- dotTech - https://dottech.org -

How to root Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on Android 6.0.1 [Guide]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 [1]Rooting the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is when you unchain the internal system by installing the SuperSU application. The SuperSU app itself doesn’t do much to your operating system apart from granting the rooting privileges to the apps that request to have root access. That’s where being an experienced Android user comes into play, because if you allow root access to a hacker, he just might jump into your banking apps, messaging apps, and other scary places. It’s very easy not to allow that to happen, though. All you need to do is remember not to grant access to anything you cannot identify when the pop-up message appears on your display.

Root access to the Linux kernel is not for everyone. If you don’t think your name belongs on the list of should be administrators of your operating system, then don’t root the device. For everyone else, there is a ton of upside and begins with apps. There is an abundance of additional apps you can install on the Big Red’s Samsung Galaxy Note 4 after you root the device using the guide below. One app we always recommend for Samsung owners is the Titanium Backup app. As long as you don’t go crazy, you can start removing some of the system apps without causing any operating system instability. Removing some of the Samsung system apps you deem useless to yourself will give better battery performance and a faster ROM in general.

These are the instructions to root Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphones running the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update using the SuperSU application:




  1. Download the updated version of the SuperSU that works for the Verizon Note 4 smartphone from here [3].
  2. Connect the Big Red’s Galaxy Note 4 to the computer with the USB cable.
  3. Copy the updated SuperSU application to the internal storage SD card of your device.
  4. Unplug it from the computer and then reboot directly to the recovery mode and you should find your previously installed custom recovery booting up on the display.
  5. Tap on the ‘Install’ button and then browse the SD card for the SuperSU app.
  6. Choose to reboot the system once you have installed the SuperSU application.

In conclusion, that’s how to root Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphones running the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow updates.