Tutorial: How to Root Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 SM-T211
Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 SM-T211 only has to get a taste of root access and everything about it will be better. The one tool responsible for this is an app. It’s been used on many different devices with great results. Watch as we install it on your own gadget!
The application we referred to above is called SRSRoot. It’s very popular among gadget users. And with good reason. When you start using this dedicated app, the Samsung SM-T211 begins to deliver a much better performance. And it surprises you with lots of new additions.
The rooting app we’re delivering today doesn’t care about your gadget’s OS version. The tablet you own has the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean variant. You can still enjoy it after the rooting’s completed. You will be able to use various Build IDs for the procedure. We happened to use this one: JZO54K.T211XXAMK3. Also, the SRSRoot fully supports every brand ever launched.
The benefits of this procedure
Powered by an SRS Server, this new software will improve the tablet dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU. It will also deliver tweaks to customize the gadget and improve its battery life. Another benefit from sporting root access is the presence of new features. Moreover, your tablet will enjoy root-only app and no security threats. If you ever want an unrooted device, the SRSRoot app is happy to help.
The software comes with superuser and admin permission. It features custom ROMs, too. You will not be bombarded by bloatware. The app can be downloaded and used for free.
Before you follow this guide to get root access, you should know about the con this procedure implies. The main consequence to having the SRSRoot is the loss of your tablet’s warranty. Also, bringing new firmware for an upgrade means other disadvantages. The main ones are these: the device’s system partition will be deleted and its root access is going to end up revoked.
After you provide an update for your tablet, the latter’s important data won’t end up lost. Neither will its internal and external SD cards.
Requirements are something you must absolutely perform before you root your Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 SM-T211. The ones which will prepare the device for this process are displayed here:
- the tablet must have its data protected from damage of any kind, which means that backups must be created;
- create a full NANDroid backup;
- USB drivers that support your tablet need to be installed on your notebook from this page;
- your notebook should be using Windows as its operating system;
- the security software sported by your notebook has to be turned off;
- then turn off the tablet’s security software;
- the tablet you use must contain a fully charged battery.
Step by step instructions
- To start the rooting, it’s best to perform this first action: go where the SRSRoot app is located.
- After opening the address we indicated, wait until you spot a download button. When it appears, click on it so that the download can happen on your laptop.
- The file now being on your device, it’s time to install it. The application will then have to be launched on the laptop, too.
- Click on Unknown Sources for the next stage of this rooting tutorial. If you have no clue where to find this option, first tap Menu on the tablet; then tap Settings and have a quick look under this option. There you’ll spot the Unknown Sources one.
- When it’s activated, do the same for USB Debugging. Next up, connect the tablet to your notebook. Here is where the gadget’s USB cord will be of great help.
- Once this tool helps provide a plugging between your devices, you are advised to root the Samsung SM-T211. Which is done by looking for Root Device (All Methods) first, then tapping it.
- The rooting will end after about 12 minutes. If 15 minutes are over and nothing’s happened, you should try repeating the steps once more.
- If the rooting process is achieved, you have to end the guide by doing this: start your tablet once again. The Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 T211 is now featuring root access. All thanks to this dedicated software.
If somehow you think that the root access isn’t what you expected, use the same app to unroot the device.
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