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I have just recently bought the Galaxy Note 3 and don't get me wrong. IT IS AN AMAZING PHONE and I think it will be better for me if it was rooted. Of course there is a lot of different model numbers and build numbers for the Note 3 like the N9000, N9002, N9005, MJ7, MJ5 etc... My build number is the SM-N900V and my build is MJE running 4.3 jelly bean. I cannot find ONE solution online to root a Verizon Note 3 SM-N900V MJE on the internet. I was told there was not a way to root this device but I don't know. I was also told to use Kingo but that doesn't work either. Any help would be much appreciated!
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Kingo root

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Just google kingo root app you find it super simple too

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Here this should help you
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Kingo root works about half the time anymore if you can get it to work use vroot one click root works good

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