How to root Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE P605 on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean [Guide]

Note 3 10.1Android 4.3 Jelly Bean comes with a range of features including restricted profiles, Bluetooth smart support, improved support for multiple languages, a new dial pad and more. if you want to expose your device to even more performance, new features and potentially a new theme, you should unchain the internal hardware so it’s opening up to it’s real potential.


  • Follow the guide if you have the model number P605 of the Galaxy Note 10.1 only. Do not use the guide unless it’s the LTE variant.
  • We only recommend following this guide if you have checked you are running Android 4.23 from the About Device menu. We cannot be sure this same exploit will last forever.


  • Download the Samsung USB Drivers for mobile phones from our link. You can also use other third-party sources or head over to the official downloads page from the Samsung website.
  • You might need to unlock the hidden developer options menu by tapping the build number seven times. That same build number is available from the Settings menu. Once done, you can find the Developer Options menu from the Settings.
  • Enter the Developer Options menu and enable the USB Debugging Mode so you are able to connect the smartphone to the computer without any worries.
  • You are voiding the warranty by following this guide. In fact, you’
  • You’ll find nearly all of Chainfire’s work voids the warranty and trips Knox if your device has Knox. There’s a new rooting method available from the Samsung Galaxy S6 that manages to not trip the Knox security. However, that isn’t available for this earlier tablet.


  1. Download Chainfire’s trusty CF-Root file here.
  2. Download the version of Odin you want from here.
  3. Completely power down the tablet by holding down the power key for about 10 seconds.
  4. Boot the same tablet in Download Mode: Power + Home + Volume Down and release when you see the warning triangle or Android logo.
  5. Press the Power key one more time and you’ll enter the Download Mode.
  6. Connect the tablet to the same computer where you downloaded the files above.
  7. With the Odin app open, click the PDA button and browse the desktop for the file. You’ll only see this file after extracting the zip file on the desktop. The executable file is inside.
  8. Click the Start button and your device will begin the flashing.
  9. Wait until the tablet reboots automatically before taking control of your Google account once again.

Awesome! Now you are ready to start thinking about installing a custom recovery image such as TWRP or CWM. That way you can flash a custom ROM and take a NANDroid backup for the first time.

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