How to root Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F LTE in Android 4.4.4 KitKat [Guide]

Samsung-Galaxy-Note-2If you are the owners of the N910F LTE variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and are running the Android 4.4.4 KitKat software update, you can easily follow the guide below to gain root access. After you have gained root, you can install custom ROMs, application from Google Play and other sources that wouldn’t usually work, reduce the amount of bloatware on the device, speed up the internals and much more. Learn how to do all that on your Note after the jump.


  • You must have the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with model number SM-N910F LTE to follow this guide. The reason is the files are only made for that model number. Check your model by navigating to the About Device menu from the Settings on the phone.
  • You want to be running Android 4.4.4 KitKat software and not the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop. We cannot assure Google didn’t patch the exploit we are using in this guide and that’s why it’s written for the last stage of KitKat.


  • You can only follow the guide if you have a Windows PC. Do not install the files on Mac or any other operating system. They don’t work unless it’s Windows.
  • You should download the latest Samsung USB Drivers for mobile phones from our downloads page. Scroll down the list until you get to the Sammy name. Remember to restart the computer after installing the drivers or else the drivers won’t kick into effect.
  • Applying the steps below will void the warranty if you have some left. Install an unroot app from Google Play and take away the root access to gain the warranty again. Then you’ll be able to send it away for free repairs.


  1. Download the CF-Auto-Root package from this page here.
    – use the desktop of the computer.
  2. Download the Odin you need here.
    – use the desktop again.
  3. Extract both the files to the desktop by right-clicking over the zipped file and choosing extract.
  4. Run the Odin application so it’s waiting on the desktop and open.
  5. Put the Note 4 LTE in Download Mode.
  6. Press the Power button once again when you get to the warning triangle.
  7. Connect the Note with the USB cable to the computer.
  8. Click the PDA button and search for the Odin file to upload.
  9. Make sure the re-partition box is left empty.
  10. Click the start button and wait for up to 15 minutes.

It will reboot the phone when done. Then you can disconnect from the PC properly and start taking over your device again by signing into your Google account. Now visit the Google Play store and start downloading apps that require root access. You might want to install the root checker application.

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