NVIDIA devices are great for gaming. What’s one rooted app that gamer’s might enjoy? The Marvel War of Heroes guide is one idea for all of you Tegra Note 7 owners. The Marvel War of Heroes application is back and available from the Google Play Store after originally being taken down.

There are literally hundreds of other apps worth mentioning that you can run on your NVIDIA device. Another popular app for people who love gaming is the Ad Blocker and Data Toggle application. The games make their revenue through ads if they are available for free, so it’s never a great idea to run Ad Block on your device. However, if you have one game that is enhanced with it running, perhaps you could run it during that game.

Tegra Note 7

Files You Need

  1. Download the root_tn7.img file from this page — you can find it under where it says the rooting for TN7 part.
  2. Download the Android zip file from this page.
  3. The following steps to root your NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 do void the warranty. You can only send it away for free repairs if you unroot the device. There is no unrooting option coming directly from the tool we are using today, so you’ll need to flash a stock ROM on the device to unroot it later.
  4. You must have a Windows computer to use this guide and its files.

Rooting the NVIDIA Tegra Note 7

  1. Download both the rooting packages to the computer and transfer them over to the desktop.
  2. Right-click the mouse on the Root zip file and select the option that says “extract here”.
  3. Click and drag the root_tn7.img file over so it’s in the same folder you just extracted.
  4. Long-press the Power button on your TN7 device and wait until it switches off.
  5. Reboot the device back up and in the fastboot mode. To do that, hold the Volume Up and Power buttons together at the same time until you can see the fastboot text menu on the devices display.
  6. Connect the TN7 to the computer using the USB cable you normally use for charging the battery.
  7. From within the folder where you have the files, hold the Shift key and right-click the mouse to choose the “open a new command window here” option from the menu.
  8. Type the following command into the command line and then press enter: fastboot boot root_tn7.img
  9. Wait until you see four penguins walking on the NVIDIA display and then you know the device is rooted.

Wait until your devices reboots, or reboot it manually if it doesn’t reboot automatically within a few minutes after seeing the penguins.

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