CF-Auto-Root Available for Galaxy Note Edge

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Galaxy Note Edge is a great Android based smartphone that comes with a unique design. Now, if you bought the phone, then you should learn how to properly use it, as when talking about Android based devices the design is not the most important thing. Thus, you should know that a new one click root method is available for your Note Edge as Chainfire released his CF-Auto-Root exploit for the Korean models of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge.

Android OS is fully customizable which means that you can anytime personalize, improve and tweak it. So, on your Galaxy Note Edge you can perform essential changes for removing factory restrictions, bloatware and other security features that are slowing down your phone. Also, you can spice things up by improving the Android experience through a custom ROM or through other custom operations.

But, for being able to do so, first root access must be ensured. That’s why this new CF-Auto-Root release is so important to us. As mentioned Chainfire managed to develop a compatible one click root method for the Galaxy Note Edge, which means that you can anytime consider in unlocking your new phablet.

The root exploit will easily work for your device as all you have to do will be to flash the root exploit through Odin. So, the root process will now be similar with an update operation. Do note that the warranty of your Note Edge will get void while using CF-Auto-Root, so be careful when using the root exploit.

Also remember that for now CF-Auto-Root is available only for the Korean models of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge – which comes with the model number of SM-915S. Thus, fort similar variants of the phablet you will have to use other root procedures, or you will have to wait for a new release of Chainfire’s highly appreciated tool.

You can download the root exploit from this page.

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Andy Stevenson

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