This is a tutorial that will show you how to to gain root access on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 devices so as to remove bloatwares which take up storage space and RAM, use apps which require root access, install custom ROMs or whatever you plan to do with the rooted Phone.
You might end up bricking your device if you use the wrong CF Auto Root
Do this at your own risk!
Enable USB debugging on your phone. To do this,
go to Settings > About Phone and tap on Build Number till you see “ you are a developer”
Go back to Settings > Developer Options > Tick USB Debugging.
Connect Phone to PC and wait for drivers to install
When drivers are successfully installed, turn off your Phone
Hold volume down + home + power button when a warning screen appears, press volume up button to enter odin mode
Download an install Samsung USB drivers from here
Download the CF Auto Package for your device below
CF Auto Root for SM-900 Android 5.0 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9000Q Android 4.4.2 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9002 Android 4.4.2 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9005 Android 5.0 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9006 Android 4.4.2 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9007 (Android 4.3 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9007 Android 4.4.2 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9008V Android 4.3 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-9009 Android 4.4.2 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-900P Android 4.4.4 from here
CF Auto Root for SM-900R4 Android 4.4.2 from here
Extract the CF Auto Root package downloaded for your Model and Android version
Launch odin.exe from the CF Auto Root folder which was extracted
Connect your device to the PC, when odin detects it, you will see the COM Port Number
Click on PDA and select .tar.md5 file found inside the extracted folder
Click Start and wait for the process to complete (Do not touch or disturb the USB cord)
When you see PASS, then process is complete (takes about 5 secs)
Phone will reboot.
You will find SuperSu icon inside the phone’s app drawer menu
To check if your phone is properly rooted, use root checker app