Here’s another method to root your Galaxy Note GT-N7000. This method involves using ODIN (for Windows) or Heimdall (for Linux/Mac).
This method will root ANY Galaxy Note GT-N7000 on Gingerbread (Yes, will do 2.3.4, 2.3.5, 2.3.6, 2.3.X).
Step 1. Put your Galaxy Note into download mode by holding down Volume Down, Center button, and Power button together for about 10 seconds. When you see a warning sign, hit Volume Up button.
Step 2. Connect your micro-USB cable to your Galaxy Note from your computer.
Step 3. Download ODIN program, unzip, and run it.
Step 4. You should see a yellow highlighted COM sign. If you don’t, download Samsung Kies and install it. Then plug-out and plug-in the micro-USB cable to your Galaxy Note and you should see it.
Step 5. Download Abyss Kernel and choose PDA in ODIN, then choose the downloaded kernel file AbyssNotekernel42CWTouchOriginalLogo.tar, then hit “Start”.
Download Abyss Kernel
Step 6. Your phone should reboot and you should have Superuser app and root!
This Abyss kernel also comes with overclocking enable to 1.78Ghz. To overclock your Galaxy Note, simply install SetCPU (you can Google it) and run it.Need Help? Follow/add me on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter!
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