How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A Without PC

You can now root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A easily without using PC but just using your mobile device. We will do it using an utility app, rightly called KingRoot. With the help of this useful app you can now root your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A that running on latest official firmware. Keep reading to learn necessary steps to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A with the help of KingRoot app. By rooting your device you can enjoy various additional benefits that your stock device can’t offer.

Once you root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A you can completely utilize the hardware the way you want. This Android powered device comes with impressive hardware portfolio that you can use on its full potential once you root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A. You can overclock it, can install root only apps, can access and modify system files, can even upgrade to a better Android version such as Android 5.0.2 Lollipop or Android 5.1.1 Lollipop by flashing custom ROMs (if anything available and) if you have a custom recovery installed. You can follow this simple instruction to find and install custom recovery (CWM recovery or TWRP recovery) on your device (if supported). Also read: Benefits of Rooting Android Devices

Disclaimer: This guide is for educational purpose only. Neither True Android team nor the developers (Kingxteam) are responsible if your device bricked after following this tutorial.

Please Note: Rooting void your device manufacturer warranty.

Pre Requisites:

1. Although it less likely you lose your data while use this app but as we always say, backup your device data to avoid any uncomfortable situation. You can follow our ultimate backup guide.

2. Make sure your device have at least 30% battery power. You can install an app like Battery Percentage on your Android device to check it easily.

Hope you back up all your data and settings as mentioned above. So, its time to jump into next stage of this guide.

How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A Easily

Step 1: Download KingRoot and install it (open a file explorer, navigate your download and tap on it; you can also directly open the apk from browser download section to install it). If you see a warning box then you require to check Unknown sources under Settings –> Security.


Step 2: Once done, you should see the KingRoot icon in your App Drawer. Tap on the app icon to open it.


Step 3: Once the app is launched, it will try to analyze your device to find suitable root process and soon you will see the following screen.


Step 4: Tap on ‘TRY TO ROOT’ or ‘START ROOT’ button that shown at the bottom of the screen.

Step 5: It will then start rooting your device. Sometime your phone may automatically restart during this process.


Step 5: Once completed you will see a big green tick that means your device is now rooted.


To confirm if you successfully rooted your Android device or not install an app called “Root Checker” which is available for free from Google PLAY store. Also check out: Best Apps For Rooted Android Devices.

That’s it! You just learn how to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) SM-N910A. And, that’s too without using any computer. In case for some strange reason KingRoot app unable to root your device then you should try desktop version. After downloading, double click to open the app and then connect your device to computer. After making successful connection, just click “开始root” (start root). All done! Soon you will see a success massage.

Note: Since the app deal with system file, your anti-virus may warn you. Ignore it.

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  1. Beware: This method soft-bricked my phone.

    Phone users: Make sure you know how to un-brick your phone before trying this. I’m still trying to get mine working, again.

    • Hey, what version was your Galaxy Note 4, Dane?
      Was it 5.1? or 4.4?
      I was planning to do this method but reading your comment his put me on standby.

      • It’s currently saying 5.1.1, but AT&T has pushed a couple of updates, over the last few months. I don’t think it was ever 4.4, though.

        Ultimately, I had to make use of the warranty to get a working phone, again. I was lucky to still have 2 months left on it. (Various tricks with Odin, etc. didn’t work.)

        • Aww, man. Sounds tough overall.
          My phone displays as 4.4, however, I not sure I should go through with this unless someone has had success with it before with 4.4.

  2. Hey, what version was your Galaxy Note 4, Dane?
    Was it 5.1? or 4.4? And I was thinking about trying this method


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