I like to root Samsung N7000 Note running on Android 4.1.2. The ROM is a Korean version SHV-E160L ). This ROM seems to be very unique and has a few unwanted features.

Is there any safe rooting procedure ? I tried oneclickroot but it says no guarantee, do it at own risk. Thanks

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    There's never any guarantee for this. You might wish to see our rooting index (where I've just added your question to) for available "generic methods" while waiting for an answer. – Izzy Feb 3 '14 at 6:57
  • There is NO 'safe' way to root your device. Even if it works 99.9999999% of the time there is a risk, and the makers of root apps will ALWAYS put the disclaimer there just in case it goes a bit wrong. It is ALWAYS, ALWAYS at your own risk. Here is a post on the risks of rooting: android.stackexchange.com/questions/164/… There is always a risk. If you don't need root, and if you are not 100% confident, then don't do it. Keep reading more information. Use XDA developers site for your device and model. – RossC Feb 3 '14 at 14:51
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    There's an article at droidview describing the rooting process for a N7000 with Android 4.1.2. You might wish to check that. I'm not sure if it will work with your "unique ROM", hence I don't put it as answer (yet). Engadget seems to have an article on this ROM, but it's blocked by the firewall from my current location... – Izzy Feb 3 '14 at 17:28

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