Root N7000XXLT4 Galaxy Note N7000 Latest Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean [April 2013]

Here’s the root method that works for latest Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 firmware update build N7000XXLT4 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean that has been initially rolled out in Germany.   The Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) rooting process is too easy for experienced users but  for beginners is a bit risky on some part.  However,  for those who wants to gain root access on their devices will now can simply follow the step by step rooting instructions below and grab the necessary rooting files from our trusted sources.

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N7000XXLT4 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

Device: Samsung Galaxy Note
Model number: GT-N7000
Region: Europe
Country: Germany
Android version: 4.1.2
Modem: N7000XXLSO
Build number: JZO54K.N7000XXLT4

For advance users you can grab the N7000XXLT4 stock ROM below and install it first then you may proceed on rooting.

Disclaimer: This method is for developers and advance users only. We shall not take any responsibility if anything happens to your device by using this guide.

– Odin downloader –  Odin3 v3.07
– USB Driver Link (install it)
Download the original N7000XXLT4 Stock Firmware:
Germany (unbranded) DBT_N7000XXLT4 N7000OXALT4 link

  1. Extract or unzip the downloaded file. use winzip, 7zip, or any extracting softwarein your computer or laptop.
  2. Grab and install the USB driver
  3. Start odin3 and configure its options: DO NOT Tick “Re-partition” options.
  4. Click on the PDA button then load the KIES_HOME_N7000XXLT4_N7000OXALT4.tar.md5′ file
  5. Boot the device into download mode (Volume down+Home+Power) button
  6. Connect the device in download mode to PC via USB
  7. Press start to flash the tar.md5 package
  8. Wait until it finishes flashing and the device completely reboots, then remove it form PC connection
  9. Now, proceed to root your newly installed 4.1.2 Jelly bean.

How to Root XXLT4 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean on Samsung Galaxy Note N7000

To root,  you can use Root_SuperSU signed zip and busybox file.  It’s been simple and very handy root method that works for the Samsung Galaxy Note N7000. All you need is grab the file, put it on your SD card boot in recovery mode then flash the SuperSU root file. Download the root file from XDA ( Choose Method 1) and carefully follow the instructions.

You can also use PhilZ-cwm6  with CWM based recovery to root. Philz-CWM6 root kernel does not just root your Samsung Galaxy Note but it also adds up the enhanced clockworkmod 6 full touch based recovery on your device in just simple steps ahead. This root is absolutely safe for it has a “stock based kernel”  to avoid brick bug issues. This is also a handy rooting technique by way of  just flashing it via Stock Recovery, or if you already have installed custom recovery and even in Odin without the frustrating yellow triangle.

There are two root packages you can choose, either install it via stock recovery or the tar file which can be flash through Odin. You can grab the files here –

Method 1:  Install Root via Stock Recovery Update zip

Recommended Method – Recovery (.zip) packages instructions – Will also root your phone

  1. They come in the form of files that can be flashed in stock recovery 3e: No Yellow Triangle
  2. Download
  3. Copy or Put the previously downloaded file on your external sd card (not internal)
  4. Boot into stock recovery (volume up+home+power) button
  5. Select “apply update from external storage”. Use volume keys to toggle and home or power button to select option.
  6. Now select the file you copied in previous step.
  7. You are rooted + new PhilZ-cwm6 kernel with CWM6

Method 2:  Install Root using Odin

  1. Grab Odin3_v3.07
  2. Grab and install the USB driver (install it)
  3. Start odin3 and configure its options: DO NOT Tick “Re-partition” options.
  4. Click on the PDA button then load the .tar file
  5. Boot the device into download mode (Volume down+Home+Power) button
  6. Connect phone in download mode to PC via USB
  7. Press start to flash the tar.md5 package
  8. To root, download the root file from XDA source ( Choose Method 1)

That’s all! You now have a rooted Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 runs in Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean (N7000XXLT4).


Author: Kim Bubble

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