Just a few hours after the official Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 started rolling out, elite Android hacker Chainfire has already updated his famous rooting tool “CF-Auto-Root” to support the said update.
Chainfire also noted that he had to rebase on the new 4.4.2 recovery to get root working, and he also had to update to the latest bootloader in order to get the device booting regardless of root.
So if you are a ROM developer and plans to build over the new 4.4.2 firmware, you need to have your users flash the stock firmware or it’s bootloader first in order to get the device to boot. You can download the latest CF-Auto-Root at Chainfire’s official download page.
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