This article will guide you to Safely Root Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint ) on Android 5.1.1 VPU4COG5.We will be using TWRP recovery to Flash the root exploit to get Sprint Note 4 rooted.
Samsung Flagship device Sprint Galaxy Note 4 received the officialAndroid 5.1.1 Lollipop VPU4COG5 firmware recently.In this article, we will learn a very simple and easy method to Root Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint ) on Android 5.1.1 VPU4COG5.
This guide is only for Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Official Stock Android lollipop 5.1.1 VPU4COG5.So do check your Model number and android version before following the steps.
Important: Make sure there is at least 80% battery left on your smartphone before begin rooting your device.
Warning: rootmygalaxy.net will not be held responsible for any kind of damage occurred to your Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge while following this tutorial.Do it at your own risk.
Remember Before rooting:
Root Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint ) on Android 5.1.1
- Rooting your phone can void your warranty
- After rooting you can tweak your phone
- You can unroot it if you want
- You can overclock or underclock your CPU to make your phone faster
- Make sure you have unlocked the bootloader
How to Root Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint ) on Android 5.1.1 VPU4COG5
Step By Step Guide
- First download the root exploit file from the given link and transfer it to your Note 4 (sprint) via micro USB
- After transferring the file disconnect your Note 4 (Sprint) from the PC
- Power OFF the phone in order to boot into Recovery Mode. (after powering off your Note 4, press and hold power, volume up and home keys at the same time, for a couple of seconds.)
- After your device booted into recovery select “Install” and choose the root exploit.
- Begin the flashing process and after flashing is done return back to the main recovery menu
- Select “reboot system now” and that’s it.
- You have successfully rooted your Galaxy Note 4 (Sprint) running on android 5.1.1
To verify the root status install Root Checker.
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