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Galaxy Note ICS 4.0.4 Root


How to Root Your Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4




If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 with the official Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) 4.0.4 firmware, you might want to root your device to gain more control and customization options. Rooting is the process of gaining administrative access to your device, which allows you to install custom ROMs, kernels, mods, and apps that require root privileges. However, rooting also voids your warranty and may brick your device if done incorrectly, so proceed with caution and at your own risk.


In this article, we will show you how to root your Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4 using a simple and safe method that does not require flashing any custom recovery or kernel. This method is based on the CF-Root tool developed by XDA Recognized Developer Chainfire, which is a modified kernel that includes SuperSU (a superuser app), CWM (ClockworkMod recovery), and CWM Manager (a recovery management app). You will need a Windows PC, a USB cable, and the following files:


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  • The CF-Root kernel file for your firmware version. You can download it from [here] or [here]. Make sure you choose the correct file for your firmware version, which you can check by going to Settings > About phone > Build number on your device. For example, if your build number is XXLRQ, you need the file named CF-Root-SGN_XX_OXA_LRQ-v6.4-CWM5.zip.



  • The Odin flash tool, which is used to flash the kernel file to your device. You can download it from [here].



  • The Samsung USB drivers for your device, which are needed for Odin to recognize your device. You can download them from [here].



Once you have downloaded the files, follow these steps to root your Galaxy Note:


  • Extract the CF-Root kernel file and the Odin flash tool to separate folders on your PC.



  • Install the Samsung USB drivers on your PC and reboot it.



  • Turn off your Galaxy Note and boot it into download mode by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power buttons simultaneously until you see a warning screen. Then press Volume Up to confirm.



  • Connect your Galaxy Note to your PC via USB cable. Odin should detect your device and show a yellow or blue box with a COM port number.



  • On Odin, click on the PDA button and browse to the folder where you extracted the CF-Root kernel file. Select the .tar file and make sure that only Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options are checked.



  • Click on Start and wait for Odin to flash the kernel file to your device. You should see a green PASS message when it is done.



  • Your Galaxy Note will reboot automatically and you should see a red Android logo followed by a blue CWM logo on the screen. This means that the CF-Root kernel has been installed successfully and you have rooted your device.



  • You can now disconnect your Galaxy Note from your PC and enjoy the benefits of rooting. You can access CWM recovery by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power buttons simultaneously when your device is turned off. You can also use CWM Manager app to manage your recovery options from within Android.



Congratulations! You have successfully rooted your Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4 using the CF-Root method. You can now explore the various possibilities that rooting offers, such as installing custom ROMs, kernels, mods, and apps that require root access. However, be careful not to flash anything that is not compatible with your device or firmware version, as it may cause serious problems or even brick your device. Always make a backup of your data before making any changes to your system and follow the instructions carefully.


References




  • [CF-Root for SGN - Downloads]



  • [CF-Root-SGN_XX_OXA_LRQ-v6.4-CWM5.zip]



  • [Odin3-v1.85.zip]



  • [SAMSUNG_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones.exe]



In this section, we will show you some examples of what you can do with your rooted Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4. These are just some of the many possibilities that rooting offers, so feel free to explore and experiment with your device. Installing Custom ROMs




One of the main reasons why people root their devices is to install custom ROMs, which are modified versions of Android that offer different features, performance, and aesthetics. Custom ROMs can give you a new look and feel for your device, as well as improve its speed, battery life, and functionality. However, not all custom ROMs are compatible with your device or firmware version, so you need to do some research before flashing any ROM to your device.


There are many custom ROMs available for the Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4, but one of the most popular ones is the [Paranoid Android] ROM, which is based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and offers a unique hybrid mode that allows you to switch between phone and tablet UIs on the fly. It also has many other features, such as per-app DPI settings, pie controls, halo notifications, and more. You can download the latest version of Paranoid Android for the Galaxy Note from [here].


To install Paranoid Android on your Galaxy Note, you will need to follow these steps:


  • Download the Paranoid Android ROM zip file and the Google Apps (GApps) zip file from the links above and copy them to the root of your SD card.



  • Boot your Galaxy Note into CWM recovery by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power buttons simultaneously when your device is turned off.



  • Make a backup of your current ROM by selecting Backup and Restore > Backup.



  • Wipe your data by selecting Wipe data/factory reset > Yes.



  • Wipe your cache by selecting Wipe cache partition > Yes.



  • Wipe your dalvik cache by selecting Advanced > Wipe dalvik cache > Yes.



  • Install the Paranoid Android ROM by selecting Install zip from sdcard > Choose zip from sdcard > ParanoidAndroid-...zip > Yes.



  • Install the GApps by selecting Install zip from sdcard > Choose zip from sdcard > gapps-...zip > Yes.



  • Reboot your device by selecting Reboot system now.



Congratulations! You have successfully installed Paranoid Android on your Galaxy Note. You can now enjoy the hybrid mode and other features of this ROM. You can also customize it further by using the Paranoid Android Settings app in your app drawer.


Installing Custom Kernels




Another reason why people root their devices is to install custom kernels, which are the core components of the operating system that control how the hardware interacts with the software. Custom kernels can offer various enhancements, such as overclocking, undervolting, tweaking, and more. However, like custom ROMs, not all custom kernels are compatible with your device or firmware version, so you need to be careful before flashing any kernel to your device.


There are many custom kernels available for the Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4, but one of the most popular ones is the [SpeedMod] kernel, which is developed by XDA Recognized Developer hardcore. It is a fast and stable kernel that supports overclocking up to 1.6 GHz, undervolting up to -100 mV, BLN (backlight notification), CIFS (network file sharing), init.d (custom scripts), and more. You can download the latest version of SpeedMod for the Galaxy Note from [here].


To install SpeedMod on your Galaxy Note, you will need to follow these steps:


  • Download the SpeedMod kernel zip file from the link above and copy it to the root of your SD card.



  • Boot your Galaxy Note into CWM recovery by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power buttons simultaneously when your device is turned off.



  • Make a backup of your current kernel by selecting Backup and Restore > Advanced Restore > Restore boot.



  • Install the SpeedMod kernel by selecting Install zip from sdcard > Choose zip from sdcard > SpeedMod-...zip > Yes.



  • Reboot your device by selecting Reboot system now.



Congratulations! You have successfully installed SpeedMod on your Galaxy Note. You can now overclock or undervolt your CPU using apps like SetCPU or No-frills CPU Control. You can also enable BLN or CIFS using apps like BLN Control or CifsManager.


Installing Custom Mods and Apps




The last reason why people root their devices is to install custom mods and apps, which are modifications and applications that require root access to function. Custom mods and apps can offer various tweaks, enhancements, and functionalities that are not available on the stock firmware. However, some custom mods and apps may not work properly or may conflict with each other, so you need to be cautious before installing any mod or app to your device.


There are many custom mods and apps available for the Galaxy Note with ICS 4.0.4, but some of the most popular ones are the [S Pen Toolbox], which is a mod that adds more features and options to the S Pen and its apps, such as screen capture, quick launch, gesture control, and more; the [AdAway], which is an app that blocks ads from websites and apps; and the [Titanium Backup], which is an app that allows you to backup and restore your apps, data, and system settings. You can download these mods and apps from the links above or from the Google Play Store.


To install these mods and apps on your Galaxy Note, you will need to follow these steps:


  • Download the S Pen Toolbox zip file from the link above and copy it to the root of your SD card.



  • Boot your Galaxy Note into CWM recovery by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power buttons simultaneously when your device is turned off.



  • Install the S Pen Toolbox mod by selecting Install zip from sdcard > Choose zip from sdcard > S_Pen_Toolbox_...zip > Yes.



  • Reboot your device by selecting Reboot system now.



Download the AdAway apk file


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