[ROOT] CF-autoroot - Galaxy Tab S2 - SM-T710/T810/T715/T815 [19/9/15]

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FunThomas76

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Does the cf-Autoroot works with latest T810XXU2CPK1_T810DBT2CPK1 stock firmware ? I always stay in the "recovery is not seandroid enforcing" bootscreen :(

i took the workaround to flash again twrp and used supersu latest stable without the chance to update over wifi
 

deanobro

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Is this process at all possible without a pc and odin, ie is therea paid odin + pc(in that you could skip using odin and a pc and use just one program on the device ) method at all?
 

JethroBaidoo

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Samsung Tab S SM-T807V

I want to root my Samsung Tab S SM-T807V and flash with custom rom with voice calling capabilities. This device is already a GSM model and uses a sim card. i believe i should be able to make voice calls with it.
 
I need some help. I've been out of the game a while. Decided yesterday to root my SM-T710. It was completely stock up to this point. Had OTA upgrades to 7.0. I ODIN'd it with the autoroot tried rebooting, just clocked with the Samsung logo turning dark to bright. Then I tried the 5.11 autoroot, still same thing. I did get TWRP to install. It does say the warranty is tripped so it looks like the autoroot worked but I'm guessing I'm having a kernal conflict. I tried taking the stock 5.11 and ODIN back to kind of start over, that fails, can't copy the boot.img. I think I have everything I need just have done it in the wrong order. Any advice, tips would be appreciated.

The reason I wanted to root this is because I kept running into problems with reading/writing to the SD card, same issue as years ago that Google hasn't fixed. I know from experience with root you don't have this issue. This tablet is around 4-5 years old, if all else fails I could get a new one but I'm sure from experience someone could walk me through the order/tricks to get it booting again.
 
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ashyx

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I need some help. I've been out of the game a while. Decided yesterday to root my SM-T710. It was completely stock up to this point. Had OTA upgrades to 7.0. I ODIN'd it with the autoroot tried rebooting, just clocked with the Samsung logo turning dark to bright. Then I tried the 5.11 autoroot, still same thing. I did get TWRP to install. It does say the warranty is tripped so it looks like the autoroot worked but I'm guessing I'm having a kernal conflict. I tried taking the stock 5.11 and ODIN back to kind of start over, that fails, can't copy the boot.img. I think I have everything I need just have done it in the wrong order. Any advice, tips would be appreciated.

The reason I wanted to root this is because I kept running into problems with reading/writing to the SD card, same issue as years ago that Google hasn't fixed. I know from experience with root you don't have this issue. This tablet is around 4-5 years old, if all else fails I could get a new one but I'm sure from experience someone could walk me through the order/tricks to get it booting again.
Just install the latest Supersu with TWRP. Everything you need is in my TWRP thread.
If you have a Tab S2 it can't be more than 3 years old.
 
Just install the latest Supersu with TWRP. Everything you need is in my TWRP thread.
If you have a Tab S2 it can't be more than 3 years old.

You are the man, that worked, setting up now. Thanks so much. Just shows, ya just have to ask the right person.

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Release was September 2015. So 2.5 years at maximum.

Seems older, I'm ready for a new one with something new and cool on it! :)
 

ashyx

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You are the man, that worked, setting up now. Thanks so much. Just shows, ya just have to ask the right person.

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Seems older, I'm ready for a new one with something new and cool on it! :)
Your device got updated to Nougat if you're not already running it?
 
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james0077901

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what if the model is same but the android version is not the same? is it okay?
for example i have a galaxy tab s2 model smt715y and i see it on auto root but the android verion of my tab is 6.0.1 but the available version is 7.0?
 

ashyx

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what if the model is same but the android version is not the same? is it okay?
for example i have a galaxy tab s2 model smt715y and i see it on auto root but the android verion of my tab is 6.0.1 but the available version is 7.0?
Better to update to nougat first.
 

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