How To Install TWRP & Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Guide: Install TWRP & Root Samsung GALAXY Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow (All Versions).This guide will help you to safely Root & Install TWRP recovery On Samsung GALAXY Note 4 running  Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Official Firmware.Finally, TWRP recovery is available for Galaxy Note 4 On Marshmallow 6.0.1 (All versions).That means we can flash SuperSu root pack to get root access on Galaxy Note 4 running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

Note: This guide will work for all Galaxy Note 4 versions (Galaxy Note 4 N910H, N910C, N910U, N910K, N910L, N910S, N910F, N910T, N910V, N910P, N910G,910W).Sprint Galaxy Note 4, T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4, Verizon Galaxy Note 4, AT&T Galaxy Note 4, Canadian Galaxy Note 4, US Cellular Galaxy Note 4, Exynos and Snapdragon Variant Of Galaxy Note 4 (N910C and N910F)  are supported

Very Special thanks to Miguel Angel Rocha for the video where he shared the tutorial On How To Install TWRP & Root Samsung GALAXY Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Official Firmware.He shared all the important files such as TWRP 2.7 and SuperSu 2.71 for all versions of Galaxy Note 4.I will be sharing his video below the post.

In order to get root access on your device first, you have to flash the TWRP recovery using Odin flash tool.Then you can Flash / Install the SuperSu root pack via TWRP recovery to Safely Root Samsung GALAXY Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.It is a very simple process just follow the given steps carefully to Install TWRP & Root Samsung GALAXY Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow Official Firmware/ROM.

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Official Marshmallow Update Guides:

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DEVICE THAT IS SUPPORTED

  • This is for all versions of Galaxy Note 4 on Marshmallow ((Galaxy Note 4 N910H, N910C, N910U, N910K, N910L, N910S, N910F, N910T,N910V,N910P,N910G,910W)
  • Download the right file according to your device model number

Follow the guide below to Safely Install TWRP & Root T-Mobile Galaxy S5 On Android Marshmallow 6.0.1

PRE-REQUIREMENTS

  • Make sure your device has more than 40% battery
  • Device Must be running on Marshmallow official firmware
  • First download Galaxy USB drivers on your computer,
  • Then enable USB debugging on your Galaxy Note 4 smartphone

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How To Install TWRP & Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow (All Version)

Step By Step Guide

Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

  • Read the Pre-requirement section carefully then follow the given steps.
  • Download the right TWRP file according to your device model number and remember the locxation where you saved it.
  • Download Odin Flash tool from the download section and install it on your computer.Then download the TWRP file and remember the location
  • Now follow this guide to Flash TWRP recovery On Samsung Galaxy Note 4 using Odin Flash tool
  • Now reboot your device and download the SuperSu file from the download section and transfer it to the internal memory of your Note 4

(This SuperSu Is Not Tested)

  • Boot your device into TWRP recovery
  • Follow the guide to Flash SuperSu.zip file using TWRP recovery to get root access on your Note 4
  • Done!!! Now reboot your device and enjoy playing rooted phone. 🙂

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If you have any question related to this post feel free to leave that in the comment section

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59 thoughts on “How To Install TWRP & Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 On Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow”

  1. Nothing is ever as simple as it seems. I got everything downloaded, odin recognizes my phone, I start the process and it fails. I am using the tar file for n910v for my Verizon Note 4 on 6.0.1. Guess I now start looking elsewhere as to why.

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          • That didn’t even get recognized by Odin so I renamed the file to put the .tar at the end but odin just froze.

          • But that is the official latest TWRP.Currently, we don’t have the mobile for testing 🙁

          • It is strange. That file extension is .img while the other one I tried was .img.tar ODIN doesn’t seem to have the .img in the list of files to be recognized. I’ve started trying something from xda with ADB. There is a samsung file somebody created to change the phone from a retail to a developer edition. Still getting the specifics on working with that and hopefully, that will give me more options.

          • My TWRP only works with real tar files.
            Did you try to recompress the img file back into tar format? you can’t just rename an img file and expect it to be compressed back into tar format. (img is what you get when you decompress a tar file, so when you see img, it tells you a tar was unzipped – kapish?)

          • Thanks, Mark. I will try that. What do you use to compress to tar format? Is there a Windows utility that can compress so Linux can use it?(I really didn’t think renaming would work but best to try at least)

  2. i have everything downloaded, everything works, but how do i use recovery mode to get to supersu like in the video? i have a galaxy note 4.

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  3. I keep getting the Custom Binary(recover) Blocked By FRP Lock message that causes the Odin to fail. Any suggestions?

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    • Just do a google search ” Custom Binary(recover) Blocked By FRP Lock message that causes the Odin to fail” you will find step by step guide.If need more info then ping back

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  4. I got twrp installed, but when I try to go into recovery, I get the normal recovery and it tries to do a system update but fails each time. Oh…910v

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  5. It happens to me when I try to enter recovery mode if when I press volume down I get home and lock the same to go to Odin ??

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  6. Was able to instal TWRP, sent the SuperSU file to Sd card and when trying to flash it in recovery mode i get the error:

    E:failed to verify whole-file signature
    E:signature verification failed

    any hints? flashed TWRP again, re-downloaded superSU without luck.

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  7. Root my Note 4 N910H (6.0.1) perfectly, without problems. I used Odin V3.10.7. I used the latest TWRP twrp-3.0.2-0-tre3gxx.img.tar. I unticked ‘Auto-Reboot’ before flashing it. After it had finished I pulled the battery out. Then I rebooted directly into recovery (Volume Up – Home – Power). DO NOT LET YOUR PHONE BOOT NORMALLY AFTER ODIN, or you will have to reflash TWRP again.

    After that you are fine, you can flash SuperUser and obtain root easily.

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  8. Ok. i have a wierd issue, everything installs perfectly but some how supersu keeps disappearing. am i doing something wrong?

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  9. The big problem that I run into is getting boot loader unlocked. Running 6.0.1 on a Note 4 but cannot find a way to get this done. Can any help?

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  10. This is BS. The only way to get a firmware and twrp while keeping root is if you have a version of 6.0.1 with the boot loader removed. So far the only version is 5.1.1 which is a “System Only” version that is floating around. If you ever flash a regular firmware then you are also flashing the boot loader which then removes root. You can still have twrp AND 6.0.1 but not with root. Not until they make a file of 6.0.1 that has the boot loader removed.

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  11. Worked, but you’ve to select the TWRP file which mentioned on this page. Don’t try to update with the current release for TWRP. My device wasn’t able to enter the recovery mode with that anymore. ( “Could not do normal boot” : When entering the recovery mode which started the download-mode instead the recovery-mode with this message on top. )

    Thanks for the article.

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  12. Hi, guys im new on Android, and im trying to root my note 4. Unfortunately, my Android software version is sm-n910pvpu4dpg1 version 6.0.1.. Does anyone know if there is a trwp recovery compatible with my software version. Thank you in Advance.

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    • Hi guys, i am new on here as well. i am wondering if anyone has successfully rooted and unlocked the bootloader on SM-N910V runnong marshmallow 6.0.1? i have a rooted note 4 sprint SM-N910P but rooting the Verizon model of this phone is a tough nut to crack. Ive read pretty much read every post on XDA and have checked online it seems almost everywhere and everyone says its possible but nobody seems to know the exact way to do it. Any help guys? does the method listed above work? Thnx

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  13. Hi!
    Can I somehow uninstall this twrp? I need it so much… Can you help? N910F 🙁
    I need to give back my phone to my last company..

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        • You can get the stock recovery with the stock firmware.Take a backup of your current data so that you can restore them later

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          • Hi! Sorry, maybe I’m dumb, but it isnt woring.. I download 2 different type of stock firmware (android 5 and 6), do the steps exactly in Odin, what you write, it seems to be ok, but after odin says: pass, my phone restarting automatically (android updating itself), and what a magic: nothing happend!
            There is still my old system, with my old apps, even my old photos in the galery (there is no memory card). How can it be? What could I did wrong?
            Latest Odin, usb driver, 2 different type of stock software from different sites.
            Please help, I really need to restore it. Maybe there something in Odin options flag? Only F.reset time and auto restart checked.

  14. The claims of the article should be changed, there is currently no way to root Verizon version sm-N910V as far as I know, and the only official TWRP file is for the Note 4 EDGE.

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