Galaxy Note 2 users can easily root their devices using the Auto Root Package from the XDA Developers member Chainfire, who’s well known for bringing many rooting tutorials and packages for Samsung devices. We already have written the procedure to root the Galaxy Note 2 using the Note 2 Toolkit but this root is somewhat different. Your device’s recover would not be tampered upon flashing this CF-Auto Root file.

Chainfire’s previous rooting packages were known as CF-Root, they were well known due to the ease they provide you with. CF-Auto Root is no different, the procedure is pretty simple. Just move on reading this article and you’ll be soon running a rooted Galaxy Note 2 device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Warning and Disclaimer

This is all development stuff and in this tutorial we’ll be flashing the file in order to make it work on your device, rooting and flashing stuff voids the warranty of the mobile phone but the warranty can be always retained by flashing the Stock ROM.

Make sure that you backup all the data stored on your device (use Note 2 Toolkit or ADB Backup Guide). Disable Samsung Kies, Antivirus and Windows Firewall on your computer as they can clutter in between the process. Read the whole guide before starting and download the required files first.

Root Galaxy Note 2 using Chainfire Auto-Root Package

Step #1: Download the files given below:

Odin v3.04 (, 457 kB)

GT-N7100  (, 12.0 MB)

Step #2: Unzip both files using a suitable unzipping tool. Move the files to a convenient location of your computer to prevent any confusions.

Step #3: Boot your Galaxy Note 2 into Download Mode. Press and hold “Volume Down + Home + Power Button” and wait for a while, a warning screen will come up – press Volume Up to proceed booting into download mode.

Step #4: Double click the Odin executable file and connect your Note 2 on your computer.

Step #5: Click on the “PDA TAB” under the Odin window and select file having “.tar.md5” extension, you would have obtained it in Step 2.

Step #6: Don’t touch any other setting, and click on the START Button to proceed flashing of the CF-Auto Root image. You device will automatically restart upon completion.

Step #7: Disconnect your device and verify root access.

That’s it. You’ve successfully rooted your Galaxy Note 2. Special thanks to the XDA Developer Chainfire who keeps on bringing rooting procedures for Samsung devices, the best part of his rooting package is that, it’s pretty simple to install it.

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