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So, if you have not yet flashed, satisfy my curiosity and post the firmware that is the default and then do a nandroid backup before you start .
this is the info for a 4G tab from rogers, just updated to android 3.2:


model number: GT-P7500R

android version: 3.2

baseband version: P7500RUXKK2

kernel version: 2.6.36.3 se.infra@SEP-63 #1

build number: HTJ85B.UXKK2 P7500RUXKK2
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Unhappy Recovery mode navigation

I 'm sure there is a simple answer; however, I looked everywhere and can't find it. I somehow disabled the back key in recovery mode, and I can't get back to the menu to allow to me to reboot my tab. I've tried every combo of power and up and down volume rockers. I'm currently stuck in choose zip to apply...Help!

EDIT: As I said, I knew it was simple. Just hold the power button down for a few seconds and it will re-enter recovery mode.
 
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My sister just bought a 10.1 tab from Rogers and I haven't really kept up, so I'd like to confirm on what the best way to root it would be. I've already rooted my 16gb wifi, can I just use the same method (flashing cwm with odin then flashing the root update zip from cwm) ?

Don't think she's planning on using the 4g (lol) modem, only wifi.

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I 'm sure there is a simple answer; however, I looked everywhere and can't find it. I somehow disabled the back key in recovery mode, and I can't get back to the menu to allow to me to reboot my tab. I've tried every combo of power and up and down volume rockers. I'm currently stuck in choose zip to apply...Help!

EDIT: As I said, I knew it was simple. Just hold the power button down for a few seconds and it will re-enter recovery mode.
For future reference, run down the menu three times to enable or disable the back option.
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Thank you for this usefull topic.. but please update your ROM list and kernel !!!!
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silly question. How do I know if my tablet is 4G or 3G? on the box says 4G enabled but I bought from ROGERS Canada. any suggestion?
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Default CWM Recovery - differences through ROM Manager and ODIN

I have P7500 3G model.
I used steps of the first post and succesfully rooted the device and installed CWM from ROM Manager.

What is the difference between flashing CWM recovery through ROM Manager and through ODIN?
 
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This is an important sticky thread, its 2012 already would it be useful to have this (first post) updated already?
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how do i get rid of the crapware on the device after rooting?
what is the most common crapware everyone uninstalls.

also what is the best/most used ROM for P7510 and why is it the best
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how do i get rid of the crapware on the device after rooting?
what is the most common crapware everyone uninstalls.

also what is the best/most used ROM for P7510 and why is it the best
with titanium. download it from the market.
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