In this article we will tell you how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Mac. Here’s the complete procedure.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is one of the best phones launched by Samsung. It Contains 1.6 GHz Cortex-A9 Quad-core processor with 2 GB RAM, Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, 8MP Rear and 1.9MP Front camera, and many more exciting features.
Rooting is a procedure to get the privileged control in Android subsystem. It is performed in order to overcome the limitations that are being implemented by the hardware manufacturers and carriers, so that they can access all of the settings that a normal user can’t, can run the apps that asks for admin permissions, or to alter some system applications.
So, here we will tell you how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 T-Mobile. But before starting with the procedure, please read disclaimer, pre-requisite & other important notes. So, let’s begin with this.
By rooting, warranty of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be voided. We are not responsible if anything wrong happens in between the process. And just to be sure that this article is only for Samsung Galaxy Note 2, so don’t try it on any other mobile and if you want to then try it yourself.
- Your mobile must be at least 70-80% charged.
- Enable the Debugging Mode(USB) (“Settings” -> “Manage Applications” -> “Development” -> “USB Debugging”)
- Make sure that you’ve backed up all of the necessary data.
- And last but not the least install USB drivers of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or you can download Samsung Kies.
Steps to be followed to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Mac are:
Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on your Mac using the data cable provided with your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Just, download Motochopper file and paste it to your Mac’s desktop.
Now, open the terminal and type the following commands to start rooting your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
- cd Desktop
- cd Motochopper
- chmod 755 *
- sudo sh run.sh
Once the scripting is started, just press enter to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and don’t forget to allow the USB debugging.
Once the process is finished do not forget to press enter in order to reboot your Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
When your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is finished rebooting, just open the app drawer of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and make sure you have SuperUser app already installed on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2. If you don’t have it, then you can download the app, and install it.
In order to confirm that your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is rooted, install an app naming Titanium Backup, and check that whether you are getting a SuperUser request or not.
So, by following these simple steps you can root your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Mac.
Hope this article about how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on Mac helped you.