Featured: Galaxy Note 10.1 Can Now Be Rooted Using Odin


Galaxy Note 10.1 is a new entry in the series of tablets by Samsung. Though the device was announced at the MWC this year, the device had some problems and the public release delayed due to that. Well, Samsung lately announced the release of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet's source code which allowed the developers to dig deeper and root it.

The developers over at XDA Forum have found out a way to root the latest Galaxy Note 10.1 and it comes in the form of a pre-rooted Stock ROM. If the word rooting sound strange to you, let me make you familiar with it. By rooting your device, you are allowing the apps on your device to access system-specific files. There are some apps in the Google Play which require your device to be rooted in order to install them, so if you root your device, you will be able to access those apps.


The root method for the Galaxy Note 10.1 uses the Odin Tool to flash the Stock ROM to your device and when you are done with it, you will have root access on your device. It doesn't consist of any complex steps and it's easy to gain root access on your device. Hit up the source link given below to see exact steps.

Via: Engadget

Source: RootGalaxyNote

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