Root Samsung Galaxy Note
The Samsung Galaxy Note bridges the gap between a tablet and a phone, with its 5.3-inch Super-AMOLED HD display. As its name suggests, the Note is meant for taking notes on-the-go, and also comes with an S-PEN (Stylus) for making note taking easier.
The recently released Galaxy Note has already been rooted, thanks to the Zerg’s Root Exploit. Using this exploit, users can easily root their Note in a single click. This method will also not activate the custom binary counter found on the Note like the Galaxy S II.
Below are the steps to root your Samsung Galaxy Note-:
1) Before proceeding with the rooting process, please make sure that you have all the necessary drivers installed. Simply install Samsung’s KIES software, which will automatically install all the relevant drivers.
2) Download the ZergRoot exploit file from here, and extract it inside a new folder on your desktop.
3) Enable ‘USB Debugging’ on your phone. To do so, go to Settings->Applications->Development and then selecting the ‘USB Debugging’ option. Also enable the ‘Unknown Sources’ option found in the previous menu.
4) Now, double click on the ‘runme.bat’ file. A new command prompt window will then open, which will ask you if you have connected your phone or not. Connect your phone to your PC now, and then press any key so that the Zerg Root Tool can proceed to root your handset.
5) Your phone will restart during the process. When done, you will have successfully rooted your Galaxy Note.