Samsung Galaxy Note recently received an Official firmware of ICS in some select countries and are dubbed as versions DXLP9 and DDLP8 ICS 4.0.3 firmware. So, just in case, if you wish to root your Galaxy Note on the same then we will help you in this article. Please note that once you root the device, the warranty will get void and the only way with which you can revoke the root access is by reapplying the Official update of DDLP8/ DXLP9. Over a period of this article, we have mentioned detailed list of pre requisites which one has to follow before proceeding so as to facilitate smoother rooting process.
CAUTION: This procedure should ONLY be applied to the Galaxy Note N7000 device which is on DDLP8 / DXLP9 firmware and not on any other firmware.
Disclaimer: Neither AndroidAdvices, nor developer should be held responsible for any damage happened to your device in the process of following the instructions mentioned in this article. It’s very unlikely that there will be any issues but just in case if at all there are any issues then we are committed to help you in solving the same.
- All the data in your Galaxy Note should be backed up so as to ensure that just in case if the data gets erased or corrupted, the same can be easily restored with the help of below mentioned steps. It’s recommended to back up all the data, as in the due course of the procedure you will have to wipe the phone so as to get rid of force close errors in your Galaxy Note.
SMS – Use “SMS Backup & Restore app”,
Contacts – Sync with the Gmail application,
Call Log – Call Log and Restore
Images, Songs, Videos, Files – Copy to internal / External SD Card,
APN and MMS Settings – Note down from the path “Applications > Settings > Wireless and Network > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names”
- Minimum charge left in the device should be at least 60% so as to ensure that device doesn’t get turned Off in the middle of firmware update.
- Disable all the security suites installed in your computer and uninstall all antivirus tools in your computer so as to ensure that the firmware update is not interrupted in the middle of the process.
- Enable the USB Debugging in your Galaxy Note N7000 from the path “Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging”. The USB Debugging option should be ticked.
So, assuming that you have followed all the above mentioned instructions, you can now proceed to the next page where we have summed up a detailed article on how to root Galaxy Note N7000.