In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to root the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 easily and quickly using a few tools like ODIN, Magisk, and TWRP recovery.
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Note: Rooting your Samsung device will VOID WARRANTY, PERMANENTLY disable Samsung Pay and Secure Folder!
The following Galaxy Note 9 models can be rooted with this root method:
SM-N960F International Exynos
SM-N960F/DS International Exynos Dual SIM
SM-N9600 Snapdragon Chinese Model
The following models have LOCKED bootloaders:
SM-N960U AT&T Snapdragon
SM-N960U T-Mobile Snapdragon
SM-N960U Sprint Snapdragon
SM-N960U Verizon Snapdragon
SM-N960U U.S. Unlocked Snapdragon
Any other SM-N960U
Note: If you want to root your Note 9 or any Samsung phones in general, you will want to AVOID U.S. Snapdragon models as they ALL have LOCKED BOOTLOADERS. This has been the case for the LAST 3 YEARS! If you did not know that, now you know. I personally recommend the SM-N960F/DS model, which works flawless on both T-Mobile or AT&T 4G LTE. For Sprint or Verizon users, you are OUT OF LUCK, try getting unlocked version of Pixel, Pixel 2, or Pixel 3, which have unlocked bootloaders and works flawless on both Sprint and Verizon.
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