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For those of you who want an easier/quicker method to root your Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000/GT-N8013, you can install the “High On Android” ClockworkMod Recovery on your Galaxy Note 10.1. This will allow you to install, backup, and restore ROMs and also flash zip files so you can root your GT-N8000/GT-N8013/GT-N8010.
UPDATE: This root method works for both 3G and Wifi Note 10.1, GT-N8000 or GT-N8013 or GT-N8010. If your model number starts with any of those model numbers, you can use this method fine.
This root method works for all ICS and Jelly Bean. (Android 4.0.3, 4.0.4, 4.1.1)
This root method does increase your binary counter (unlike the other root method) but I wouldn’t worry so much as ChainFire the developer of Triangle Away app (app that resets the binary counter) is pretty quick about supporting new devices (so in the near future it should be possible to reset it easily).
Also, if you don’t see a firmware listed for your Galaxy Note 10.1 for the other root method and you don’t want to flash another country’s firmware, you can use this method and safely root without changing your firmware.
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(Don’t have unzipping program? Download and install 7Zip first.)
Q: Can I get OTA (over-the-air) updates after using this root method?
A: Yes, to get OTA updates after using this root method, you will have to re-flash the stock recovery using ODIN. (Same as you did with ClockworkMod Recovery, easy to do.)
Q: I don’t see ClockworkMod Recovery when I enter recovery, I see stock Android recovery.
A: With newer software updates, you may be encountering this error because it will overwrite ClockworkMod Recovery upon reboot. To get around this, simply boot into ClockworkMod Recovery right after flashing in ODIN. You can set auto-reboot off in ODIN then when done, just hold down Power and Volume Down straight to bootloader menu.
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