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[GUIDE] Topelotek Meteor T07D Rooting Tutorial

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By Viva La Android, Member on 13th August 2019, 12:49 AM
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Topelotek Meteor T07D
7" Android Tablet
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Systemless Root via Magisk 19.3-Stable

DISCLAIMER: By proceeding further, you are assuming sole responsibility for the integrity and operability of your tablet. This rooting method has been tested on my own device. However, I will not be held liable or responsible for any mishaps which may occur during the rooting of your device. Follow the simple instructions carefully and you should encounter no problems.

This procedure will install Magisk v19.3-Stable systemless root on your Topelotek Meteor tablet via patched boot image. As such, you will be able to remove any unwanted bloatware, tweak your stock kernel parameters and overclock your CPU, install the Xposed framework, install BusyBox binaries, etc. Moreover, you will have full access to the myriad of Magisk Modules available on the Magisk Manager application.

This tablet ships with an unlocked bootloader out of the box. To enable this feature, you will need to first enable Developer Options and tick the option for OEM Unlocking. Also, be sure and tick the option for USB Debugging. Next, you will need a recent version of the Minimal ADB & Fastboot utilities installed on your PC or laptop, as well as the proper ADB device drivers. There are many excellent guides here on XDA that cover these topics.

1. Download the Magisk patched boot image from the link below and save it to your ADB & Fastboot directory on your PC;
2. Connect your tablet to your PC with the OEM supplied (or quality equivalent) micro USB to USB charging/syncing cable;
3. Open a command window in the proper path and, after ensuring ADB communication, execute this command:
adb reboot bootloader
Your device will boot into fastboot mode, denoted by white TOPELOTEK lettering amidst a pale blue screen;
4. After ensuring proper fastboot communication, execute these commands:
fastboot flash boot patched_boot.img
fastboot reboot
Upon reboot, your device will be rooted with Magisk v19.3-Stable systemless root binaries. Open the Magisk Manager application and follow any prompts for setup or updates. (Note: if the Magisk Manager app is not installed after rebooting, you will need to manually install the APK, which is available here on XDA, in the Official Magisk Release & Announcement thread:
5. Finished...

Thanks to XDA Recognized Developer and Recognized Contributor @topjohnwu for creating the Magisk Universal Systemless Interface, and for his ceaseless hard work on the project.

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