Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 are very popular devices among the masses. And seeing the success of these devices, Samsung launched the Galaxy 10.1 tablet along the same line. It has quad-core 1.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 processor. The processor is backed by 2 GB of RAM, up to 64 GB of storage, a 7000 mAh battery, and a 10.1″ 1280×800 PLS screen.
The specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 are indeed awesome. And to utilize the tablet to it’s best, the user might want to root it. Most of Samsung’s devices are rooted with the help of Odin. With Galaxy Note 10.1 it’s the same. Follow the guide given below to root this tablet.
- A Windows PC with Samsung Drivers installed
- USB Debugging Enabled
- Odin 3 v1.85
- Rooting zip file. (GT-N8000, GT-N8010, GT-N8013, GT-N8020)
- Create a backup of all the data in case something goes wrong.
- Download the Odin 3 v1.85 and install it on the computer.
- Download the appropriate Rooting zip file and extract it on the computer. A CF-Auto-Root.tar.md5 file will be obtained.
- Launch Odin on the computer.
- Turn the tablet off and boot it in to the Download Mode by presssing and holding the Volume Down and Power buttons. When you see the warning screen, press the Volume Up key to continue to Download Mode.
- Connect the tablet to the PC using the USB cable. You will receive an “Added!” message on your Odin window.
- Click on “PDA” and select the file that that was extracted in step 3. Do not make any other changes in Odin
- Click the “Start” button in Odin.
- A “Pass” message will appear at the top-left part of the Odin window to indicate that you have successfully installed CF-Auto-Root.
- The tablet will automatically boot.
- Unplug the tablet from PC after you see the Samsung logo on the tablet’s screen. The device should boot into Recovery Mode automatically.
- If not then boot it manually by pressing and holding the Volume Up and Power buttons until the screen turns on.
- Done !