This guide contains soup-to-nuts step-by-step procedures for rooting your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N80xx). If you follow these instructions precisely, everything should work fine. If it doesn't, report precisely what you did and precisely what the outcome was as well as any other relevant information--help us help you. The usual disclaimer: You are responsible for your actions and the consequences. First and foremost, to get your Note to talk to your PC, you will need the Samsung drivers for Windows: 1. Download: (Google for proper file) 2. Install 3. Reboot 4. Plug your Note into your PC, let it find/configure drivers 5. Test: open Windows Explorer, click on "Computer" to see if your Note is listed as a device; browse it Rooting I tested this on a GT-8013, firmware UEALI3 but should work on any model and firmware. This will increment your flash counter; Triangle Away will reset this (not tested by me but others report success): Play store link 1. Ensure aforementioned Samsung USB drivers are working properly 2. Download recovery-twrp-188.8.131.52-p4noterf.tar.md5: (Google for proper file) 3. Download CWM-SuperSU-v0.94.zip: Link 4. Connect Note to PC if it isn't already; copy CWM-SuperSU-v0.94.zip to the Note 5. Download, install and run Odin: Link 6. Put the Note in download mode: press and hold volume down and power buttons; when the boot-up screen appears, release the power button only; when the warning screen appears, release volume button 7. Press volume up to continue to Odin mode 8. In Odin (Windows), verify the "ID:COM" section shows a COM port (the first rectangle) 9. Uncheck Auto Reboot option 10. Click PDA button and select the recovery-twrp-184.108.40.206-p4noterf.tar.md5 file 11. After Odin verifies MD5 hash, press Start button; if MD5 check failed, delete the file, re-download it and try again 12. When flash finishes ("RES OK !!" in Odin), press and hold volume up and power buttons; release power button when boot screen appears; release volume up when TeamWin screen appears 13. Press Install button 14. Select the CWM-SuperSU-v0.94.zip file 15. Press Reboot System button 16. Run the SuperSU app; click yes to update. You are now rooted. Highly Recommended: 17. Install GooManager from the Play store; run it 18. From GooManager menu, select Install OpenRecoveryScript and answer the prompts 19. Press and hold power and volume up buttons; release power button when boot screen appears; release volume button when TeamWin appears 20. Verify TWRP is at current version (220.127.116.11 as of this writing) Recommended: 21. Press Backup button and make a NANDroid backup; Reboot System Enjoy!