Former Writer · Jun 14, 2012 at 11:30 pm

Debugfs Auto Root Brings Latest One-Click Method to Transformer Prime, Original Transformer, and TF300T

Many devices in the Android world have the capacity to share software. As anyone who frequently visits the Sony Xperia line up sub forums can tell you, a single modification for a device can often be used on a myriad of devices. Sometimes, it’s a simple performance mod or a theme, but other times it’s something important—like a root method. We recently brought you news of a method to root the Transformer TF300T without downgrading, and it turns out that this method can also be used for the Asus Transformer Prime.

The tool, called Debugfs Automated Root, was developed by XDA Senior Member sparkym3, who is no stranger to rooting the Transformer Prime. This particularly tools pulls from a variety of sources, all credited of course.

Debugfs is about as easy to use as a one-clock method gets. Users simply download the package, unzip it and run the .bat included. Need the drivers? No worries as they are included in the package as well. The best feature, by far, is the compatibility as this tool has been released in a few versions for a few Transformer devices including:

Latest Supported Versions:
v9.4.2.28 for the TF201
v9.2.1.24 for the TF101
v9.4.3.29 for the TF300

So if you own one of these devices, this tool will work for you.

For users who want to learn more, head over to the original thread.


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