Wednesday, August 17, 2011

How To: Rooting Samsung Galaxy Tab On Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread

Possessors of the Samsung Galaxy Tab running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread could at present root their device thanks to XDA-Developers forum member Chainfire, who bestowed us the priceless CF-Root kernels for rooting stock Froyo and Gingerbread ROMs, and the very convenient Gingerbreak. He has barely brought out a kernel that can at present root the Galaxy Tab for very fast.

For those of you unacquainted with the line-up of CF-Root kernels for Samsung devices, CF-Root is rested on the stock Samsung kernel and adds root,

Busybox and ClockworkMod recovery thereto. Delight annotation that this isn't in in any case, a ROM.

This kernel is entailed alone for the GSM edition of the Galaxy Tab and anybody willing to try it out on another form shall act so with no support from the developer.


•Galaxy Tab running stock Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread firmware.
•Download ODIN and install on your PC. 
• Samsung USB drivers installed. Download USB drivers for 32 bit Windows For 64 bit Windows

To begin, download the CF-Root file from the link above and extract it to find CF-Root-TAB7_XX_OXA_JQ1-v3.3-CWM3RFS.tar.

Make sure your device is disconnected from the computer and then start ODIN.

Click on the PDA button in ODIN and select the file named CF-Root-TAB7_XX_OXA_JQ1-v3.3-CWM3RFS.tar.

Now put your phone in download mode and connect it to your computer.
Make sure to see that Repartition is not checked.
Once all the above steps are completed, simply hit the Start button in ODIN.
Once the process completes – which should not take more then a few seconds – the device will reboot.

Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. We will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.


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