Even before it was launched, Samsung Galaxy Tab has been considered the best Android tablet in the market. And when it is Android, there has to be developer activities involved with it. RyanZA of XDA Developers has finally brought up the easiest way to root Samsung Galaxy Tab.
To root your Samsung Galaxy Tab, you need a Tab (of course!) and to follow simple tips:
- Download z4root app from Android Market.
- Enable USB Debugging in your Tab. To do it, go to Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging. Tick the option to enable.
- Now, run the z4root app and select the “Root” button there.
- Sweet. You’re done. The app will root the device without your further involvement. It will then restart the Tab.
After the Tab restarts, check for a Superuser app in the menu. If it is there, your Galaxy Tab has been successfully rooted. If not, retry by running the z4root app again. You can also use the app to re-root the Tab or un-root it. Pretty easy and fool-proof.
There is another method available on XDA forums, which helps you root the Samsung Galaxy Tab.