How to Root Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 SM-T520
Once you get the hang of Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 SM-T520, you’ll want to provide many great stuff for it. This is easy to obtain: simply root your device! We have one of the most appropriate tools for this. It’s all revealed in today’s tutorial.
Your smartphone came out not too long ago. It features many great specs. One of them is the CPU, which is quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A15 & quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7. SRSRoot, the dedicated app used for this rooting, delivers great speeds for this processor. This is only a small part of what makes a rooting awesome.
The procedure can be performed using the Build ID of your choice. We counted on the help of this one: KOT49H.T520XXUANAE.
With the SRSRoot facilitating the rooting, your tablet will encounter numerous goodies. Its Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS won’t be erased. The rooting software used today fully supports this version; it actually supports all the versions of Android ever launched.
The benefits of this procedure
The tool we selected for your gadget’s rooting offers custom ROMs. Other additions include root-only apps and superuser permission. New features and admin permission are delivered, too. As are battery and customization tweaks.
If you’ll be interested in unrooting the tablet, you have the same app to turn to for help. This software is compatible with many brands. It’s powered by an SRS Server, too, and it doesn’t cost a thing. Added to all of this is the fact that no security bugs will affect your tablet if you root it with this app. And you won’t experience bloatware afterwards.
Having root access also means that certain elements will go through damage if you update the device. This has to do with the system partition and root access. These two will be deleted and revoked. About your tablet’s warranty: in case of a rooting, it will quickly be revoked.
When an upgrade happens to your tablet, you’ll keep the internal and external SD cards. The gadget is going to feature the important content, as well.
You can commence the rooting. It will happen when you are done with the following pre-requisites:
- help perform some backups in order to keep your tablet’s content safe;
- a full NANDroid backup is going to be needed, so create one;
- your notebook must have suitable USB drivers flashed on it from this website;
- your Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 T520 needs to feature a charged battery;
- the laptop has to boast Windows;
- launch, on your tablet, the security programs installed there;
- open the same security programs, this time the ones on the laptop, and turn them off.
Step by step instructions
You are going to need to perform the steps below for the next few minutes.
- To do that, you have to start with the first one. For which you have to apply this task: download the SRSRoot software on your laptop. The download link is on this page. Be sure to launch this address, then click on the download button that’ll pop up on it.
- Soon after the download’s over, you need to flash this app. After you see that the file is part of the notebook, launch it.
- Once you have opened this application on that laptop, you should be sure to tap Unknown Sources. You can find this option via the following method: tap, on the tablet, Menu and afterwards Settings. Under the latter is the option we told you to enable.
- Now make sure you enable this option: USB Debugging. If you have turned on this option already, it’s time to continue with the steps.
- The one that follows now is this: plug the tablet to the notebook. Create this connection by way of the USB cord. If you’ve done so, root the Samsung SM-T520.
- Proceed to this part via the help of a certain option. Which you must activate. Here is its name: Root Device (All Methods).
- You will need to have patience for some 13 minutes; if nothing happens after 15 minutes, you would do better to do this: perform the steps again. After you do that, the rooting should have been completed at last.
- If it is, your next job is this one: go to your Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 SM-T520 and reboot it. You are now allowed to get the most out of your newly rooted gadget.
If you somehow don’t enjoy the benefits of having root access, you can go ahead and use the same tool once again. This time to revoke the procedure.
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