If you plan on flashing a slew of times during your tenure with a rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 10, we recommend you check out the Flashify application to help you with your flashing needs. Flashing makes flashing from your custom recovery very easy and efficient, allowing you to set up queues of files for flashing so they can repeatedly flash by themselves without you having to load each one. Flashify works well with zip files, boot images, custom kernels, any mods, recovery images and anything else you generally want to flash when tinkering with the operating system.
- The following guide is made for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition running on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update. The guide should work for all versions of the SM-P600 running on Android 5.1.1, regardless of your firmware build number.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
- Enable the USB Debugging Mode from the Settings on your Galaxy Note 10.1 device by tapping on the Menu > Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode.
HOW TO ROOT SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10.1 2014 SM-P600 RUNNING ON THE ANDROID 5.1.1 LOLLIPOP UPDATE
- Download the updated CF-Auto-Root file for the Note 10.1 P600 from here.
- Drag the file from the default downloads folder over to the desktop.
- Right-click the mouse over the file and choose the “extract here” option from the menu.
- You will see the Odin flash tool and the rooting files in the same folder, right-click the Odin and choose to run it is an administrator.
- Boot the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in download mode and then connect it to the computer with the USB cable.
- Wait for a few seconds and then click the AP button you see from the Odin user-interface.
- Upload the rooting file for the Note 10.1 ending in the tar.md5 extension.
- Do not many any adjustments to the default settings you can see from the Odin user-interface.
- Click the Start button and the Odin flashing app will now root your device with the CF-Auto-Root package.
- Wait until you get the pass message from the Odin user-interface and your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 device then reboots directly to recovery mode where it will finish the job.
In conclusion, that’s how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 SM-P600 running on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop software update. Any device that does not boot into recovery mode after the flashing competes will need to reach the recovery mode manually before the rooting guide will have worked.