[VIDEO] How To Root with Root De La Vega WARRANTY SAFE

TheSmokingAndroid

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Hey everyone, me again. Yes, I've done another user friendly how to root video for our shiny new Galaxy Note 3, using designgears Root De La Vega method.

Root De La Vega

Hope it helps! =) If it does, please hulk smash that Thanks button!


Any issues or questions, please visit the original thread linked up top. When you get there, don't forget to thank designgears for his great and helpful work!

Cheers,
Jared
 
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baste07

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I think knox is tripped with rooting. And there is a new root method out already without tripping knox

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maniep

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Thank you for posting the video, SmokingAndroid :good:.


I rooted my Tmobile Note III late yesterday using the De La Vega method explained in the video.

It worked perfectly and the video was a great aid. :victory:
 

baste07

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Oh really? I thought not. Anyone can confirm?

Update: misread the reply i thought you said we can still do ota after rooting

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WilleX

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I have a N9005TMHBMI1 CSC and there is no CSC like this in the thread. What should I do now? (I am new in XDA so I cant post and request in the root de la vega thread).
 

Breach

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Care to show what else one would do after rooting their phone for newbies please? Meaning no rom, just what one can expect and achieve after mere rooting only. Thanks.
I'm not trying to be funny, but you have 251 posts and you don't know he purpose of rooting?

Rooting your phone gives you admin rights, just like having admin access on a computer. One of the main purposes is exactly that. With root access (admin rights) you have complete access to the system. You have access to the entire filesystem. You can run apps that require extra privileges. Basically.. You have FULL control of a piece of equipment that you paid good money for.

Sure, being able to update the Roms are great, but some of us do it because 'we can', some of us do it because we want to be able to run anything we want to.

Again, I am not trying to be rude or funny.. I am just not sure if you are serious or if you were being funny?