Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 3G SM-P901 is another tablet to be rooted with SRSRoot. When you’re done installing this software, you’ll notice a lot of changes in how the device performs. The tablet will accommodate a lot of novelties that will help improve it. More on this matter in our guide!
You can always root your tablet with this dedicated app. Thanks to it, the gadget will become immeasurably better. Your tablet came out this year with Android 4.4.2 KitKat and quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A15 & quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 as its OS and CPU. The latter’s speed will become better and the OS will not be erased.
The benefits of this method
KOT49H.P901XXUANAE is the Build ID we used to root your tablet. You, however, can root your device with another Build ID. Once the SRSRoot is on your gadget, you’ll have customization options. Then you’ll end up with custom ROMs, root-only apps and battery tweaks. The rooting will also deliver admin and superuser permission. The tablet’s about to have new features and no security threats.
If you want to get rid of all of the above, unrooting your device is the best way to go. And it’s done with the same software as the one used for the rooting. This tool is powered by an SRS Server.
There are many different brands that accept the SRSRoot. But you will encounter a disadvantage if you root the tablet with this tool. This con is represented by the loss of your warranty. There are also the disadvantages that come from updating a tablet with root access. They include the loss of said root access and system partition. The upgrade is not going to damage your tablet’s internal / external SD cards or the data of most importance to you.
If you are planning on a rooting, it’s time to perform our set of requirements:
- generate a bunch of backups to protect your tablet from any harm that may happen to its important data;
- create, afterwards, a full NANDroid backup by using these instructions;
- to successfully root the tablet, your laptop’s operating system must be Windows;
- download, on your laptop, USB drivers that are fit for your Galaxy Note Pro 3G SM-P901;
- a fully charged tablet should be used for our tutorial;
- enable the tablet’s USB Debugging;
- have the notebook’s security software deactivated;
- the security programs running on the notebook must be disabled, as well.
Step by step instructions
If you are wondering about the steps that will root the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 SM-P901, here you go.
- The first of them is the one which tells you to get your laptop ready for a download. You will have to download, from here, the SRSRoot app on your SM-P901. On that page is a button that must be clicked in order to start the process.
- You will have the new software downloaded on your device in a matter of minutes. Once there, it needs to be launched after it’s flashed. Once you do all of this, you have to continue by turning on Unknown Sources.
- In case you cannot find the option, you will have to look for it under the tablet’s Settings option. If you have done this, you will need to do move on.
- This is the next step: turn USB Debugging on. Our requirements included a part where you had to enable this option. If you somehow didn’t do it then, you have the option of activating this option now.
- Take the tablet’s USB cable for the following step. Use this cable to connect the gadget to your laptop. Are your devices plugged to one another? If the plugging didn’t occur, repeat the steps.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]But if there’s a connection going on between them, do as follows: tap Root Device (All Methods). This is where the rooting of your tablet will begin. You just need to wait until it’s done.
- And it will be after around 14 minutes will be done. Restart your Samsung SM-P901 once the rooting finishes. Do so by tapping Reboot System Now.
If something’s wrong and you don’t want root access anymore, you should use the same tool to unroot the tablet.
You have a comment field at the end of this procedure. It is there to receive your questions in case you have problems with the rooting procedure.
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.