How to

How To Root SM-N910T Galaxy Note 4 Using CF Auto Root

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4
Written by Hassan Abbas

Do you want to Root SM-N910T Galaxy Note 4 using CF Auto Root? T-Mobile always becomes the most friendly carrier when it comes to the hackability of Android devices. Well, some Android carriers in the US sell devices with locked bootloader, T-Mobile sells its mobile devices as bootloader unlocked making it simpler or easier for users to root their device. Also, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 also comes with an unlocked bootloader that you can root easily via CF Auto Root by Chainfire.

What is CF Auto Root? Well, it is a rooting tool designed by the popular developer Chainfire for rooting Galaxy devices. Also, it uses Chainfire’s own SuperSU app to organize superuser permissions for ADB and apps.

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 executes on the APQ8084 chipset using Qualcomm which compatible LTE bands, besides the international Exynos 5 variant. Also, it’s less painful for manufactures to root and make custom ROMs on devices that are running Qualcomm chipsets as the company launches source code. However, Galaxy doesn’t launch source code for its Exynos chipsets and also unsupported with AOSP based custom ROMs.

There are several advantages to rooting an Android device. Also, you would be able to fully erase bloatware from your Note 4 using root access, providing better performance and good battery life on the device. Alternatively, there are many apps on the Play store that takes benefit of root access on your mobile and help turbo boost the productivity of your device.

Root Package
Name CF Auto Root One Click Tool
Warranty Void Warranty.
Stability Stable Without Any Issues
Root Manager App SuperSU. It organizes root permissions for apps on the device.
Credits Chainfire.

Caution!

The warranty might be invalid of your device if you follow the same process provided on this page. Also, you are responsible for your device. We can’t be responsible if any damage occurs to your device and/or its parts.

How To Root T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910T

Before you initiate with the article steps below, remember your mobile device is charged properly— at least 50 to 60% battery of the device.

Step 1: Check Mobile Version

If you want to ensure that your device is eligible with this. Then confirm its version no. in the ‘About device’ option at the bottom of Settings. An alternative way to confirm version no. is by viewing for it on the packaging box of your mobile device. It must be SM-N910T!

This article is specifically for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with version no. SM-N910T. You don’t use the method mentioned here on any other Samsung device or any other company.

 Step 2: Take Proper Backup

Back up confidential data and stuff before you initiate playing around here as there are chances you probably lose your app-data and apps, files on the internal memory, too.

Step 3: Install Newest Driver

Simply take a proper and working driver installed on your Windows PC to successfully root your Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Step 4: Installation Steps

Downloads

Simply download the CF Auto Root file provided below and move it to a separate folder on your PC.

CF Auto Root File

Download Link | File name: CF-Auto-Root-trltetmo-trltetmo-smn910t.zip (25 MB)

Commands:

Important Note: Backup confidential files saved on the internal SD card of your device, so that when a situation arises it needs you to do a factory reset after rooting, which probably remove internal sd card too, your files will remain safe on a computer.

Step 1:

Initially, extract or unzip the CF-Auto-Root-trltetmo-trltetmo-smn910t.zip, CF-Auto-Root file on your PC (using 7-zip free software, preferably)Then you’ll get the required files:

  • CF-Auto-Root-trltetmo-trltetmo-smn910t.tar.md5
  • Odin3-v3.07.exe
  • Odin3.ini
  • tmax.dll
  • zlib.dll
Step 2:

Then disconnect the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from the computer once connected.

Step 3:

Double-tap the Odin3-v3.07.exe file to open Odin.

Step 4:

Now boot your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 into Download Mode:

  • Switch off your mobile-first and wait a while after the display is off.
  • Hit and hold these 3 buttons simultaneously until you view Warning! screen: Volume Down + Power + Home.
  • Hit Volume Up now to continue to Download Mode.
Step 5:

Now connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to the computer. However, Odin window will display an Added!! the message under the left box.

If you don’t get the Added! message, then these are some troubleshooting tips:

  • Remember you have installed driver for Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
  • In case, if you already installed driver, then uninstall them and again install it.
  • Connect using various USB ports on your computer.
  • Try another USB cable. However, the original cable that came with your mobile should work well, if not, try any other cable that’s new and good quality.
  • Reboot your mobile and computer and then try again.
Step 6:

Then load the recovery file (that is unzipped in Step 1) into Odin:

Tap on the PDA button on Odin and choose the CF-Auto-Root-trltetmo-trltetmo-smn910t.tar.md5 file.

Step 7:

Well, in the Option section of Odin, remember that Re-Partition box is unmarked.

Step 8:

Also, Double-check the above two steps.

Step 9:

Tap the Start button to initiate flashing CF-Auto-root on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and wait a while until you view a PASS! message in Odin’s top left box.

Step 10:

Once you get either RESET! or PASS! message, your mobile will reboot into recovery and root your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and again rebegin automatically. Then disconnect your mobile from PC.

If you view FAIL message rather than the RESET or PASS in Odin’s located in the top left box, that’s an issue. Try this now: then disconnect your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from the computer, close Odin, erase the phone’s battery, and put it back inside in few seconds. Head over to Odin and then repeat from Step 3 of this article again.

Also, when the device is Stuck during setup connection or on any other situation, then too, try this: remove your Galaxy Note 4 from PC, leave Odin, erase phone’s battery and put it back inside in few seconds, then head over to Odin and then repeat from Step 3 of this article again.

NOTE: It might happen that your mobile doesn’t automatically boot into recovery and root your device. In that situation follow the procedure rather than that in Step 7, Auto Reboot option is un-marked and then the steps below:

  • Remove the battery and put it back into it.
  • Then boot your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 into Recovery Mode: Hit and hold these 3 buttons simultaneously: Volume Up + Power + Home.
  • Now, this will initiate the whole rooting process and again reboot the phone automatically when the process is done.

That’s all!

Conclusion:

So that’s all about “Root SM-N910T Galaxy Note 4”. If you think that it is helpful then do let us know your suggestions in the comment section below. Have you found any other alternative that we can’t cover in this article? Comment us below!

Also, for any difficulty ask us without any hesitation!

Till then! Stay Safe 🥰

Also Read:

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

Leave a Comment