How to Root Verizon Galaxy Note 3!

This guide will show you step-by-step how to root your SM-N900V Verizon Galaxy Note 3. This root method is going to be a little different than your usual Samsung rooting guides since Knox is included in the Verizon Galaxy Note 3.

With Samsung Knox security the Android community needed to find a work around to root the device without alerting the security software and letting Samsung know you modified your device some way.  

Currently this guide will root your Verizon Galaxy Note 3, but there is still no way of installing a custom recovery (CWM/TWRP) yet. Once the Android community finds a way I will be releasing a guide on this site, so stayed tuned!

Follow the guide below to root the Verizon Galaxy Note 3!

This will delete EVERYTHING from your phone! BACK IT UP!

1. Remove external SD card from your phone if you have one.

2. Now enter into Download Mode by turning off your phone. Then press and hold the volume down, power button, and home button at the same time. You will get to a screen to ask you to press the volume up to continue, press it. 

3. Now plug in your microUSB to your phone and the USB cable to your computer. 

4. Download and extract Root_de_la_Vega-SM-N900V.7z using the link below: 

Download Root_de_la_Vega-SM-N900V.7z
5. In that extracted folder you will get "Odin3 v3.09", open it. Then select "AP" and locate and select "Root_de_la_Vega.tar.md5" file. This file was in the same extracted folder as Odin. 

Also in Odin a blue box should be shown under the ID:COM text. If there is not a blue box download and install Samsung USB drivers

6. Now click "Start" at the bottom of Odin. This process will take 5-10 minutes so be PATIENT! Do not touch your phone! After the process is complete your Galaxy Note 3 will automatically reboot in the normal state.

7. Now unzip, this file is located in the extracted "Root_de_la_Vega-SM-N900V" folder. 

8. With your phone still plugged in transfer "" and "root_files" (folder) to your phone. NOTE: Do not transfer these files into a folder, just the general phone directory! 

9. Now reboot your phone by holding the power button and then selecting restart. 

10. With your phone plugged into your computer delete both "" and "root_files" (folder) from your phone. 

11. Again, fully reboot (repeat step 9). 

12. Once your phone is fully booted up your done. Your Galaxy Note 3 should now have SuperSU installed and you can use rooted apps like Titanium Backup! 

Credits - XDA

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