Jimmy McGee · May 9, 2012 at 12:30 pm

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – XDA TV

In today’s episode of XDA TV, XDA Forum Moderator and Recognized Developer shenye teaches us how to root the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Shen begins by unboxing the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and showing us all of the wonderful items that come out of the box. He then takes us through the process of getting the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 rooted using tools from the XDA Developers Forums.

For more Android Development instructional videos check out Shen’s video on How to Root the HTC One X. Also check out Part 1 of Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler’s article How to Build an Android App. Once you’ve digested the first session, check out part two. Also, be sure to check out the other wonderful and informative episodes on XDA TV.

To get in on the Tab 10.1 discussion, head over to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 forum.


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