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How to root Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100) - Simple Safe Rooting Guide

In this tutorial we will learn how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100). Root offer you several benefits including ability to modify system files, use apps that require root, can overclock CPU and many more tweaks. To follow this guide you must have TWRP recovery installed. You can follow this guide: How To Install TWRP Recovery 3.0.2-0 on Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100) - Easy Tutorial.

To root Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100) we will use Magisk utility. Magisk is popular mostly because its ability to bypass Google’s SafetyNet system. With Magisk, you can have root and custom mods while still using services like Google Pay. It works by leaving the system partition untouched and modifying the boot partition. That's why it’s referred as a “systemless” root method.

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Warning: Follow this guide at your own risk. We (ShizHub Team) are not responsible if anything happen to your device while following this tutorial.

Although the method don't wipe your data but we still recommend you to back up it. You may follow our Android backup guide.

Easy rooting with magisk

How to root Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100) easily with Magisk

  1. Download Magisk zip.
  2. Copy downloaded zip file to your device memory.
  3. Boot into recovery mode. To do so, first turn off your Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100) then press and hold Volume UpHome and Power button together. You can also boot into recovery without key combination.
  4. Tap on Install, then browse to the location where you saved the files and tap on the Magisk zip file. Now at the bottom of the screen, do a swipe on the Swipe to confirm flash option to begin flashing.
  5. When the installation is completed, go back to the main recovery menu and tap on Reboot and then, tap on System to reboot your device.
  6. Now check whether Magisk Manager is installed. If not then download the apk and installed it manually. You may need to allow unknow sources when asked to install it. Make sure you have latest Magisk manager installed.
That's it. You now have a rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100). You may checkout best apps for rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (GT-N5100). [via XDA]


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