Root De La Vega was huge news a few weeks ago when it was released by developer "DesignGears" as the only way to root the AT&T and Verizon variants of the Galaxy Note 3. Quickly after a version of Root De La Vega was released for the Galaxy S 3 on Verizon by developer "BeansTown106". Now Root De La Vega has been made available to the masses as a Universal set of tools. Basically if you have access to your device's stock firmware .tar you will be able to run it through the script and then flash the final product in Odin, gaining root on your device. This will not work on Exynos devices which means this will not work on International variants of the device. Normally CF-Autoroot is made available for Samsung devices nearly instantly by Chainfire, however CF-Autoroot is not always available as was the case with the AT&T and Verizon Galaxy Note 3's. This is meant to assist you in rooting your device. With this tool you won't have to wait on developers to root your device for you. This is pretty exciting stuff. Developer "DesignGears" has not made provision for any files created with this script to be released, so I wouldn't expect a new flood of root methods being released from this method as this is a universal all encompassing method. You can get all the info on this new root script at the source link below.
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