If you want to flash custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, you will need to download CWM (clockwork mod) recovery on it. After that, you would not only be able to flash custom ROMs, but also root it.
This is a Stock Deodexed firmware for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5210. It has the latest jelly bean firmware and is Fully Deodexed, Rooted, and Zipaligned. It even has Super SU and BusyBox pre installed.
It is not free of bloatware, and close to official Samsung ROM. You can use Xposed framework (link) and Wanam Xposed (link) with it. After booting the first time go to Exposed Installer App- click the – Framework tab – click install/update.
Next hit back button – select the Modules Tab – check Wanam Xposed module – reboot.
If you tried flashing a custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 LTE edition (P5220), and now you cannot boot up for some reason, the only savoir is to download the stock firmware and flash it. The firmware you need is “Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean XXUAMH8 Official Firmware for Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 LTE P5220”.
There are myriad Hello Kitty cases for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 on Ebay and ecommerce websites, and Samsung now thinks that there should be a Hello Kitty edition of Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 tablet. As expected, there are only minor cosmetic changes, such as pink chrome lining instead of silver, hello kitty wallpaper, and an ugly sticker on the back of the tablet.
As Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 hit the market shelves, more and more developers are getting their hands on the tablet. Most modders install clockwork mod recovery immediately after getting the tablet which allows them to root their device via CWM or install goodies that are otherwise not allowed by operating system, by default. So, here are the steps on how to download and install CWM recovery on the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1.
So, you just got yourself a shiny new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 (model # P5210), and want to root it so that you can mess around with the system and install applications that require super user (SuperSU) permission? Just follow these steps and you will have a rooted Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5210.
Finally, rooting instructions for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 are now available. For now, they are for the Wi-Fi version only. By getting root, you will be able to install those applications, that require super user access. After performing root, you will SuperSU app on your tablet. Here are the step by step instructions on how to get root on your Galaxy Tab 3 7.0.
As the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 has started to hit the store shelves, a lot of Samsung lovers have already bought it. In fact, a lot of development is going on for the tablet. Yesterday, CWM for the Tab 3 8.0 was made available and today, we have the touchscreen friendly clockwork mod – the TWRP.
Clockwork Mod 6 is now available for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and as of now, it is fully compatible with SM-T310, SM-T311 and SM-T315. After flashing the CWM, you will gain the ability to flash custom ROM, kernels and whatnot.
1. Get the package from here and place it in the root of your external SD card.
2. Reboot to CWM recovery. Do this by pressing Power+Vol UP.
3. chose zip from sd card
4. Select the root.zip file.
5. reboot and done
We all love grabbing stock wallpapers of upcoming and new phones and tablets. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is already selling like hotcakes and one of its user was kind enough to send us its stock wallpapers that comes bundled with the official ROM. Here they are.
A couple of days back, Samsung surprised the whole world by churning out the successor of Tab 2 that was destined to be released at IFA 2013. Anyway, we have the review device with us and we were lucky enough to run a few benchmarks on it to see how it compare benchmark wise to the Galaxy Tab 2.
Galaxy Tab 3 7 Benchmark
As you can see, the Tab 3 7 inch scored much higher than the Tab 2, which scored mere 1165 points in GFXBench 2.5 Egypt HD C24Z16 test. However, it is evident that even the new Galaxy Tab 3 is no match for the Apple’s iPad Mini released last year that carried the processor of iPad 2, the Apple A5. The iPad Mini scored 2855 in the same benchmark test.