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Announcement: How to Install KitKat ROM on Galaxy Tab 10.1!

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For those of you who want to install KitKat ROMs like Android 4.4.2, 4.4.3, or 4.4.4, you will need to update your CWM or TWRP recovery to CWM version 6.0.4.3 or higher OR TWRP v2.6.3.3 or higher.  Otherwise the KitKat ROM will give you a status 7 error and not install.

In this video tutorial, I show you how to install KitKat ROM on Galaxy Tab 10.1 by installing the latest version of TWRP.

Pretty easy to do, here’s the files you need to download:

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Announcement: How to Root ICS on Galaxy Tab 10.1! (Also for Tab 2)

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So, you just updated your Galaxy Tab 10.1 to official ICS (or custom ICS) and enjoying it? Well, you should go root it immediately so you have root again, here’s a video tutorial that shows you how to do it easily.

First, you will need to install ClockworkMod Recovery for your Galaxy Tab 10.1. Do that first and follow thi

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Announcement: How to Root Galaxy Tab 10.1 the Easy Way! [Honeycomb/ICS]

There’s a newer, easier method to root your Galaxy Tab 10.1 instead the old method.

This one is pretty simple.

First, you will need Windows computer. If you don’t have one, borrow a Windows laptop from your friend or family member.

Second, make sure you’ve installed Galaxy Tab 10.1 Windows drivers. (Download it here)

Third, put your Galaxy Tab 10.1 into ODIN download mode by holding down both Power Button and

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How to Root Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch/11-inch!

Want to root your Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch or 11-inch?

The method is nearly identical to Galaxy Tab 10.1 except you need the correct ClockworkMod Recovery for your Tab 2 version.

For Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch, please see ClockworkMod Recovery for Tab 2 7-inch and install it.

For Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch, please see ClockworkMod Recovery for

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How to Overclock ICS on Galaxy Tab 10.1 with A1 Kernel!

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Does your stock ICS ROM lag? Well, there’s a fix for that.

If you have a Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G P7500 version of Wifi P7510 version, you can install A1 kernel, which allows you to overclock up to 1.4Ghz with the use of SetCPU app. After overclocking my Tab 10.1 to 1.4Ghz, I can clearly tell my tablet runs much faster like it should.

This kernel also gives you additional features like Voodoo Sound app support (download from Play Store), USB charging, and more.

Give it a go if you have a stock ICS ROM and let me know what you think!

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How To Unroot/Update to Official ICS Android 4.0.4 on Galaxy Tab 10.1!

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As many of you know, the official ICS Android 4.0.4 for Galaxy Tab 10.1 was pushed out last night. For those of you who have updated, you should be good to go. For those of you on a custom ROM, here’s how to unroot/update your Galaxy Tab 10.1 (P7500 or P7510) to the official ICS.

Also you can use this method to update your Galaxy Tab 10.1 on a stock unroot/rooted ROM.

If you are on a custom ROM, please MAKE A BACKUP OF EVERYTHING ON YOUR INTERNAL STORAGE, as doing a “Factory reset” (at the end of the video) will erase all contents of your internal

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How to Unroot Galaxy Tab 10.1!

To unroot your Galaxy Tab 10.1, you can download the appropriate stock ROM for your Galaxy Tab 10.1 (find it here on XDA), then do the following:

Put your Galaxy Tab 10.1 in ODIN download mode by holding down both Power Button and Volume Down button and let go when your Tab 10.1 reboots, shows Samsung logo, then 2 menus.

Hit Volume Up button and your Tab 10.1 should be in ODIN download mode.

Open up Odin3v1.85.exe program.

Choose PDA and choose the file ending in “tar.md5″

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How To Install CWM Recovery 5.5.0.4 on Galaxy Tab 10.1!

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This guide will show you how to install CWM Recovery 5.5.04 on your Galaxy Tab 10.1 for ALL models listed here.

By installing CWM Recovery, you will be able to easily root your Galaxy Tab 10.1 (by flashing Superuser.zip file in CWM Recovery) or install/backup/restore ROMs.

Download: Download CWM Recovery files (Don’t have unzipping program? Download and install

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How to Enable USB Charging on your Computer and All USB Charging Adapters on your Galaxy Tab 10.1!

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Tired of not being able to charge your Galaxy Tab 10.1 only on its exclusive AC charger?

NOTE: THIS IS ONLY FOR HONEYCOMB!!!

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 stock only allows you to charge via USB Wall charger which is rated at 2 amps, here’s how to hack it for any rooted Galaxy Tab 10.1 running Pershoot kernel so you can charge it via USB on your computer or even regular USB chargers.

Step 1. First, you will need a rooted Galaxy Tab 10.1 with Pershoot’s overclocking kernel or a custom ROM with Pershoot’s overclocking kernel.

Step 2. Install

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How to Backup/Restore Apps on Rooted Galaxy Tab 10.1 with Titanium Backup!

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For those of you who are installing new ROMs, you will definitely want to backup all your apps using Titanium Backup app, available for free on the Market.  (The pay version is better btw, one-click restore.)

Step 1. Simply run the app, Goto Schedules tab and hit “Run” under “Backup of all apps & newer versions”.  This will backup all your non-system apps that you’ve installed along with data, if there’s any stored in it.

Step 2. Now, if there’s any system apps such as Memo app that you’ve wrote some memos,

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