Display size:6.3 inches, Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Resolution: 1440 x 2960 pixels (521 ppi)
Dimension:162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6 mm
OS: Android 7.1.1 (Nougat)
Chipset: Snapdragon 835
CPU: 2.35 GHz, Octa-core
Rare Camera: Dual lens 12 MP + 12 MP, dual-LED flash
Front Camera: 8 MP, wide angle lens
Internal Storage: 64/128/256 GB
A root technique for the Snapdragon (US) variation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has now been given on account of a group from the XDA Developers discussions. The strategy is known as SamFAIL and the people behind it have even figured out how to accomplish it without stumbling Knox.
The technique depends on a changed boot image which can be flashed utilizing Samsung’s ODIN utility programming, and you can re-streak the stock Note 8 programming whenever (once more, without tripping Knox). It won’t open your Bootloader or SIM open your Note 8, it essentially allows it root benefits.
Knox is Samsung’s security framework that can, in addition to other things, void your device warranty as well as disable Samsung Pay permanently. This happens when your device moves toward becoming “traded off/compromised” or you mess with the framework so as to attempt and forestall potential security dangers.
In spite of the fact that your gadget warranty would apparently stay in place, there are a few provisos with the technique that could be major issues. Right off the bat, this root strategy would cause Google’s SafetyNet API to fizzle — and you can’t Magisk your way around it — meaning certain applications would never again work (like Netflix). More regrettable still, the Note 8 will quit charging at 80% once it had been rooted.
This is something that had been found in a past Samsung root technique, and it has potentially been executed by Samsung to deflect individuals from rooting the Device. All things considered, XDA Developers noticed this might be only a visual pointer, and the device may even now charge as typical.
In the event that you need to root your Galaxy Note 8, visit the committed SamFAIL XDA string here.