How to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A
Rooting your Samsung Galaxy Tab A can be very convenient for a multitude of reasons. In fact, in case you want to make unique configurations or in case you want to increase the power of your smartphone, you will have to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. So we can first see, what is- what is the root of a smartphone. In a second part, we will see how it is really appropriate to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Finally, we will look at security by taking a closer look at the threats that can cause the rooting of a smartphone. Finally, we will complete this tutorial with the methodology and steps to root your machine.
What does it mean to root a Samsung Galaxy Tab A?
Root is a procedure that goes back to remove user rights of your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Rooting the Android operating system thus provides the opportunity to become a superuser and thus have greater rights on the smartphone. Switching to superuser with root allows you to access the system folders of your Samsung Galaxy Tab A, something that was not conceivable with ordinary user rights. If you are wondering why Android phones are not rooted, it is because it would cause security issues compared to the operating system.
From what perspective to root a Samsung Galaxy Tab A?
There are a number of good reasons to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A and there are quite a few. For the most important, here is a short list of things you can do when your Samsung Galaxy Tab A is rooted:
- Remove apps that come pre-installed on your device to free up some memory.
- Customize all kinds of settings
- Increase smartphone performance
- Make full backups of your device
- Find deleted files
- Have a custom Android system with custom ROMs
Beware: sometimes Internet users confuse rooting and resetting a smartphone. In case the distinction is not clear to you, we invite you to follow our tutorial to reset a Samsung Galaxy Tab A, to be sure that it is the rooter that worries you.
What to do before rooting your Samsung Galaxy Tab A
First of all, please note that rooting your Android device does not remove the warranty of your Samsung Galaxy Tab A, when you are in France or Europe. So don’t worry about that side. With that said, you need to understand that rooting can lead to the modification of files that are essential to the proper functioning of your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. So make sure you know what you’re doing before you begin. We recommend that you look for a specific tutorial for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A.
How to root Samsung Galaxy Tab A
What conditions should be observed before rooting the smartphone
Before you begin the process, you will need to make sure of a number of things. For example, you will need to charge your smartphone first and make sure that it is fully charged to more than 70%. You will then need to download the programs and software that will allow you to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Depending on your smartphone model, you will need to carefully monitor which application is required. In case you don’t know how to install an app, feel free to refer to this post on how to install an app on Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Here are two apps that are compatible with most models. You still need to check if the app supports Samsung Galaxy Tab A by going to the compatible devices page.
Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A easily with Towelroot
Towelroot is a software that offers the ability to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A super fast. It works normally on all Android phones and therefore it should work for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. This software uses an Android flaw that allows you to root the device. To install it, nothing is easier, just search for it and install it on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Just make sure you have the correct installation ofunknown source app on your smartphone. All you have to do is follow the simple steps. If you are a bit tired of stereo slurs, you can find tutorials to help you.
Root Samsung Galaxy Tab A easily with Kingo Root
Just like Towelroot, Kingo Root is also an app that will let you root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A easily. With this software, you have the option to start rooting live on your smartphone or from your computer. It is up to you to choose the one you like best. The process is the same as Towelroot and there are also a number of tutorials with this software.
Root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A with other apps
There are some other paid apps that allow you to root your Samsung Galaxy Tab A. We haven’t tested them, but you can still use them in case the first 2 techniques we introduced don’t work.