How to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM- N900A)

This guide will show you how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM- N900A).

Disclaimer: Digital Endpoint is not responsible for rooting the Android device in any way. Before performing any of these steps make sure you back up your Android device completely.

What is needed to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM- N900A)?

This Sony device can actually be rooted using the device itself. This means that you only need the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM- N900A) that you wish to root in your hand, unlike other Android phones this phone can be rooted without needing a PC.

Step 1 – Enable the installation of unknown sources

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM- N900A) requires the use of the towelroot rooting software. This is software that you must download and run on the phone itself. Before you can do this however you need to enable the installation of unknown sources.

On the phone itself go to Settings > Security and tap the Unknown Sources option (make sure it is checked).

Step 2 – Download towelroot

Now that you have enabled the installation of unknown sources it is time to root the phone by downloading towelroot.

Open the phone browser.

Navigate to

Tap the main icon to download the APK file.

Save the APK file to your phone.

Step 3 – Root the phone

Now that you have downloaded towelroot on to the phone please run it.

On the screen that appears tap the make it ra1n option.

Wait for the rooting process to complete.

After towelroot completes you need to install SuperSU. To do this you go to the Play Store and download and install SuperSU which is a free application.

When you have downloaded SuperSU, run it and let it update itself.

Once this has been done you should successfully have root access on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM- N900A).

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