Another year has come and we have a lot of things to be excited about this 2012. This year we are going to expect more Android gadgets that we can play with. Many manufacturers have promised some new releases this 2012. And, of course, we are expecting to see more action from the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2012) is just around the corner, too. Since the year just started, we still have to wait for these awesome events to take place, though.
While waiting for all those delightful events to unfold, we can’t just sit around and be bored, right? If you have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE (SGH-I957) and you want to bring more excitement to it, here's something you can try: root it and take back your ownership of your Android tablet. Rooting your Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE is just the first step to unleashing its true potential. It practically opens the doors for you to do more on your Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Most of you already know the drill. If you are to proceed with this process, the warranty for your Galaxy Tab 8.9 will be voided. Make backups of your phone data. Be extra careful in following the steps. You need not worry, though, for these are simple steps.
The process of rooting the Galaxy Tab 8.9 will require a PC. A Windows Vista or Windows 7 PC will suffice. This is needed to run the software that will root the device. And, it will also be good to make sure that the Galaxy Tab 8.9 battery is at least half-full. Better yet–and to be safe–root your device with its battery fully charged.
Follow these steps to root your tablet:
Now that you have already rooted your Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE SGH i957, things won’t be that restrictive anymore. Go ahead, try installing your favorite custom ROM on your freshly rooted Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE.