If your Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 SM-T315 cannot find its former spark, a rooting’s required. What you need to do to get your tablet in that state is a dedicated app. The answer lies with SRSRoot.
There’s a certain way to obtain a rooted tablet. And it’s a very easy one to perform. Especially if help is offered by one SRSRoot, which is an app. More precisely, freeware that’s powered by an SRS Server and is dedicated. Root access is what this tool promises; and it keeps its promise. But only if you follow the steps we will present soon after we reveal important info about it. Like this, for example: this app accepts many Build IDs (including this one: JDQ39.T315XWUANA1).
The benefits of this method
Other important info on the new app is that it’s compatible with plenty of devices. Yours, for one, is also known as Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Wi-Fi, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 3G and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 LTE. The tablet you use came out 1 year ago with many features, specs and whatnot. Among these, two stand out: Android 4.2.2 JB and then a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor. The CPU will no longer react with slow speed; the rooting shall provide a faster speed. If the OS is dear to you, the SRSRoot will make sure that nothing bad happens to it. The app has been made so that no Android version refuses it.
Having this kind of app on your tablet means a complete lack of security problems. Many goodies shall appear; like these, for instance: custom ROMs. There is a shortage of bloatware, as well. But there are plenty of battery tweaks and new features; also, you can get root-only apps. Superuser and admin permission come next; as do customization tweaks.
To unroot the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 SM-T315, all you have to do is use the SRSRoot freeware. Before getting to what matters, know this: a rooted device means a warranty-free device. Despair not; once you’ve used a special guide for your gadget, the warranty shall return to the latter. The tablet will be wiped clean of its system partition; same will happen with its root access. Nothing like this will ever touch the device’s data. The internal and external SD cards shall also keep away from this situation.
Several actions have to be performed before the actual rooting. You are introduced to them underneath:
- when you’re on this page, download USB drivers from it on your notebook or laptop;
- when they’re downloaded at last, flash them on the notebook;
- your notebook’s operating system needs to be Windows;
- should the tablet’s battery have little energy, consider charging it to the fullest;
- a regular set of backups should be performed so that the tablet doesn’t end up with data loss;
- next up, generate a full NANDroid backup;
- the security software in use on your SM-T315 must be disabled;
- the notebook’s own security software must be deactivated;
- the tablet’s USB Debugging option has to be turned on.
Step by step instructions
You will be able to enjoy root access in a very short while. The part that comes up next is dedicated to those steps which will bring root access.
- Your first endeavor looks as such: launch this link. After arriving on the page the link directs to, a download button will pop up. When you see it, click on the button.
- This action is important; without performing it, the SRSRoot won’t be downloaded on your notebook. Wait for a bit, then install and open the app on the notebook, too.
- Here’s what should come next: activate Menu, then tap Settings. Under the latter is this option: Unknown Sources. You have to get to it so that you can enable this particular option.
- It doesn’t end here. You also have to enable (if you haven’t) USB Debugging. Up next: establish a connection between the tablet and notebook.
- To provide that, use your tablet’s USB cable. The thing to do now is this: enter the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 SM-T315 in the rooting phase.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]Which is easy to do: tap Root Device (All Methods). After the latter is activated, 10-15 minutes will offer you a rooted gadget! Should the process ask for more time, repeat the previous steps.
- When the rooting is completed, it’s absolutely necessary that the tablet reboot. If it doesn’t on its own, you have to help it; here’s how: enable Reboot System Now. A couple of minutes will be required for this action to be finished.
After time’s up, you have to check out the device’s novelties. Aren’t they rising up to the occasion? If they aren’t, use this application to unroot your Samsung SM-T315.
You can leave your questions about this procedure on the comment section below.
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.