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Updated Root/Unroot Method for Galaxy Tab 10.1 U.S. WiFi Version
The most exciting root is almost always the first root. Getting s-off, freeing your phone for the first time and sticking it to the proverbial man is exciting. However, that doesn’t depreciate the effort to keep that root method updated and making it an easier, more stable method.
XDA Senior Member S0ckM0nk3y of the Android Creative Syndicate has taken the prior root method for the, updated it and written up an easy to follow, detailed tutorial for those who don’t know what they’re doing.
It should be noted that the method is intended specifically for the United States WiFi version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. So if that’s not what you’re packing, do not use this method as it could damage your device.
The method not only features and updated root method, but also an updated unroot method for those who need to get that Tab back to legit for whatever reason they need it that way. It also includes downloads and tools in case the user doesn’t have them.
For those who’s U.S. Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi people who could use an updated root method, you can find the download links, full tutorial for both root and unroot methods and even a full video tutorial in the original thread.
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