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[Q] Rooting Note 3 n900 for beginners!

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Default [Q] Rooting Note 3 n900 for beginners!

There are so many different ways of Rooting the note 3, but as a first timer it's difficult to understand which method might be the best.
What I am looking for is a simple step by step guide to Rooting the note 3 exynox version without tripping the Knox..
What to do if I want the note 3 just rooted with everything else stock.
I don't want to go in the details of the method. It would be kind enough if taught with the root tricks and the do's and dont's
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Unfortunately,rooting will trip Knox.
If you still want,use CF auto root in Original Android Developement section. Well, Odin? Better to search in google. It is the essential thing for your android phone for flashing official firmware,rooting,etc..
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I've heard of a method called root da la Vega? Do it help not tripping knox.
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