People love to discover more and more easy ways for some necessary things but all are for same purpose like different root methods and those of use own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and want to root the tablet, now they can root their tablet easily using the stock Android recovery. It’s a unique root method, as you know well that Samsung smartphones and tablets can’t typically be rooted via stock recovery, normally, you use the Odin and Heimdall to do so that also increase the flash counter but stock recovery doesn’t increase that.
Read on how to root the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 using stock recovery. This method works on all Galaxy Tab 7.7 running Ice Cream Sandwich.
DISCLAIMER: Please proceed the below guide at your own risk, Android Egis will not be held responsible if your device lost data or get damaged following this guide.
Step #1: Download the required Root_SuperSU.0.95.Only-signed.zip.
Step #2: Place the downloaded file to the external SD card.
Step #3: Turn off the tablet.
Step #4: Reboot the tablet into recovery mode by pressing and holding down volume up and power buttons (Note: In recovery mode use volume keys to navigate and power button to select).
Step #5: Select apply update from external storage, then select choose apply update from external storage, press power button to enter, using volume buttons and navigate to the Universal Root folder.
Step #6: There select Root_SuperSU.0.95.Only-signed.zip, then press Power button and installation will start.
Step #7: Once the installation is done, navigate to ../ and press Power button. Then navigate again to ../ and press power button and there reboot system now.
That’s it, your Galaxy Tab 7.7 is now rooted, if you faced any issue, do comment below.