The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which is the sequel to Samsung’s first tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab offers quite a bit more than the first iteration of the device. With a dual-core processor, more internal storage, better screen resolution, and much more, the 7″ tablet is one of the main competitors in the 7″ tablet race. Also, it’s rootable, meaning that users can obtain root access to their devices to flash custom ROMs and other modifications and tweaks. Despite being a little older, the Galaxy Tab Root method continues to be updated every now and then and it can be confusing to know which root method is the right one.
As stated there are several methods to root Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus released and they are all—to some extent—the same process. For all download links, click on the source link, which will have the downloads you need to get started.
As per the norm, we are not responsible should anything bad happen to your device. Any modifications you make you do under your own free will.
How to root Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus
- Use the source link and go to the bottom of the first post to find 2 attachments. Download the bottom one of the two.
- Using Kies, a USB cable, or any other way, get the that attachment onto the external SD card of the Galaxy Tab Plus.
- Turn off the Galaxy Tab Plus and boot into recovery. This is done by holding Volume Up + Power button. Release the power button when the device turns on but keep holding Volume Up until recovery is booted.
- Select “Apply Update From External Storage”
- Select the attachment you placed on there earlier.
- Once done, reboot.
- Once rebooted, go to the Google Play Store and download the Superuser and Busybox installer applications. Use the Busybox installer to install Busybox.
At this point, you will be rooted with a custom recovery and the world is your oyster. For troubleshooting and more information to root Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, click the source link!