Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the latest flagship device from Samsung, and after it arrival in the hands of developers, they started to do what they do best and that is making the devices performance better than ever. The very first step that involves in the Customization of an Android device is the rooting, if you can’t gain root access of your device, you can’t do anything Custom with it, you can’t install Custom MODs, Custom ROMs and even those kernels which requires root access can’t be installed on the device without root access.
Unroot Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (any Variant)using Odin3 in the following post. We are going to Install an official firmware on the device to un-root it, you don’t really need to worry about anything.
Things to be done
- This will void the warranty of your device.
- Download and install proper USB drive, you might use Samsung Kies.
- The process mentioned below requires a Windows PC.
- You must have enabled the USB debugging on your device (Settings > Developer options > USB debugging).
- For security reasons, create a complete backup of all your data.
- Download Odin v3.09
- Download and Extract the unrooted firmware(Find with your version number)
How to unroot Samsung Galaxy Note 4 all Variant
- Wipe your device complete in order to attain a neat installation.
- Double click on the Odin v3.09 to launch on your Windows
- In the Odin window, you need to make few changes, make sure Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time are checked and everything else is unchecked, don’t skip this step.
- Also cross check that the Re-Partiton is unchecked or not, make it unchecked.
- Now turn off your device and Turn it On back While Pressing, Volume Down+Home+Power button until you see some Samsung logo on the screen, Press Volume Up to continue. Now you are in download mode.
- Connect your device to your PC via USB cable, the Odin port will go yellow, if it detects your device successfully.
- Click on AP and browse the .tar.md5 file, ou fill find this file inside the extracted firmware folder.
- Click on start button to begin the rooting process.
- After completion of the process, your device will reboot automatically.
That’s it, you have successfully unrooted your Samsung Galaxy Note 4.