How to Root Galaxy Tab 10.1N GT-P7501

Galaxy Tab 10.1N GT-P7501 is facing an important change. Behind it all is an app with rooting powers. Below is our guide; use it if you want to know how to spice up your tablet’s life!

You will first need to use a Build ID with the rooting. We have one for you if you can’t find one: HTJ85B.XXLB1. If, however, you’re advanced at such a thing, SRSRoot lets you use a different ID. Yes, the name of the tool which can root the tablet is SRSRoot. You will be able to have this instrument for free from a certain place; more on that in a few minutes.

The benefits of this procedure

This app is sought after by many gadget owners. That’s because it contains many essential and important stuff for your tablet’s own good. Among them, plenty of customization tools. The Samsung GT-P7501 came out in 2011 with Android 3.2 as its OS. This operating system will be left where it belongs; no matter the device’s Android variant, the SRSRoot will still work with it. With a rooted gadget you can always enjoy new features; the 2x ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore CPU that is pre-installed will deliver faster speeds, too.Galaxy-Tab-10.1N-GT-P7501

The freeware used for your tablet’s rooting can do its thing on gadgets that aren’t the one you own. Besides functioning well on other gadgets, this tool can also provide you with root-only apps. A series of custom ROMs, superuser / admin permission and battery tweaks alike will also be offered. All of these novelties can be experimented without fear of viruses and other damaging issues. This app, powered by an SRS Server, won’t bug you with bloatware. Do you want to use an unrooting method and you don’t know what to pick? You can go with the same SRSRoot app.

Because the tablet’s warranty will be revoked by the rooting, we advise you to use a guide that’s tailored for it. You should also be prepared for more damage. Such a situation will arise if the rooted Samsung GT-P7501 is updated. When that happens, the root access will be revoked; important data will thankfully remain undamaged. The system partition, however, will become a thing of the past as well; the internal / external SD cards won’t.


You are now ready for our requirements:

  • USB drivers that will only work with your tablet should be downloaded from here on your laptop;
  • when done, install them there;
  • next, have USB Debugging enabled on your Galaxy Tab 10.1N GT-P7501;
  • in order to stop your tablet from losing its data, perform a set of backups;
  • also, start creating a full NANDroid backup;
  • Linux is the only OS version which your laptop must come with;
  • the security programs that protect the tablet from numerous threats need to be deactivated for now;
  • do the exact same for the laptop’s security software;
  • the tablet’s battery level shouldn’t be low, but if they are, consider recharging the device.

Step by step instructions

You’ll soon be on your way toward rooting the tablet. To reach that important point, operate the steps underneath.

  1. Since you have to get the SRSRoot on your tablet, download it on your laptop first. The address you’ll find this tool at is this one. Click on that link, then on the page’s download button.
  2. Moving on, here’s what needs to happen with the app: after you install it on the laptop, launch it and enable Menu. Next, have Settings activated; Unknown Sources is the next action you need to tap. Find it by looking under Settings on your tablet.
  3. Another step needs this from you: turn on USB Debugging. If you remember, you had to tap this option before; if you have, no use to perform this part. Instead, do this: provide, between the laptop and Galaxy Tab 10.1N GT-P7501, a connection.
  4. Initiate this by using the tablet’s USB cable. After the latter has completed its important job, another thing should happen.
  5. This is what we mean: go to Root Device (All Methods). Upon arriving to this option, make sure you tap it. Once the option’s has been activated, it will begin rooting the tablet.
  6. [sc name=”banner-jos”]You will need to be patient for around 10-15 minutes. When you notice that 15 minutes are done and the rooting’s not over, redo the steps. As far as the last step goes, here’s how to end the guide: tap Reboot System Now.
  7. Having this option turned on means that your tablet can finally enjoy the root access. When you see it restarted, run along and enjoy all of those new additions.

Should you be underwhelmed by the novelties, consider revoking the root access with the same old SRSRoot freeware.

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