Anyone who is an advanced Android user and looking to see just how far we can go with root access will likely want to take a look at the SetCPU application. The SetCPU app does what the name implies and allows users like yourselves to clock the central processing unit to the speed of your choice. When we open our devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone out of the box, our central processing units are clocked somewhere in between what would be ideal for speed and battery life. I’m sure some other factors play out with the settings too, but those are the main two choices you have to make with the SetCPU app. No longer do you have to settle for having a device that is clocked to be mediocre at everything.You can tweak the CPU so that it is performing at its best for battery or its best for hardware performance. Just make sure you do not play around with your CPU unless you know a lot about hardware and more specifically what kind of punishment your hardware can take or else you risk bricking your device.
These are the instructions to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910T3 smartphones on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop updates by using an updated version of the old CF-Auto-Root tool and a computer that is running a Windows operating system.
- You must use this guide with the SM-N910T3 version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone and not any other. You can check out the version of yours by looking at the model number from the Settings app > About Device > Model Number.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
- Unlock the Developer Options menu on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet by tapping on the Settings application > About Device > Build Number. Continue tapping until it says that you are using the Note 4 device as a developer. You’ll need to keep your hands out of the way to catch the brief message appearing or else you will miss it.
- Now we need to enter the Developer Options menu we just unlocked and then check the box available for the USB Debugging Mode. You can do that now by heading back to the home screen and then tap on the Settings app > Developer Options > USB Debugging.
- Download the Samsung USB Drivers for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone directly to the computer you are using in the guide and install them before you open the Odin application.
HOW TO ROOT SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 4 SM-N910T3 RUNNING Android 5.1.1 LOLLIPOP
- Download the updated CF-Auto-Root package for the Note 4 N910T3 on Android 5.1.1 from here.
- Extract the rooting package to the desktop by copying the file to the desktop and then right-clicking and following the prompts to get extract to the desktop.
- Double-click the Odin package that is on the desktop and wait for the flashing tool’s user interface to open.
- Connect the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 device to the computer in download mode.
- Click the AP button from the Odin user interface and then browse the desktop for the rooting package.
- Click the Start button and then wait until you get a green box with a pass message inside letting you know that your Note 4 is now rooted.
In conclusion, that is how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910T3 smartphones running on the current Android 5.1.1 Lollipop software updates by using a newer version of the CF-Auto-Root tool by Chainfire.