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[Q] AT&T SM-P907a Root?.

22nd January 2015, 08:56 PM |#31  
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When I run TowerRoot it says the my SM-P907A is not compatible with towelroot, so I cannot root? How did you guys accomplish root with towelroot with this message?
 
 
22nd January 2015, 09:02 PM |#32  
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I could root my SM-907A with Towelroot when I got it. because the kernel was dated before Jun 3, 2014.
Then one day I got an update from AT&T and accidentally clicked it; it updated my kernel or broadband version to a newer one that towelroot doesn't work on, so I lost room.

Now when I try to Towelroot, I get the same message as you.

On the plus side I can now cast my screen to Chromecast.
22nd January 2015, 10:14 PM |#33  
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Are there any root methods that work with SM-P907A with a later version (november)? Will it trip knox if so?
23rd January 2015, 09:30 PM |#34  
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Are there any root methods that work with SM-P907A with a later version (november)? Will it trip knox if so?

I couldn't find one last I looked.. You might be able to downgrade your Kernel/Broadband etc with Odin and then use Towelroot....

If you find a way without doing that, please post back here.

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Originally Posted by moveit124

Are there any root methods that work with SM-P907A with a later version (november)? Will it trip knox if so?

I couldn't find one last I looked.. You might be able to downgrade your Kernel/Broadband etc with Odin and then use Towelroot....

If you find a way without doing that, please post back here.
11th February 2015, 10:59 PM |#35  
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I couldn't find one last I looked.. You might be able to downgrade your Kernel/Broadband etc with Odin and then use Towelroot....

If you find a way without doing that, please post back here.

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I couldn't find one last I looked.. You might be able to downgrade your Kernel/Broadband etc with Odin and then use Towelroot....

If you find a way without doing that, please post back here.

I used the files from this thread to revert back just as you described. Rooted easily after this with Towelroot.
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14th February 2015, 06:02 AM |#36  
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I used the files from this thread to revert back just as you described. Rooted easily after this with Towelroot.

I odined it and thank God it's now rooted, thank you for the link!
2nd March 2015, 12:22 PM |#37  
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I have Build KOT49H.P907AUCU1AND7
Used towelroot just fine.

Kernel is Tue Apr 29 2014
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1st May 2015, 08:15 PM |#38  
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Confirmed that Note 3 SafeStrap works. But now that I have a safestrap but no rom to install :/ I tried P905 stock rom but Odin kept failing and wouldn't let me flash. Haven't try the custom rom for P900 yet. Anyone played around with those before?
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