Download ODIN – Link
Download Auto Root Kernel – Link
Download Samsung Galaxy Note 5 USB drivers – Link
Step 7. First, unzip the ODIN zip file and you should get a folder with a bunch of files in it. Double-click on the EXE file to run ODIN program.
Step 8. You should see a blue-highlighted box on the top left of ODIN program. If you don’t see this, you probably don’t have the proper Samsung USB drivers installed. Go ahead and double-click on the Samsung USB drivers you downloaded earlier and install the drivers.
If you still don’t see a blue-highlighted box, try using a different USB port and cable like I did in my video tutorial. You should get it to work eventually.
Step 9. Select “AP” then browse and find the auto root kernel file you downloaded earlier and select it, then hit “Start”.
Step 10. When done, you should see “PASS!” and your phone will reboot. If ODIN gets stuck for some reason (it shouldn’t take more than 10 seconds), try using a different USB port/cable and try it again.
Step 11. Once you phone reboot, simply install and run SuperSU from Play Store and you should have full root!
Run SuperSU app, if you don’t get any errors, you are good to go. If it asks you to update the binaries, say yes and also choose “Normal”. If you get stuck more than a minute, just reboot and try it again as it will work the second time.