAutoRoot and there gonna be an options to disable the knox (I forgot where I read about this..)?

2.
I searched and read at that thread, some people using the same file and same way (I assume they use the correct way to root too) but some got success rooting their gadget, some got fail (like stuck in odin rooting process or bootloop, so they need to fix the firmware using samsung kies). so, is that normal to have like gambling outcome (if you lucky get success, and can be fail too)? Or, if I follow the instruction correctly, I won't get the chance to fail in rooting my SM-N900?

I already tried to read all over that thread to search this but no result in finding the cause of some people got fail even they used correct file and correct way. Thanks a lot for the help
30th June 2014, 06:23 AM   |  #2  
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Hi!

You've done your homework! Very good to see!

You have 8 posts under your belt....2 more and you can post in the thread you linked. That's the best place to ask those questions.

I suggest maybe browsing the Q&A section for your device and contribute a couple more constructive posts, or questions....then you're set to ask in that thread..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-3/help

Or you can start start a thread in Q&A for your questions. Honestly, best to get to 10 posts and ask in the thread you linked tho.

Good luck!
30th June 2014, 10:06 AM   |  #3  
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Hi!

You've done your homework! Very good to see!

You have 8 posts under your belt....2 more and you can post in the thread you linked. That's the best place to ask those questions.

I suggest maybe browsing the Q&A section for your device and contribute a couple more constructive posts, or questions....then you're set to ask in that thread..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-note-3/help

Or you can start start a thread in Q&A for your questions. Honestly, best to get to 10 posts and ask in the thread you linked tho.

Good luck!

thanks man.. thru your link, i got the answer for my question number 2...
it's here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2791587
seems like some people that got fail when rooting their device is their device encrypted.. I myself, still newbie and didn't know anything about this encrypted and decrypted thingy.. but I guess that's easy task for google or searching in xda forum thx
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