How to Root Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition!

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For those of you with the latest Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition with model number SM-P600, here’s how to root your Note 10.1.

Step 1. Power off your Note 10.1 2014 Edition then hold down Volume Down and Power buttons together for about 3 seconds until you see warning screen.



Step 2. Hit Volume Up button to enter ODIN Download mode and connect a micro-USB cable from your Note 10.1 2014 Edition to your computer.


Step 3. Download and unzip



Step 4. Double-click on file “Odin3 v3.09.exe” in Odin309 directory.


Step 5. You should see a blue-highlighted box with a random COM number.  If you don’t see this, download and install Samsung USB drivers.  Then unplug and re-plug your micro-USB cable, you should see it now.


Step 6. DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING ELSE and choose “AP”.  Then browse and find the file “autorootp600mj4.tar.md5”.  Then hit “Start”.




Step 7. Once ODIN finishes, you will see “RESET!” and “PASS!”.  Then you have successfully installed the file which roots your Note 10.1.  If you get stuck for some reason during ODIN, try another USB cable/port and also make sure you are not using a USB hub (such as USB 3.0 hub).

Once rebooted, you should find SuperSU app.  Congrats, you’ve successfully rooted your Note 10.1 2014 Edition!


Step 8. We need to reflash the stock recovery so go ahead and repeat Step 1 and 2 to put your Note 10.1 into ODIN download mode.


Step 9. Run ODIN again, choose “AP” then find the file “stockrecoverymj4.tar.md5”.   Then hit “Start”.


Step 10. Once this is done, your Note 10.1 2014 Edition will reboot and you can verify full root by installing and running Titanium Backup app.


Step 11. This is optional.  If you want to get rid of annoying KNOX notices, you can use Titanium Backup app to backup all KNOX apps then uninstall them like I did.  You can restore the KNOX apps if for some reason you need to update the tablet with stock updates.



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39 Responses to How to Root Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition!

  1. girish says:

    Hi max….Is there any way you can install 4.3 ROM of note 10.1 2014 edition on original note 10.1

  2. Hector says:

    hay max is they an unroot for the note 10.1 2014 edition.

  3. CXS says:

    Can you tell me if these steps work with model SM-P601 ?

  4. JOHN says:

    Somebody knows if this firmware works with SM-P600 version P600UEUBMK1 with changelist 2040736???
    Because the files says autorootp600mj4.tar SEE the part that say MJ4 and the last update is MK1.

  5. Larry says:

    The directions to root the device was easy and worked like a charm! If I ever do need to unroot the device, will there be follow up directions, also?

    Thank you!

  6. su says:

    Looking for way to root P605 . Preferred method : SuperSu + CWM . I refuse to use CF Auto root , Autoroot , or DeLaVega . Anybody ?

  7. Szalkerous says:

    Does this rooting method trigger the KNOX warranty eFuse?

  8. Maximus says:

    How can I root my GN10.1 2014 with Macbook pro intend of a windows machine?

  9. George says:

    I did the flash of the recover stock ROM about three times and when I try to update I get a message, “that this device has been modified and so will not be updated.” After the rooting when in download mode the warranty counter has a 1 after it. Since I didn’t check it before I did the rooting, I am assuming that is was 0 and now. Also it says custom now. Let me know if you get different results. I am wondering if flashing with a different stock ROM then my favorite Android guy gave us to use will alleviate the inability to update. Seems to be a work in progress. Now I am wondering since this puppy has micro USB port a USB Jig can be use to take care the counter etc. Is it safe to use the USB Jig in an attempt to change the counter such as if it doesn’t work, no harm just no results? Anyone know the answer?

  10. Bob says:

    Hello there, question, is this compatible with SM-P605

  11. James says:

    I get all the way through to pass on olden but there is no superuser on my device. Please help me! There is beer in it for you.

  12. dr3do says:

    I’m searching a way to root a PM605 with MJ9 firmware… As I tried to google it, the “de la vega way” seems not to work with actual ROM. Any idea/advice?

  13. Faisal says:

    If I skip the custom recovery section and download something like TWRP after rooting, would that still work ?!

  14. ap says:

    Samsung galaxy note 10.1 2014 edition SM-P601 CWM recovery help

  15. lala021592 says:

    just did it.. and its great.. thanks max 🙂

  16. John says:

    Excellent! Worked like a charm!

  17. mo jo says:

    Rooting worked fine but flashing the stock recovery fails.

  18. Martin says:

    I followed the steps and rooted my device previously encrypted… it doesn’t boot 🙁
    Get stuck after the first password prompt forever (it gets asked twice) and it doesn’t boot at all.
    Im still looking for a solution, if anyone has it please let me know….
    In the meantime, if your device is encrypted NOT ROOT IT.

  19. tBakke says:

    So.. tried this root with a freshly bought 10.1 2014 edition tablet.
    Now my device doesn’t even completely boot.
    It starts the samsung intro thing with the blue circle, but after the circle is gone, samsung stays on the screen and nothing happens..

    Great.. just great.. Now what the feck do i do?

  20. mohamed says:

    i just update my note 10.1 wifi edition to kitkat then i tried to root i done everything in the vedio but when i check superSU it gives me a msg saying su binary not installed try a manual rooting help please

  21. kevin says:

    Can this work on SM_P601?. Thanks
    That is my model number…

  22. Pol says:

    Does it works on the lastest 4.4.2 Stock ROM ?

  23. Logan says:

    Can you root the tablet if you have android version 4.4?

  24. BodyMarks says:

    Hi Max, thanks for the root guide. Question, after I run odin and the rooting file I boot back up, install titaniumbackup and it says I don’t have root with the following msg: su binary not installed and tt can’t install it. Could you give some guidance on what I can do to get root? I tried odin another time but same results. samsung note 10.1 2014, model SM-P600. Thanks for your help.

  25. Art says:

    Same thing as Body marks. “no su binary installed”

  26. bely says:

    Hi Guys,how to root note 10.1 2014 edition after update to kitkat?
    Thx for answer 🙂

  27. Waqar Ahmad says:

    How to root SM-P605??? Please need the help of you guys… thanks 🙂

  28. Maggie says:

    Hi – this didn’t work for me – I got a “It said there is no SU binary installed, and superSU cannot install it.” error could you please tell me how to undo it? Thanks

  29. Chas says:

    Hi Max

    When are you going to review custom roms for galaxy note 10.1 2014 SM P607T?

  30. luka says:

    guys help me it stucks at file analysis and setup connection
    i already rooted it but i flashed it with original rom and now i can’t root it again

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