CF-Auto-Root Available for Sprint Galaxy Note 4 on Lollipop

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Chainfire provides one of the best root methods for the Android system. His root solution is easy to apply, safe and secured and also intuitive even if we are talking about entry level users or newbies. Well, thanks to the same developer, now you can easily and safely root your Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on stock Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.

As we all know, when a new OTA is released, the firmware can be flashed only if the phone is installed with stock Android software and only if the device is locked. So, if your Sprint Galaxy Note 4 is rooted, you cannot use the OTA Lollipop roll out. But, you can use Odin and you can manually update your Samsung phone.

Well, unfortunately, if you choose to do so, root access will be revoked, which means that you will afterwards have to find a new root solution to fit with the new Lollipop firmware. Therefore, now you have this root exploit that is safely working on the new Sprint Android 5.0 system that is now running on your Galaxy Note 4.

All you have to do for ensuring root access on your Note 4 is to download CF-Auto-Root from Chainfire’s official website and to flash the root exploit through Odin – just like you do when dealing with an official firmware. That’s it; in the end, your phablet will once more be unlocked.

Do note that the root process is not official and that you will lose your Sprint and Samsung warranty once you decide to use Odin for unlocking your Android Lollipop based device. So, be careful when completing the process and if you need help, don’t hesitate and contact us as we can assist you with a detailed and dedicated step by step guide.

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Andy Stevenson

Andy is a senior editor here on Android Flagship and you can surely rely on its experience as the Android subject is more than a hobby to him. Andy is currently focusing on developing dedicated and detailed tutorials, tips and tricks, so you will be able to find its work through the “how to” section of our website. Also, don’t hesitate and contact Andy if you have questions or if you want to hear a second opinion about anything that’s related to the Android OS.