How to Root your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 via Deodexed Jelly Bean 4.3 ROM Based on Stock N900TUVUBMI7 Firmware

By | October 4, 2013

You can now get stock deodexed Jelly Bean 4.3 firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and get root access with this Stock Jelly Bean 4.3 ROM based on N900TUVUBMI7 firmware. This stock Jelly Bean ROM for Galaxy Note 3 devices is applicable on T-mobile variants and will bring you freedom in terms of theming your galaxy note 3 according to your desire, giving you root access, and the ability to use any sim since it unlocks the T-mobile carrier lock on your galaxy note 3. To get this stock deodexed Jelly Bean 4.3 ROM for Galaxy Note 3, keep tuned in for more – Samsung-Galaxy-Note-3   To install  this pre-rooted stock Android ROM for galaxy Note 3, you will be performing a simple flashing procedure from your custom recovery mode – which reminds us, to get N900TUVUBMI7 official firmware based deodexed ROM on your galaxy note 3 – you will need to have a custom recovery such as CWM or TWRP installed on your galaxy note 3. Have it already? Well then, let’s get started with some points you need to remember.

Things to Remember

  • The following guide to install stock N900TUVUBMI7 firmware on your galaxy note 3 should only be attempted on a T-mobile variant – otherwise, you will brick your device.
  • You must have CWM or TWRP recovery installed on your device (as mentioned above)
  • In order to sucessfully install this pre-rooted Jelly Bean 4.3 based ROM on your Samsung Galaxy note 3, we have to perform several data wipes. Therefore, here are some backups you should consider making.

Backups Required

  • Perform a NanDroid backup of your current ROM/Firmware by selecting the back up/restore  option on your recovery
  • Backup your messages
  • Backup your call logs
  • Backup your contacts
  • Backup your apps
  • Note down your  APN settings somewhere on a notepad

NOTE: All these backups are optional, however, the NanDroid backup is one of the most important backups.

Disclaimer: The custom ROM you are about to install on your galaxy Note 3 is a third party development and is in no way related to Google – therefore, we do not take responsibility for any casualties or bricks.

Preparatory Steps

  • You must use the original Galaxy note 3 USB cable (highly recommended)
  • Make sure that you enable USB debugging on your Samsung Galaxy note 3 by going to Settings > About Phone > and tapping Build Number 7 times until you get an affirmation message
  • You must have all the drivers installed on your computer to support your Samsung note 3
  • Charge your device to atleast 80% of battery level so it doens’t turn off during the ROM installation

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Steps to Install Stock Jelly Bean 4.3 Based Deodexed Custom ROM on Your Samsung Note 3 (CWM Recovery Method)

Step 1 - Download Stock Deodexed Jelly Bean 4.3 Custom ROM zip file to your desktop (don’t unzip). Connect your galaxy note 3 to the computer and move this file to your device’s SD card storage (not in any folder, just in plain sight)

Step 2 - Now disconnect your T-mobile Galaxy note 3 and boot it into CWM recovery mode by Volume Up + Home button + Power button. you should now be in CWM recovery mode.

Step 3 - Next, click on clear cache, and then select dalvik cache in the Advanced Menu option. Now go back to the recovery menu and select Data wipeout.

Step 4 - Next, select the Install zip from SD card option and choose deodexed stock Android ROM zip file you moved earlier. Install it and then return to the recovery menu again by selecting ++++Go back+++++.

Step 5- Now select the Reboot system now option to reboot your galaxy note 3

Steps to Install Stock Jelly Bean 4.3 Based Deodexed Custom ROM on Your Samsung Note 3

 (TWRP Recovery Method)

Step 1 - Download Stock Deodexed Jelly Bean 4.3 Custom ROM file to your desktop (don’t unzip). Connect your T-mobile galaxy note 3 to the computer and move this file to your device’s SD card storage (not in any folder, just in plain sight)

Step 2 - Now disconnect your Galaxy note 3 and boot it into TWRP recovery mode by Volume Up + Home button + Power button. you should now be in TWRP recovery mode.

Step 3 - Next, click on clear cache, and then select dalvik cache in the Advanced Menu option. Now go back to the recovery menu and select wipeout.

Step 4 - Next, select the Install option and choose the pre-rooted N900T firmware based ROM zip file you moved earlier. Install it and then return to the recovery menu again.

Step 5- Now select the Reboot option to reboot your galaxy note 3.

After you’ve selected the reboot option in recovery mode, you’re Galaxy note 3 should reboot into Stock Deodexed JElly Bean 4.3 based custom ROM. If so, good job.

Salar Hussain

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