root Verizon Note 3

Root Verizon Galaxy Note 3 KitKat Update 4.4.2 N900VVRUCNC4

Root for Verizon Galaxy Note 3 (SM-N900V) KitKat Android 4.4.2 N900VVRUCNC4 update has finally available. The root file is called “Towelroot” which  has recently discovered by George Hot, the root exploit has successfully tested and worked on Verizon Galaxy Note 3 and among other devices, including AT&T Galaxy Note 3 , Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and the Samsung Galaxy S5 that has no root method ever worked before.

One best advantage  when you use the ‘Towelroot’ to root your Verizon Galaxy Note 3, is that it will not trip  the Knox flag counter.  Unlikely before on some other devices using root method before it does tripped the KNOX flag counter from 0x0 to 0x1, and then voids the device warranty.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 KNOX Warranty Void 0×1.
This is an example of Samsung Galaxy Note 3 System Status switched to Custom and shows the KNOX Warranty Void: 0×1.

With a triggered knox, you loose warranty and there is currently no way to make this undone.  On the Verizon Note 3 version you may not see anything about knox warranty while on other Galaxy Note 3 like T-Mobile and AT&T  devices you can see this by turning the phone off,  then Hold down volume down + power + home button till download mode pops up. 

The root files is packed in a downloadable APK file that looks like you are just downloading an apps from Playstore. So if you are rocking the Verizon Galaxy note 3, and wants to get it rooted right now, just head over at [Geohot] XDA-Developers original thread to grab that root file called (Towelroot).

Here are some teasers from Verizon Galaxy Note 3 users who successfully gained root. root Verizon Note 3

I can verify that this method works. i just installed superuser and it works flawlessly. the only thing is make sure to download the superuser app from here so you have the updated binaries:

rooted Verizon Note 3

Definitely works for getting root. Rooted, installed SuperSU, Xposed, SafeStrap all successfully. Now struggling to get a rom to work (tried Eclipse & Hyperdrive). Both say they install successfully via SafeStrap and then hangs on boot up. I’ve seen one other post on the Eclipse thread for the same problem, so it might be something to keep an eye on.

at forum.xda-developers