Owners of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 devices and variants of the device might be interested to learn that a friendly root has now been published over on the XDA Developers forums by an anonymous source.
With the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and variants package you can now achieve root access on the stock firmware and revert to an older firmware without tripping the KNOX flags.
The new root access packages was designed for the AT&T variant of the device but also supports SM-N900W8, the SM-N9000Q, and SM-N9005, with the N900W8, N900V and N9005. However the N9000Q not yet working.
For more information on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and variants root access and to get started jump over to the publication on the XDA forums via this link. Enjoy!
Please note : ** “It is very important to note that while rooting and downgrading the stock firmware in this manner does not trigger KNOX, flashing a custom recovery will trigger it. Furthermore, rooting will make the system report as custom and display an unlocked lock on your initial lock screen. However, this can be removed by installing Xposed Framework and the Wanam Xposed module, and enabling Security Hacks -> Fake System Status. “ explains the XDA website.
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