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    Default Root for Verizon Note 3 on KitKat

    Has any one seen a method for rooting on 4.4 for the Verizon note? I tried with Kingo on 4.3 and it told me that it wasn't supported, tried again after the KitKat update and got a message that the server wasn't responding.
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    Default Re: Root for Verizon Note 3 on KitKat

    You can try odin worked for my t-mobile note 3 i had trouble with knox security but yeah ...

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    Default Re: Root for Verizon Note 3 on KitKat

    I've tried Odin, Root de la Vega, and Kingo. None of them have worked on the 4.4.2 build NC4. And I found out Verizon has Samsung blacklist older builds so once we get the update we can't go back. I'm not too concerned about tripping Knox, though.
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    I too would like to know If the verizon 4.4 note 3 can be rooted yet
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    Default Re: Root for Verizon Note 3 on KitKat

    TowelRoot worked for me. I ran it this morning, was really quick and easy.

    towelroot by geohot
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    I don't think towelroot is a full root, is it?
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    Default Re: Root for Verizon Note 3 on KitKat

    Towelroot is full root. Running Jasmine ROM 2.0 beta (full S5 port) right now. Fantastic!!!!
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    Default Re: Root for Verizon Note 3 on KitKat

    Just so you guys know, this has nothing to do with Verizon "blacklisting" older builds....that is not a thing. What has happened is that Verizon and ATT has put locked bootloaders and once YOU accept the 4.3 or above update in any stock form it will install install KNOX. Knox is a warranty thing and for some people doesn't matter...the locked bootloader wont allow kernels to be changed so custom roms other than stock based are out of the question IF at all possible via a safestrap recovery. You all should be careful and not try random root methods and just because someone says it worked on their phone. The Tmobile phone is not the same as the verizon, sprint, etc
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