If you have updated your Galaxy Note 4 model SM-N910C on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow N910CXXU2DPCB firmware then we have a great news for you. Now you can root Galaxy Note 4 on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, thanks to Chainfire’s Auto-Root package. The stock firmware is always modification free and removes root access on updating because it’s the basic requirement to update the stock firmware on any device. In this detailed tutorial we have mentioned each step to root your Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910C on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow firmware. Before we move ahead for the rooting process lets see what you can do with a rooted device.
What you can do with a rooted device (Benefits)
There are multiple thing you can perform with a rooted Android device some of them are listed below.
Remove Bloatware: The key benefit of rooting is that you can remove unwanted system apps, which is called bloatware. Removing bloatware leads to less memory consumption and great battery backup, in fact you can perform tons of modification within your device.
Overclocking CPU: A rooted device let’s you install custom kernels to over clock CPU frequency to enhance device performance. Sometimes you want to install custom recovery and rooting is the basic demand for that operation.
How to root Android 6.0.1 N910CXXU2DPCB Marshmallow on Galaxy Note 4 N910C
Before you begin:
Disclaimer: This guide includes rooting your device. The writer is not responsible for any damage happens to your device during the whole operation neither we are forcing you to perform such operation.
Create a Backup of your Samsung device
Backup is the most necessary part for your device, so we recommend you to create a secure backup of your data.
You need to prepare your device for the root process, follow the below perquisites steps to keep the recovery installation process smooth without facing errors.
Keep your battery charged or at least your device should contain at least 80% charge before the flashing operation.
Android USB drivers for your device should be installed on your PC, or you can download USB drivers for Samsung
Enable USB debugging and check the Allow Mock Locations option too. To enable USB debugging in your device go to Setting >> Developer options >> USB debugging. USB debugging is meant for the development purpose hence it will ask you for the confirmation so tap OK to confirm.
Sometimes “Developer options” are not visible in device settings menu, so what you need to do is, go to Settings >> About device >> Software information and there you will see an option build number. Tap it 7 times until a pop up arises with a message that you are now a developer, that’s it now go back and the Developers option is visible in the settings menu
Once you done with the above preparations now it’s time to root Galaxy Note 4 N910C on N910CXXU2DPCB. Just go ahead and follow the steps in sequence to avoid any issue while running root process on Galaxy Note 4 N910C.
Process to root Galaxy Note 4 N910C on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow N910CXXU2DPCB firmware via Odin
Download CF-Auto-Root for SM-N910C
To root your Galaxy Note 4 N910C, you need to download and extract Odin flash tool on PC. You can download Odin 3.10.6 from the below provided link.
Download Odin 3.10.6 [Just extract it]
Click the Odin.exe file in the extracted folder to run the Odin tool.
Now turn off your device and boot into Download Mode. Now turn on your device again by pressing and holding Home Button+Volume Down +Power Key simultaneously until you see a warning logo now press Volume up to boot your device into Download Mode.
Download Mode is the zone where you perform the installation related stuff, now connect your phone to your PC via USB cable.
You will be given the successful connection notification. The ID:COM box will turn Blue indicating that your device is now detected by Odin.
Now click the Option Tab in the Odin screen and make sure “Auto Reboot” & “F.Reset Time” options are checked on Odin.
Once done with the above steps now we are coming back to the main task, click the AP tab and choose the .tar file you download above.
Now just click Start and wait for the installation process until completed.
You will see a “PASS” message in the ID:COM box once the root process is done by Odin.
Your device will reboot itself.
That’s it! You have successfully rooted your Galaxy Note 4 N910C on N910CXXU2DPCB Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. If you have any query you are free to ask, please give us +1 or Like to say thanks.