Root N910PVPU1BOB7

How to Root and Recovery N910PVPU1BOB7 Lollipop Update on Sprint Galaxy Note 4

Root on Sprint Galaxy Note 4 Lollipop update N910PVPU1BOB7 using CF-Auto root has worked.  The N910PVPU1BOB7 was officially pushed on March 05, 2015 from N910PVPU1ANK2 4.4.2 KitKat to 5.0.1 Lollipop.  So those who got the update and lose root and might want to regain it back then you may use the CF-Auto. Once your Galaxy Note 4  is rooted you can also install the TWRP recovery if you want to customize your device further.

The CF-Auto Root method has been confirmed and it worked fine according to our fellas at XDA-Developers. But then again this rooting process is for advanced users only and not highly recommended for those who are not tinkerers in the first place.

In addition, installing root in your Galaxy Note 4 trips the Knox flag, which means you will be unable to use any of the Knox features anymore.  Some company requires KNOX to its employees for security purposes.  So if you don’t want to screw up KNOX then do not root your phone.

Rooted Sprint Galaxy Note 4 Lollipop update  N910PVPU1BOB7

Disclaimer:  Use of this rooting guide is solely at your own risk!


Make sure to recharge your Galaxy Note 4.
It is highly recommended to make a back up all important files stored from your phone’s internal memory – contacts, messages, etc. before flashing, just to be safe and ensure that your stored data are in safe if something went wrong during the rooting process.
Use a PC or laptop that runs in Windows OS, with a good and perfectly working USB serial port. Odin will not work on MAC.
Use the supplied USB cable for your Galaxy S4.
Enable USB debugging in your Galaxy Note 4 settings, Settings>>About Device>> Tap the Firmware Build version  ‘LRX22C.N910PVPU1BOB7 ’ around 7-times. It will then allows you to enable the USB debugging mode in settings.

For those who did not yet received the update for it’s particularly only available in  France for now, and you might want to install it manually just download the stock 5.0.1 N910PVPU1BOB7 firmware below. Those who successfully upgraded and now wants to get it rooted, just follow this guide.

Root Galaxy Note 4 N910PVPU1BOB7 Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update

Download Chainfire’s CF-Auto root built for Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P (Sprint) here: CF-Auto-Root-trltespr-trltespr-smn910p.

– Extract or unzip the downloaded so that you’ll get the Odin flashable ‘CF-Auto-Root-trltespr-trltespr-smn910p.tar.md5′. Use any extracting tool you had in your computer.
– Run Odin Downloader v3.00 flasher program.
–  Run Odin3_v3.09, click the PDA button and browse to the folder where you put the
– Do Not check the Re-Partition checkbox, just leave default checked Auto Reboot and F-Reset Time check-boxes.
– Reboot the Galaxy Note 4 into download mode. Turn  the power off, then just press and hold the Volume Down , Home button and the Power ON/OFF button simultaneously.
– Connect your Galaxy Note 4 into your computer
– Fire-up the “START’ button.
– Wait until a message that says  “PASS’  in Odin.

Install TWRP Recovery

This is for those who might want to customize further and wants a custom recovery. The TWRP recovery versions from 2. 8.4.0  to 2. 8.5.0  will work on a rooted 5.0.1 N910PVPU1BOB7.  You can grab the recovery file at here, –  Just choose the Odin flashable tarball files if you want to manually install it with Odin. You can also use an called “flashify” at Play store which automatically installs the TWRP recovery on your device.

Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P N910PVPU1BOB7  5.0.1 Stock Firmware

This is for those who did not receive the update via OTA and or otherwise  wants to manually install the official Lollipop stock firmware.  The stock firmware is also useful to unroot your phone in no time.  link

Grab Odin flasher tools and USB Driver:
Odin3_v3.09 link
USB Driver link
– Unzip the stock firmware to get the tarball file.
– Install the USB driver
– Run Odin3_v3.09, ensure not to tick the “Re-Partition” option.
– Put the Galaxy Note 3 in download mode by holding down the volume Up+Home+Power button at the same time.
– Connect the Galaxy Note 2 into the the computer.
– Click the AP button, then load the stock extracted firmware file.
– Hit the “Start” button.
– Wait until “PASS!” appears.
– Done.

That’s all! Just let me know if this root method has worked on your Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910P .

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