Anyone looking to remove the system apps without having to use the Titanium backup app might want to look at the System App Remover application instead. It’s very common for an OEM or smartphone manufacturer like Samsung to load a device with their own features after they get given a pure and stock Android operating system. It would be great if Android didn’t allow to happen, but they do so we live with the issue. One of the main reasons the problem is bearable is because we can root our devices and then uninstall these system apps ourselves, giving our operating systems a faster user interface, as well as increasing our devices battery life.
These are the instructions to root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo SM-N7508V on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean using the CF-Auto-Root app by Chainfire.
- The following guide is written with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo with the SM-N7508V model number in mind. You will need to use that same model number, or else you risk bricking your device and doing permanent damage. You can double-check the model number of your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo by tapping on the Settings > About Device > Model Number.
- You must have a Windows computer to follow this guide and rooting using the Odin application for your desktop.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
- Download and install the Samsung USB Drivers on your computer so the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone can be detected by the Odin flashing tool. In most cases the flashing tool will not detect your device unless you install the drivers.
- Unlock the Developer Options menu if you do not have it currently unlocked on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone by tapping on the Settings > About Device > Build Number a minimum of seven times. Just continue tapping until it says you are using the device as a developer now — that’s letting you know that you will find the Developer Options menu available now from the settings.
- Enter the Developer Options menu and then enable the USB Debugging Mode on the Note 3 smartphone y tapping on the Settings > Developer Options and then checking the box that is there for the USB Debugging Mode. Leave the Developer Options menu and it will remember the settings you wanted thanks to the handy work of the Android operating system automatically.
HOW TO ROOT SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 3 NEO SM-N7508V ON ANDROID 4.3 JELLY BEAN
- Download the updated CF-Auto-Root package for the Note 3 Neo N7508V on Android 4.3 from here.
- Extract the rooting package to the desktop of the computer.
- Boot the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo smartphone into the download mode and then connect it to the computer with the USB cable.
- Check that you have a yellow or blue ID: COM port from the Odin user interface letting you know the drivers are working, and the device is detected.
- Click the AP button and upload the rooting file from the desktop.
- Click the Start button from the Odin user interface and then wait until you get a pass message inside a green box from the Odin user interface.
In conclusion, that is how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo smartphones with the SM-N7508V model number running the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean a software updated using an updated version of the CF-Auto-Root tool.