LOL! That’s all we can say right now for the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note. Although it’s slated to retail tomorrow, developers have already been able to root the device. This has led us to believe that while both Samsung and AT&T have been busy with the unit’s hardware, experts have been tinkering with the software of the device. With this new information, you may be excited to know that the root can enable you to enjoy your Galaxy Note to its full potential.
The party responsible for rooting this device is, of course, none other than XDA Developers. A developer from the site named Da_G has made it possible to flash the kernel via ODIN. As a result, this kernel has enabled custom boot animations, init.d and adb root scripts.
While you get to enjoy some things from rooting your Galaxy Note, you have to realize that there are some threats to your security; such as in the case of the recent Google Wallet pin issue. Moreover, you stand the risk of voiding your warranty or even bricking your device.
So make a wise decision if you really need to root your Samsung Galaxy Note; or any device for that matter.