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Thread: Finally! New root method for TF201- one click! (also works on 300 and 700)

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    I've tried this method with my TF300t with 4.2.1 JB, and I've successfully rooted my tablet without touching the bootloader thanks you so much for this finding, it really took 10secs. I've protected it with ota rootkeeper cheers

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    Can someone be kind enough to post a Dummy proof step by step guide?

    I haven't touched my 201 ever since I could not root anymore and I must admit I forgot everything about rooting so take it easy on me

    - Thanks in Advance -

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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxDieselxXx View Post
    Can someone be kind enough to post a Dummy proof step by step guide?

    I haven't touched my 201 ever since I could not root anymore and I must admit I forgot everything about rooting so take it easy on me

    - Thanks in Advance -
    First download motochopper.zip then unzip to folder on desktop ( named motochopper or such).
    Assuming you have prime drivers or universal drivers installed hook up prime to pc, open motochopper folder and click on run.
    When finished will state whether successful or not. If successful reboot prime and check for superusersu in apps. You should be good to go.

    Sent from my Transformer Prime TF201 using Tapatalk HD

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    Thanks ncphoto!,

    I will give it a shot...

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    Is it possible to remove using this method? I'd like to flash a custom ROM which I believe means I need to unlock the bootloader and also means I can't be rooted. Thanks!

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    This worked thanks lots

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    where is the link for root tf201(one click root), can't find it please advice......

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    It's in the first post, in the first line.

    -Tor

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    Good w Computers, Brand new w Android

    Quote Originally Posted by Tor View Post
    It's in the first post, in the first line.

    -Tor
    Hey there, everyone! You seem very approachable, which is good cuz I'm just acquiring this tablet for my dad and want to hook it up for him. He primarily uses his computer to surf the web (I know, I know) so please tell me if I'm understanding this correctly- you root the system to get rid of bloat ware, etc. then you have to reload everything that you're going to want on the tablet?! Please walk me through why this is done, and what my ultimate outcome is supposed to be (perhaps how I produce that)...
    Thanks so much for your patience and guidance!!
    -gus

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    Welcome to the forum Gustavosunidos! Yes, you can get rid of bloatware by rooting your tablet, but it is usually recommended to only root if you have a real need to do so, and you enjoy/know how to play with ROMs, overclocking, etc. There are other ways of minimizing bloatware, like disabling the bloat, without rooting. If you read some of the posts on this forum, you can find several horror stories about rooting failures, like bricking your device! Unless you or your father really know the workings of the Android OS, I wouldn't recommend doing so!
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