Now You Can Root The Galaxy Note8 Without Tripping KNOX (Snapdragon Only) !FREE!
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Now You Can Root The Galaxy Note8 Without Tripping KNOX (Snapdragon Only)
If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note8 with a Snapdragon processor and want to root it without losing access to Samsung Pay and other features, you might be interested in a new method called SamFAIL. This method allows you to root your device without tripping the KNOX security software, which normally voids your warranty and disables some apps.
SamFAIL is based on a modified boot image that can be flashed using Samsung's ODIN utility software. You can also re-flash the stock Note8 software at any time without tripping KNOX. However, this method does not unlock your bootloader or SIM unlock your device, it only grants you root privileges.
Rooting your Galaxy Note8 with SamFAIL has some advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, you can enjoy more control over your device, customize it with mods and tweaks, and remove bloatware. On the downside, you will fail Google's SafetyNet API, which means some apps like Netflix will not work. You will also face a battery charging limit of 80%, which may be a visual indicator or a real limitation imposed by Samsung.
If you are willing to take the risk and root your Galaxy Note8 with SamFAIL, you will need to download some files from the XDA Developers forum[^3^] [^4^] and follow the instructions carefully. You will need the pre-rooted system image file, the firmware file for your device model, and the CSC file for your carrier. You will also need ODIN and Samsung USB drivers on your computer.
Before you proceed, make sure to backup your data and charge your device to at least 50%. Also, be aware that rooting may brick your device or cause other issues, so do it at your own responsibility.
Here are the steps to root your Galaxy Note8 with SamFAIL:
Turn off your Galaxy Note8 and press the volume down, Bixby and power keys at the same time to go into download mode.
Connect your phone to your computer via USB.
Launch ODIN on your computer, click the AP slot and select the pre-rooted image file named \"system.tar\".
Click on the \"PIT\" box and select the downloaded pit file as well.
Make sure that \"Re-Partition\" is checked in ODIN options.
Click on \"Start\" and wait for ODIN to flash the system image file.
After flashing the system file, reboot the Note8 back into download mode.
In ODIN, click on \"BL\", \"CP\" and \"CSC\" slots and select the corresponding files from the firmware file folder.
Make sure that \"Re-Partition\" is unchecked in ODIN options.
Click on \"Start\" and wait for ODIN to flash the firmware file.
Your device should reboot automatically after flashing is done.
Congratulations, you have successfully rooted your Galaxy Note8 with SamFAIL!
If you want to unroot your device or restore it to stock condition, you can simply flash the stock firmware using ODIN without tripping KNOX. You can also check out some of the mods and tweaks available for rooted Galaxy Note8 devices on XDA Developers forum[^3^].
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