For those of you who want to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on latest Android 7.0 Nougat, you will want to use Magisk root method so you can still use Android Pay, Pokemon Go, Snapchat, or any other apps that may not run with rooted phone. Rooting your Galaxy Note 5 with Magisk will allow you to hide root from such apps and also enjoy root at the same time.
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For those of you who want to fully convert you Galaxy Note 5 or S6 Edge+ into Galaxy S8 Plus, here’s how to do it. I will show you how to install TWRP recovery then install the S8 Plus ported ROM. This will give you all new Galaxy S8 features including fully-working live infinity wallpapers, AOD, fully-working S8 Camera, S8 apps, s8 icons, etc…etc…
For those of you with a Galaxy Note 5 or S6 Edge+, you can now get a lot of S8 parts to convert it into a Samsung Galaxy S8. Of course, this is only our initial conversion and in the future we will be adding more stuff like S8 camera and other S8 features but for right now, it runs flawless and fast.
This tutorial will teach you how to root your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on the latest Android 6.0/6.0.1 Marshmallow. This root method WILL ERASE EVERYTHING on your phone so MAKE SURE TO BACKUP EVERYTHING BEFORE starting, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!
Step 1. Go to Settings->About device and check the model number of your phone. This method supports the following models of Galaxy Note 5:T-Mobile SM-N920T Sprint SM-N920P Canadian SM-N920W8 Korean SM-N920K, SM-N920S, SM-N920L Note 5 DUOS SM-N9208 SM-N920C, SM-N920G, and SM-N920I US Celluar SM-N920R4
When flashing international Marshmallow ROMs on your T-Mobile or Canadian Galaxy Note 5, you may run into the no audio/call bug where you can make calls but you can’t hear anything nor can the person you called hear you.
There’s an easy fix for this, simply download the audio/call fix for T-Mobile/Canadian Note 5 and flash with TWRP!
For those of you looking to try Android 6.0 Marshmallow based on TouchWiz with root for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 SM-N920T, there is a preview version you can try out right now.
This is an early edition of what the final firmware will look like and everything works but the battery seems to drain faster than usual. Of course, I do advise you to wait until the official version is out but if you cannot wait or simply want to try it out, here’s how to do it.
For those of you who want to unroot/unbrick your Samsung Galaxy Note 5, it’s really easy to do using ODIN and stock firmware. Whether you want to go back to stock firmware because you are having problems or simply need to return it back to 100% stock firmware for warranty or re-selling, follow our step-by-step guide and learn how to unroot/unbrick your Note 5.
For those of you who want to get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy Note 5, you will definitely want to root it and install a custom ROM. Rooting method has changed for new phones with latest Android 5.1.1, now all Android phones will require a custom kernel with root enabled. Basically, you can install “auto root” kernels, which will give you root.