Note 10.1 GT-N8010 WiFi will no longer be left without extra nice features, the latest Android operating system and other novel things.
How so? Well, we will tell you how to root it and then enjoy all that’s great out there.
Be sure that this tablet is already unlocked, that its USB Debugging mode is turned on, that its battery is charged to the max, that there’s a backup already made and that your laptop features the best USB drivers for this tablet.
Find our tutorial on how to root the Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N8010 version) to ZCCMA4 Android 4.1.2 firmware, below in a couple of easy to follow instructions.
- Step one starts off by requiring this from the user of the handset: and ODIN tool 1.85 on the laptop you work with every day; extract, on it, only the first zip file. Turn the gadget off and send it off to the Download mode by selecting at the same time the keys for Power and Volume Up; press Power so that the Download mode can be reached via your confirmation.
- Step number two sounds like this: launch, on your comp, ODIN tool and then plug the laptop to the tablet; wait for the ID:COM box to become yellow and a COM number (which is the port) to appear. This means that the connection really happened.
- Choose the file that needs to be installed on the Note 10.1 GT-N8010 and tap on PDA.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]Opt for CF Auto Root archive. Check Auto Reboot along with F. Reset Time while in ODIN, then click on Start. The gadget is going to restart into Recovery Mode at the end of the installation; also, the root package will be installed on the tablet.
- As soon as the home screen appears, it’s best to unplug the Note 10.1 N8010 from the laptop. The end. To avoid getting paranoid about whether or not the gadget is rooted, check like this: use Root Checker. Another possibility you can use: open the tablet’s list of installed applications and search for one called SuperSU. If it’s there, no need to worry anymore.
For problems such as the device refusing to boot into Recovery Mode, you must repeat all of the steps in the guide. Should the gadget still not want to root, you need to redo the steps (but this time you will need to uncheck the Auto Reboot option in ODIN). Once everything is installed, take the battery out and boot the tablet. That should do the trick.
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.