How to root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N7507 on Android 4.3 [Guide]

Samsung Galaxy Note 3File Explorers are common commodities for regular Android users who like to delve a little deeper into the operating system than just opening a web browser and messaging application every now and again. File Explorers can also be popular tools to root some devices depending on your rooting method. As far as File Explorers go, there are many to choose from, and one of the best is the ES File Explorer. The upside of using the EF File Explorer comes when you decide to root the device and take advantage of the advanced features that are up for grabs. You do not have to have root access to start using this app, though, because it’s available for non-rooted users to check out too. The only difference is your user experience will be more limited.

These are the instructions to root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N7507 smartphones running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean software updates by using the CF-Auto-Root tool so you can star installing root apps like the EF File Explorer.


  • The following guide following guide is made for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 with the SM-N7507 model number. Do not flash the files in this guide on a device with a different model number or the developer states that it will most likely brick the device. The Cf-Auto-Root tools are made for specific model number unless otherwise advised by a professional.
  • You must have a computer that is running a version of Windows operating system to use this guide or else you will not get the flashing tool we are using to work on the desktop. No flashing tool means no root access unless you want to install a custom recovery and try installing the SuperSU on your device.


  • Download and install the Samsung USB Drivers on your computer that works for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 to be properly connected to during the guide.
  • Unlock the Developer Options by navigating to the Settings icon > About Device > Tap the Build Number area for at least seven times and you will eventually get a message on the display saying that you are now using the device as a developer — which of course means the Developer Options menu is now available.
  • Enter the Developer Options menu and turn on the USB Debugging Mode from the options by navigating to the Settings icon > Developer Options > checking the box that is available for the USB Debugging Mode. Navigate out of the Developer Options menu now and the operating system will remember your preferences.


  1. Download the updated CF-Auto-Root tool for the Note 3 N7505 on Android 4.3 from here.
  2. Extract the rooting file to the desktop of the computer.
  3. Boot the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone into the download mode and connect it to the computer with the USB cable.
  4. Double-click the Odin executable file that is on your desktop and the flashing tool will open so you can see the user interface.
  5. Check that you can see a yellow or blue light coming from the ID: COM port on the Odin user interface letting you know the drivers are working.
  6. Click the AP button and browse the desktop of the rooting package.
  7. Select the Start button and wait until you get a green pass box from the Odin user interface.

In conclusion, that is how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N7505 running on the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean updates by using Chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root tool and a Windows computer.

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