Root Galaxy Note 8.0 on Android 4.1.2 XXBMF1

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5100

You can now root Galaxy Note 8.0 on Android 4.1.2 XXBMF1 manually. If you have already updated your device, you can follow this step-by-step guide to root the device. The rooting process employs the use of CF-Auto-Root and ODIN. Rest assured that various bugs have been killed with this update and it brings a lot of smoothness to the device as well. Before you begin though, you need to ensure that you have at least 50% battery left and that you have the correct USB drivers. Please note that the tutorial makes use of CF-Auto-Root.

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Root Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3100 to Jelly Bean 4.1.2 XXCME2

Galaxy Tab 2

If you are using the Galaxy Tab 2, you can root it easily. This method employs the CF-Auto-Root, an exploit developed by the XDA members. Your device will be rooted to Android 4.1.2 XXCME2 Jelly Bean build after you successfully root it, which shouldn’t take more than ten minutes. All you need to do is follow the guidelines below. Before you begin though, you will need to have the correct USB drivers installed on your computer and ensure that the USB debugging mode is turned on. You also must ensure that you have at least 50% percent battery, and that is a general case with rooting anything, even the smallest of files.

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Root Galaxy S3 I9300 on Jelly Bean 4.1.2 XXEMD3 [How-To]

S3

Recently an OTA update was released for the Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 for Android 4.1.2 XXEMD3. If you haven’t already updated your phone, you might want to check for updates and if you have, follow this tutorial in order to root Galaxy S3 I9300 on Jelly Bean 4.1.2. The process is highly simple,  just make sure you follow the steps as they are. Before you begin though, you need to ensure that you have at least 50% battery left and that you have the correct USB drivers. Please note that the tutorial makes use of CF-Auto-Root. Moreover, please know that this tutorial will be applicable to root Galaxy S3 device alone.

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Root Nexus 10 on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Firmware [How-To]

Nexus 10

If you are running your Nexus 10 tablet on Android 4.2.2, this particular tutorial will guide you on how to root the device. If you are device was previously rooted and you updated your device, you will need to root your phone again because after the update, you would have lost the root privileges. This particular tutorial uses CF-Auto-Root which was released by XDA Developers a while ago and it will allow you to root Nexus 10 on Android 4.2.2. Before you begin you will need to ensure a few things. Firstly, please make sure that you have backed up your sensitive data because you will lose it. Secondly, make sure you have at least 50% battery left and that you have the correct USB drivers installed on your computer. Lastly, you will need to ensure that USB debugging is enabled on your cellphone. If you are ready to begin, please follow the step-by-step tutorial below.

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Root Galaxy S3 LTE I9305/T/N on Android 4.1.2 [How-To]

S3

The LTE variant of Samsung Galaxy S3 received the official Android update OS version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. The update is available to download over-the-air and through Samsung KIES. If you have already updated the device, you can follow this guide to root your device. Before you begin though, you need to ensure that you have at least 50% battery left and that you have the correct USB drivers. Moreover, please know that this tutorial will be applicable to root Galaxy S3 LTE variant alone. Finally, please be certain that you have the USB debugging mode on and that you backup all the sensitive data that may be on your phone since this process will remove all your data. If you are ready, please follow the tutorial below.

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Unroot Galaxy S3 to Stock Official Firmware [How-To]

S3

There are instances when you excitedly root your handset and when it comes to un-rooting it, you have absolutely no idea on how do that. This particular guide is about how to unroot Galaxy S3. This can come in handy if you want to return your device to stock settings. This can also come in handy if you brick your phone and want it fix because unrooting it will do just that. The process to go back to your stock ROM is hardly as difficult as rooting it, in fact, it is very simple. Before you begin though, you will need to make sure that you have at least 50% battery in your phone and obviously your phone must be rooted otherwise this tutorial is completely pointless. Please ensure that you have the correct USB drivers installed in your computer and you have the USB cable with you. Please backup your data because unrooting it will erase it in some instances. If you are ready to begin, please follow the step-by-step guide below.

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Root Galaxy S3 (AT&T) SGH-I747 on Android 4.1.2 [How-To]

S3

Not long ago the official firmware was released for the AT&T subscribers of Samsung Galaxy S3. It was an OTA update for the model SGH-I747. If you have already updated your devices, you can follow this step-by-step tutorial on how to root galaxy S3. The file uses CF-Auto-Root which will help in rooting your device. Before you begin though, you need to ensure that you have at least 50% battery left and that you have the correct USB drivers. Moreover, please know that this tutorial will be applicable to root Galaxy S3 alone. Finally, please be certain that you have the USB debugging mode on and that you backup all the sensitive data that may be on your phone since this process will remove all your data. If you are ready, please follow the tutorial below.

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Root Galaxy Note 2 (T-Mobile) SGH-T889 on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Firmware [How-To]

Galaxy Note II

For all the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (SGH-T889) users who have updated their devices to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, this tutorial will guide you on how to root Galaxy Note 2. The tutorial uses CF-Auto-Root file which helps the Galaxy Note 2 in rooting. Before you begin though, you will need to have the correct USB drivers installed on your computer and ensure that the USB debugging mode is turned on. You also must ensure that you have at least 50% percent battery, and that is a general case with rooting anything, even the smallest of files. Lastly, you might want to back up your data in case of any losses. If you are ready to begin, please follow the step-by-step guide below.

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Root Galaxy Note 2 (Sprint) SPH-L900 on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Firmware [How-To]

Galaxy Note 2 (Sprint) SPH-L900

Not long ago Samsung released the latest official Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware update for Sprint users. The model number is SPH-L710. If you have updated your device, this tutorial will guide you on how to root galaxy note 2. The tutorial uses CF-Auto-Root file which helps the Galaxy S3 in rooting. Before you begin though, you will need to have the correct USB drivers installed on your computer and ensure that the USB debugging mode is turned on. You also must ensure that you have at least 50% percent battery, and that is a general case with rooting anything, even the smallest of files. Lastly, you might want to back up your data in case of any losses. If you are ready to begin, please follow the step-by-step guide below.

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Root Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean [How-To]

Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000

For those of you who are using this device, follow the tutorial below to root Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000. The tutorial employs the use of CF-Auto-Root file which was released by the famous XDA developers. That’s the file that allows the device to root. You will need the correct USB drivers before you begin. Moreover, please ensure that you have the USB debugging mode on and you have at least 50% battery. It is also imperative that you backup your data in case of any losses. To be able to root Galaxy Note 10.1 should be factory unlocked. The following method will only work for this device. If you are ready, please follow the step-by-step tutorial after the break.

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