The world is truly aware of Samsung’s new flagship, the Galaxy Note II with the newly introduced S-Pen. But today we are not here to review, we rather aim on something more important that is “Rooting & Installing Clockworkmod Recovery on Galaxy Note II AT&T”. With the evolution of android, rooting is now a much more easy process than before, when you needed a set of tools. But now rooting is the easiest part that an android can afford, just a few click and you are done! Voila!
I assume that most of us know what the process “rooting an Android device” or “root” means but at the other hand there are some people who are new to all these stuff, so I would first define these for you in as easy and simple language as humanly possible.
Rooting is a process that allows any Android smartphone/ tablet user to gain root privileges over the android subsystem. Rooting not only helps in removing carrier limitations but also serves a purpose to change, remove or install operating system.
A linux/ unix operating system employs a recovery, so android being based on linux also has recovery. Clockworkmod is a secondary recovery system created by Koush, which adds enormous features like wiping partitions, flashing flash able .zip files like ROMs, kernels, patches etc.
Since now we are done with this little description, I intend to move on to the instructions. Follow them strictly, else you might yourself be responsible for any kind of harm.
Voila! You have you phone successfully rooted and installed CWM on your new Galaxy Note II AT&T.
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