How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1


11.05.2011

How To Root Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Before we start with the actual rooting process we’ll talk about the device itself. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a phone and the same time a tablet computer, running on Google’s Android OS. The device was created by Sasmung and was launched on September 2, 2010, at IFA in Germany.

The Galaxy Tab has a 7-inch TFT-LCD display, it’s powered by a 1.0 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU ( Hummingbird ), supports WiFi connectivity, rear facing camera ( 3.2-megapixel ) and one 1.3-megapixel on the front, and it’s running on Android 2.2.

Developers loved to work for building apps for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 because it was rooted very soon after launch. The man behind this is ‘birdman’, member of AllDroid community, who has developed a great tutorial for rooting the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

What do you need:

  • First of all you have to setup the ADB app on your computer and here’s how to do it:

  1. Download Android SDK.

  2. Now you have to put the downloaded file in C:AndroidSDK.

  3. On your device go to Settings => Applications => Development and be sure the USB Debugging is turned on.

  4. Connect your smartphone to your machine using a USB cable and it should ask if you want to install the drivers for using Windows.

  5. After the installation process finishes, open the Command Prompt.

  6. Now you have to enter the following command:

cd
cd AndroidSDK ools
adb devices

  • Download and install Samsung Kies that will provide you the necessary drivers:

Instructions:

  1. Connect the device via USB cable to your computer.

  2. Open the command prompt and enter the following command:

    • adb push allidoiswin.zip /sdcard/allidoiswin.zip

    • adb reboot recovery

  3. The device will enter ‘Recovery’ mode.

  4. Now go and select ‘Apple update from sdcard’ and go to the¬†allidoiswin.zip file.

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