- Open Odin in your computer and turn off your device so that it can be entered in the download mode. Now, turn off your Galaxy Note 2 so that it will now have to be entered in the Download Mode.
- Galaxy Note 2 can be entered into the Download mode by holding the Volume Down button + the Home key button (the middle button). While holding these both buttons, you need to switch ON your device.
- If Note 2 enters in the normal mode, then you will have to retry the process of entering the device in the download mode.
- Click on “PDA” tab in the Odin to select the rooting file which you got after extracting the firmware package to click on “Start” in Odin.
- Once you click on “Start”, you will now need to wait for the whole process of firmware gets finished. The whole process of firmware update will take around 3 -4 minutes and once done, the phone will be rebooted automatically.
- As soon as the device is rooted, you will now see that the device will be rebooted and it will take around 3 -5 minutes for setting up the device. You can check on whether the device is rooted or not with the help of Root Checker app which can be downloaded from the Root Checker app.
So there you go, you have now successfully rooted the device with the latest firmware of Kitkat 4.4.2 Android OS. We will very soon come up with the custom ROM firmwares for your Galaxy Note 2 based on the Kitkat 4.4.2 and 4.4.3 firmwares.