If you want to root the stock firmware on your Samsung Tab, then read this post that explains how to root Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713 using Odin. Rooting is often an essential task if the device does not update the firmware automatically. So you have to root the device first, and then you will be able to flash the stock firmware. The reason is that flashing requires a rooted device.
On the other hand, if you want to install custom ROM or Kernel on your Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713, then you can use this guide. There are several methods to root the device. In this post, we will use Samsung Odin to root your Galaxy Tab.
Though rooting is a simple task, many Android users, especially beginners, cannot determine how to root and what tool to download. If you are one of them, you can read this article. From here, you will get a clear idea about how to root your Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713. We will try to explain every step easily.
Benefits of Rooting Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713
After rooting the device, you can:
- Install the custom firmware or Kernel
- Block the unwanted advertisements
- Uninstall any pre-install apps
- Install any app that was incompatible before rooting
- Increase battery life and boost the speed of your device
Our shared method will work on only Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713 running on Android version 7 with built ID NRD90M.T713XXS2BSG1. Before starting the rooting process, make sure you have charged the battery up to 30-40%.
Important Tools and Driver
- Samsung USB Driver
- Samsung Odin
- Root Files
- Root Checker
How to Root Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713
Basically, there are several ways to root any device: with PC, without PC, using TWRP Recovery, and with Odin. This post will root the Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713 model using a Windows computer and Odin. Our method is compatible with all Windows versions. Let’s gather the above tools and drivers and then proceed to the steps below.
Step 1: Before starting the rooting process, you need to connect the device to the PC. So you have to download the Samsung USB driver and install it on your Windows PC. However, if you have already installed it on your PC, then you can skip this step.
Step 2: After successfully download and install the USB driver, you should get the root file. So download the root file for Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 and extract the content of this folder. After extracting the content, you will see an image.tar.md5 file.
Step 3: Go to the “Settings” option and navigate to the ‘About Phone” option.
Step 4: Then click on the “Build Number” 6-8 times to enable the developer option.
Step 5: Now, navigate to the “Settings” option and select the ‘Developer Options.”
Step 6: Then click on the “OEM Unlocking” check box, and click on the “Enable” button.
Step 7: Now, click on the ‘Delete All” option.
Step 8: In this phase, “Switch Off” the Galaxy tablet and boot the device into download mode by pressing and holding the Volume Down, Home, and Power button at the same time for 6-9 seconds until download mode is activated.
Step 9: When the download mode is activated, the yellow/white triangle warning sign will appear. Now, press the “Volume Up” key and continue.
Step 10: Download and install Samsung Odin on your PC and connect the Tablet to your Windows computer.
Step 11: When your computer connects to the Galaxy Tab, the Odin will automatically detect and recognize your Samsung Tablet and show the “Added” messages in the log area.
Step 12: Now, click on the AP option from the Odin dashboard’s right side and locate the image.tar.md5 file from the extracted root folder.
Step 13: After selecting the file, click on the ‘Start” button to begin the flashing process.
Step 14: It will take no more than one minute to complete the rooting process. After completing the rooting successfully, a green box will appear with the “PASS!” option. In the meantime, your Tablet will restart automatically.
Step 15: If you see the green box with the pass option, you can disconnect the tablet from your computer.
Step 16: If you are uncertain about the rooting, you can verify the rooting status. To do that, go to your tablet’s home option and find out the “SuperSU” application. If you see this app on your application menu, that means your device is rooted successfully.
Step 17: Also, you can use the Root Checker app to check the rooted status.
If both apps state that the Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713 is rooted, you have to successfully root the device.
Warning: Rooting voids the device warranty. However, you can reverse the warranty if you unroot the phone again using the same rooting application. So take precautions before processing into the next level.
So, guys, that is all about how to root Samsung Galaxy S2 8.0 SM-T713 model using Odin. We have tried to cover everything related to the user manual along with the download file. Still, if you need any assistance, then feel free to comment below.