Would you like more control over your Android operating system for things like changing the local settings, memory card settings, dream settings, Quick Launch settings or NFC settings? The Tasker app can do all of that and more.
The only things is in order to get the Tasker app working on your device, you first need to root the Samsung Galaxy tab 4 device.
Files You Need
- Download the CF-Root package you need from the Chainfire page on this page.
- Download the Odin flashing tool (latest) from this page.
- Download the universal ADB Driver from this page.
- These are the steps to root the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 with model number SM-T532 running Android 4.4.2 KitKat. You must downgrade the device to Android 4.4.2 KitKat to apply the rooting guide without any risk of bricking the device.
- You can only follow this guide using the Odin flashing tool and the CF-Root tool on a Windows computer. Any operating system from Windows XP and up works fine.
Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 SM-T532
- Extract the rooting package, the Odin package and the drivers to the desktop of the computer.
- Run the executable Odin file and the flashing tool user-interface will open.
- Reboot the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 in download mode by pressing the Power + Home + Volume Down keys after rebooting the device.
- Connect the Samsung Galaxy tab to the computer using the USB cable.
- Click the AP button in the Odin user-interface and upload the executable CF-Root tool.
- Click the Start button without changing any of the default settings.
- Wait up to 15 minutes for the Odin flashing tool to complete the rooting process on your Galaxy tab.
- Soon you will see the Pass message and the box light up green.
- Now you can close down the Odin app on the computer and reboot your device if it doesn’t reboot automatically.
- Once the tab is rebooted, head to the Google Play Store and install the root checker app.
You can stay in the Google Play Store and install the Tasker application that we mentioned above.