Samsung N9000Q Root File helps you root your Samsung N9000Q device powered by Android OS. As well as the Samsung N9000Q CF Auto Root File also allows you to install custom ROM and fix the DRK issue on your device.
You will find the two mirror links to download Samsung N9000Q Root File on the current page. We have shared it as a zip package, including the Odin Tool, USB Driver, and Tutorial.
Download Samsung N9000Q Root File
The Samsung root file allows you to install a custom OS (operating system) on your Samsung smartphones and tablets. If you face the issue “dm-verity verification failed” or “device does not have DRK,” the root file helps fix them.
File Name: Samsung_N9000Q_CF-Auto-Root-ha3g-ha3gjv_5.0.zip
File Size: 22 MB
How to Download: See Example
How to Use: Follow the Tutorial
How To Root My Samsung N9000Q Device?
- Firstly, download the Samsung N9000Q Root File.
- Secondly, install the Samsung USB driver on your computer.
- Thirdly, open the Odin Flash Tool. Then follow the following step.
- Now, click on AP, then locate the root file.
- Connect your device to download mode. Then follow the next step.
- After successfully connecting the device to the computer, click the “START” button.
- Wait a few seconds for the flashing root file on your device.
- After successfully flashing the root file, you will see the “pass” message.
- Click to See Full-Guidelines for the full tutorial.
[*] Recommend: We recommend downloading the root file by matching your device’s Android version. Otherwise, you may face the hanging logo issue on your device.
[*] Warranty Void: Your device warranty may void after rooting your device. Therefore we are not responsible for your device warranty. Root your device at your own risk.
[*] Scan: The root file package has no malware because we have scanned the file using the Kaspersky Antivirus before sharing it on GSM Classic.
[*] Credits: Full credits goes to Chainfire. Because they created and distributed this Samsung N9000Q CF Auto Root File.
[*] Samsung USB Driver: If you are looking for a Samsung USB driver for flashing the root file, then click here to download Samsung USB Driver.
[*] Samsung Odin Tool: If you are looking for Odin Tool for flashing the root file, then click here to download Samsung Odin Tool.
[*] Alternative: We have shared some alternative apps to root your device. i.e., Magisk Manager and King Root.