How to Root Galaxy Tab 8.9 GT-P7310

If you’re reading this, you most definitely want a rooted Galaxy Tab 8.9 GT-P7310. Here we will try and offer a tutorial that will give you what you wish for.

In need of root access for your beloved gadget? The answer to that is offered by SRSRoot. The app is an instrument that will get you a much better device. This means many things; in short: your tablet will longer miss out on essential improvement. With the app installed there, you will get to experience new stuff for free. The SRSRoot is up for plenty of changes; these will end up on many other devices because the tool works equally well with them. If you are fond of your tablet’s Android 4.0.4 CPU, you won’t have to say goodbye to it; the app preserves every Android version your gadget may sport.

The advantages of this method

If you need to use custom ROMs, the rooting will allow you to do that. The app we’re using as a rooting tool gets to speed up things for your tablet’s dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU. The gadget, which first saw the light of day 3 years ago, isn’t going to suffer from security stuff. This tool comes powered by an SRS Server; its presence on the Galaxy Tab 8.9 GT-P7310 guarantees superuser and admin permission. Another benefit that comes from a rooting: your gadget will have new features.Galaxy-Tab-8.9-GT-P7310

Using your device for more than a few hours is also something that’s provided by the SRSRoot. Moreover, the tablet doesn’t get to experience those unwanted programs that come with other apps. Once you have the new freeware, you will also have root-only apps to play with. Get ready to personalize the tablet via a generous number of tweaks.

A gadget that’s about to get rooted needs a Build ID. If you don’t know which one to choose, here’s our pick: IMM76D.XXLPO. Thanks to this dedicated app, you have the possibility to settle on another Build ID. And, if you find no good tool to unroot the device with, you have the SRSRoot to fall back on.

Root access means loss, too. Particularly if you opt for an update procedure. This will leave the tablet without the following: system partition and the root access. Nothing else will be wiped out (this includes the important data). The warranty that’s by default on your gadget will be erased from it. Have it restored through a tutorial that specializes on the Samsung GT-P7310.

Prerequisites

Experiencing a smooth rooting is only possible if you perform 8 requirements:

  • include USB drivers on your laptop by downloading them from this place (install them on the device afterwards);
  • USB Debugging has to be located and tapped;
  • save the tablet’s data from serious harm by performing essential backups;
  • a full NANDroid backup is another thing that’s needed, so initiate one;
  • after that, check to see if your laptop’s sporting Windows (that’s the only version which works with our tutorial);
  • the security software on the tablet has to be deactivated;
  • the security software currently activated on your laptop need to be disabled;
  • the battery on your Galaxy Tab 8.9 GT-P7310 must feature with a fully charged battery.

Step by step instructions

Only some steps are stopping you from enjoying root access. To get to the latter, you must work through these steps.

  1. Perform the first of them as shown here: your laptop must have the SRSRoot downloaded on it. So go to this place and click on the download button which will come up soon.
  2. After that, you’ll be needed for this step: install the downloaded package. The app will then have to be launched on the laptop; tap Unknown Sources when that’s over.
  3. If you can’t find the option: search for it under Settings and you’ll see it. Before we asked you to turn USB Debugging on; if you haven’t, enable it now.
  4. The tablet and laptop should be connected to one another. To provide a plugging, take the tablet’s USB cord and use it. Once the products have managed to connect like that, you have to provide the start of the rooting.
  5. Enable this process by tapping the following: Root Device (All Methods). If activated, the rooting should last a full 15 minutes (or less). If this stage of our guide takes more to finish, repeat the previous steps.
  6. When everything has gone well, though, here’s the last task: restart the tablet. Bring the device back to life by activating this: Reboot System Now first. After this is completed, your Samsung GT-P7310 will show you how much it’s changed.

If you don’t think much about the root access, an unrooting is the best thing to do; just as previously mentioned, the SRSRoot is an app that can be used as an unrooting method.

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Posted In How To - By Andrei Tomescu

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