Rooting AT&T Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A

Galaxy Note 3

Galaxy Note 3 is one of the most popular devices around. There is a certain sophistication felt when you own one, how much more if you are able to root it. Rooting it gives you hundreds of options to install ROMs so you can tweak your device for better performance. There is only one rooting which is not yet available in the market and that is the ATA&T Galaxy Note 3. Thanks to developers there is a way to root it.


This article will let you go through the process of rooting AT&T Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A. For safety and security of all your data, make a backup of all those data like your messages, contacts, and call logs.

Note: The methods needed to flash custom recoveries, ROMs and to root your phone can result in bricking your device. Rooting your device will also void the warranty and it will no longer be eligible for free device services from manufacturers or warranty providers. Be responsible and keep these in mind before you decide to proceed on your own responsibility. In case a mishap occurs, we or the device manufacturers should never held responsible.




You need to have a root package of N900AUCUBMI9_VEGA.7z. Make sure the USB Drivers are compatible. You can download the drivers for Samsung online. And get Odin online.


Things to remember:


Put your device in download mode. Enable USB debugging on your device. The level of your battery should be at least 85%. This tutorial should not be used on any device except AT&T Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A only.


Rooting AT&T Galaxy Note 3 SM-N900A


Note 3




  1. Download the file needed N900AUCUBMI9_VEGA.7z  , save and extract on your computer.
  2. Get Odin online Download Odin3 v3.10.7
  3. While in the computer, open Odin and choose the option as shown in the image above.
  4. Switch off your device and go to the download mode by holding down power and volume down keys simultaneously.
  5. With a USB cable, connect your device to the computer.
  6. Odin’s port turns blue or yellow when the drivers installed properly.
  7. Click on PDA. Choose a .tar file from the files downloaded.
  8. Begin the process and wait until it done.
  9. As soon as it completed, you will receive a “Pass” and a “Done” message.


Get the Root Checker app to check if the device is rooted.


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