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[TUTORIAL] Root your Galaxy Tab 7 Plus P6200/P6210/SGH-T869 & Galaxy Tab 7.7 P800

29th November 2011, 01:00 AM |#1  
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CONFIRMED WORKING. TITANIUM BACKUP & OTHERS ALL RUNNING FINE...

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1287205


Please find bellow an easy way to root the new Galaxy Tab 7 Plus P6200/P6210/SGH-T869 & Galaxy Tab 7.7 P800.

1. Download and install LATEST SAMSUNG KIES
2. Transfer the attached file root.zip to the EXTERNAL CARD on Galaxy Tab Plus
3. Turn off the Galaxy Tab Plus
4. Enter Recovery
- Hold Volume UP button + Power Button
- When TAB turns ON, RELEASE POWER BUTTON (Keep Holding Volume UP Button)
- Will Enter Recovery
5. Select install update from EXTERNAL Storage
6. Look for the file root.zip and select it with power button
7. When Finish, REBOOT

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Go to MARKET and INSTALL SUPERUSER... Run this app and Update SU Binary
Go to MARKET and INSTALL BUSYBOX... Run this app and Install your chosen BusyBox version

Thank me and the original post if this works for you...
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29th November 2011, 02:57 PM |#2  
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CWM working?
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CWM working?

need to wait for the a kick-ass developer to do it... dont dare to try...
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29th November 2011, 09:17 PM |#4  
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need to wait for the a kick-ass developer to do it... dont dare to try...

Thanks! Any devs out there wanna help us out? ;)
30th November 2011, 05:21 PM |#5  
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Thanks! Any devs out there wanna help us out? ;)

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CWM working?

I have CWM 4.0.1.5 installed and working on my GT-P6210. I've booted into recovery and made backups with no problem.
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30th November 2011, 05:42 PM |#6  
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I have CWM 4.0.1.5 installed and working on my GT-P6210. I've booted into recovery and made backups with no problem.

Awesome, good news! Do you know if it will work on the p6200? Anyone have it working on tab plus 3g?
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Awesome, good news! Do you know if it will work on the p6200?

Don't know, but see no reason why not. Same hardware except for the cell radio. I think when I installed ROM Manager, I selected the Samsung GalaxyS2 as the "phone" manager for CWM recovery (4.0.1.5). I've had no problems with it yet.
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Don't know, but see no reason why not. Same hardware except for the cell radio. I think when I installed ROM Manager, I selected the Samsung GalaxyS2 as the "phone" manager for CWM recovery (4.0.1.5). I've had no problems with it yet.

Oh okay, thanks! Will try it out and report back...
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Awesome, good news! Do you know if it will work on the p6200? Anyone have it working on tab plus 3g?

Got it working on my 3G/Wifi P6200 model ; just select SGS II in rom manager
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Got it working on my 3G/Wifi P6200 model ; just select SGS II in rom manager

Great! Thanks!
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