Galaxy Note 8.0 GT-N5100 is getting ready for a new chapter. Today’s guide is all about that. At the end of it all, new stuff will be brought to it; all thanks to a widely popular app!
The handset you are about to see with new eyes will get the new additions we alluded to through SRSRoot. The presence of this application on your tablet has the effect of improving it, too. The device is known under these names, too: Samsung Galaxy Note 510 Samsung Galaxy Note 8 3G & WiFi and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 LTE. It’s 1 year old already and it sports a quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A9. Android 4.1.2 JB is another spec that’s included on the tablet. Rooting the latter will leave the OS untouched; the CPU will perform loads better.
The advantaged of this method
Getting in touch with the freeware means access to customization options and new features. If you’ve ever wanted new root-only apps, you’ve got them; custom ROMs are also on the menu. The app your tablet will soon contain is stoked with battery options as well as admin / superuser permission. When you’re looking at a rooted handset, you’re looking at no bloatware. Security problems are unheard of if you use the SRSRoot.
If you’re ever looking for an alternative method to unroot the device, the SRSRoot will make sure the root access is revoked. A Build ID is very important when you want to root a gadget; JZO54K.N5100XXBMD1 is what we went for. You can always select another ID. The app is powered by an SRS Server and it offers the same changes for every device ever made.
An upgrade may appeal to you one day. If it does and the tablet’s rooted, the root access on your Galaxy Note 8.0 GT-N5100 will be revoked. Its system partition shall be wiped out. No data of great importance will be affected by the update.
Your Galaxy Note 8.0 GT-N5100 and notebook alike need to go through several important pre-requisites. Here you go:
- take to this page to find USB drivers for the tablet;
- download them on your laptop and install them there;
- the tablet will need to function, for the rooting, on a fully charged battery;
- backups are always requested, so be sure to create some;
- a full NANDroid backup is another necessity, which means you should generate one;
- all of your handset’s security programs have to be disabled;
- the security software that’s available for your laptop need to be turned off;
- your handset’s USB Debugging needs to be activated;
- Windows is the OS version which best works with a rooting guide.
Step by step instructions
- Here’s how you have to begin: install the SRSRoot on the laptop. This requires you to go here and click on a download button. These actions will make sure that the app’s download begins and that you can flash it afterwards as mentioned.
- The downloaded package will then need a launch on your laptop. After performing all of these steps, the tablet can have its Menu tapped. Next, go to Settings, tap it, look under it and tap Unknown Sources.
- For this step, we ask that you activate USB Debugging. This is the option we wanted you to enable for the requirements phase. If you haven’t done it back then, you need to do it.
- Once you’ve activated it, your next action should be this one: attempt a connection between the handset and your laptop. This is a process that is only generated with the gadget’s USB cable. After being plugged to one another, you’ll have to move on.
- The most important thing now is to ensure the start of the rooting mode. The Galaxy Note 8.0 GT-N5100 will only enter the latter if a certain option’s tapped. The name of this helping tool is the following: Root Device (All Methods).
- When the activation is done, you will need to wait. The rooting shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes; if it does, though, get ready to redo the steps until things are OK once more.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]A successful rooting has to be followed by this action: tap Reboot System Now. Once you have enabled this appropriate option on the tablet, you can wait again; this time do it until the handset’s restarted.
Once your Samsung GT-N5100 has come back to life, the root access is yours for the taking; more precisely, its novel things and improvement options.
A look at all of them will tell you if you think they’re as useful as we made them to be. If they are not, you can always take the root access away with the SRSRoot!
If you take a peek below this guide, you’ll come across our comment box. Its purpose is to answer your rooting-related questions.
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.