Enjoying full capacity rooted Samsung Galaxy Note

As of right now over in the good ole US of A the Android faithful can get to play with the smartphone/mini tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note on AT&T; however if you are into tinkering with your smartphone you just might like to know that there is already a method to root the Samsung Galaxy Note available.

According to the guys over at Phandroid, US Galaxy Note owners can now root the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread handset so they can enjoy its full capacity, and the US Samsung Galaxy Note root has been made possible by the guys over at XDA-Developers.

Word is it is possible to flash XDA-Developers member Da_G’s kernel via ODIN and along with other stuff the kernel allows adb root, init.d scripts and custom boot animations.

However, there are apparently a few dangers those that wish to do this should be made aware of before proceeding, and thus the root comes with the following usual disclaimer…if you attempt this root of your AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note you do run the risk of voiding the device’s warranty and risk bricking the handset, and as such you are solely responsible.

So with that out of the way, if you wish to have a go at rooting your Galaxy Note you can of course grab all the necessary by hitting up XDA-Developers Forums where you can download all that’s required and follow the instructions, and of course if you do so we’d like to know how you get on so feel free to let us know by dropping us a line to our comments area below.

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3 thoughts on “Enjoying full capacity rooted Samsung Galaxy Note”

    1. Shahromz says:

      yes definitely.. dun get me wrong.. i used to have iphone but because of the screen size and readability on note that is good that’s why i decided to change to note..

      1. 50 says:

        I just got my Note a few days ago.  I’ve had iphones since they got out and this is my first experience owning a droid.  So far, I really like the phone but the size of it is really, really big.  I’m a big guy and so far the last few days people have laughed when I put it up to my face to make a call.  Someone said its the zack morris phone of the new generation.  Its kind of hard to type on it to.  In a nutshell, would I recommend it for someone that has used iphones.  No, not really.  I just like the way apple’s operating system works (plus mine was jailbroken) and feels.  I’m going to give it another day to play around with it and see if I really like it.  As of now, I think I’m going to return it and get the 4s since I need a new phone.  My suggetion is to go to the store and hold it in your hand and your face to see if its comfortable for you to use.

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