Sony Tablet P get root access just after the US release. The Tablet has Nvidia Tegra 2 T20, Dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A9 processor with 1 GB of RAM and runs on Android v3.2 Honeycomb. Sony Tablet P is very unique because of its two foldable screens, each with a 5.5-inch display of 1024 x 480 resolution.
This tutorial help you to Root and Unroot Sony Tablet P by using easy tutorial.
[box type="warning"] Rooting your phone will void tablet warranty or may cause damage to your tablet. Razzil will not be responsible for any damage cause during rooting process.[/box]
Advantage of Rooting:
- You can remove all junky system apps that you don’t want to use
- You can install different ROM’s
- You can install popular CWM recovery
Prepare your Tablet:
- Backup your all data
- Min 60% battery required
- Download Sony ADB Driver Automated Installer
- Download Sony Tablet Root Program
Instructions to Root Sony Tablet P:
- Extract Sony ADB Driver Install zip and navigate to “Install ADB Drivers.exe” and install all required drivers before connecting your tablet to pc/laptop
- We’ve to check if driver install correctly or not. Go to “Device Manager” and connect Sony Tablet P with the computer via USB Cable.
- Under “Portable Devices” you will see the “Sony Tablet P” and right click to “Update Driver Software”
- Select the option “Browse Computer” –> “Let you pic from a list” –> “Have Disk”
- Navigate to ADB driver and select the “android_winusb” file
- Out of four files, select only “Android Composite ADB Interface”
- Disconnect the tablet from computer
- Now on your tablet, Go to “Settings” –> “Applications” click to check “Unknown Sources”
- Next go into “Development” and click to “USB Debugging”
- Connect Sony Tablet P to your computer via USB
- Extract the Sony Tablet P Root program and go to “SonyTablet [ALLinONE] v1.1” folder
- Run the “SonyTablet.bat” file and follow on-screen instructions (Here you can root and Unroot tablet)
- Tablet will reboot multiple times, please do not stop or disconnect your tablet during process.
- You should get a message when the rooting is completed
- Go to your tablet apps and check if you’ve an application called “Superuser”.
- If you find it means you’ve successfully rooted your Sony Tablet P
by Raza Rahil Hussain