It’s not every day that I am faced with the challenge of having to write about something that I cannot put into words. Usually if somebody wants something out of my voice I’ll be lucky to string three words together somewhat coherently. Give me a pen and paper and ask the same question and I can take that pen and paper into the back room and give you at least 500 words on what you wanted, and I can do that all within around five minutes with a capable pen.
For reasons unknown to me, the Tasker application is one that I cannot put down on paper or into words at all. The arrogance in me would put to down to the fact that I haven’t spent much time using the app, even though I’ve spent a great deal of time researching what others do with it on a device. The other part of me who is willing to eat some humble pie would would confess to not having the vocabulary to fully explain what is required when summing up such as superlative application.
Simply put, Tasker is an application that runs on your Android operating system and it will give you “task automatically”. Tasker offers a wide range of actions and options that one must truly witness to understand what it does.
Here is everything you need to root the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 and start running applications like the Tasker app, as well as many others available from the Google Play Store and other third-party stores and sites:
Files You Need
- Download the latest Framaroot application for the Yoga tablet 10 from here.
Rooting the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10
- Enable the Unknown Sources setting on your Yoga tablet so you can install applications from outside the Google Play Store.
- Download and install the Framaroot application on your device by using a File Manager or by installing it directly from one of your web browser applications instead.
- Open the Lenovo tablet’s app drawer and tap on the new Framaroot icon you get from the apps.
- Tap on the Barahir exploit option from the main rooting page of the application.
- Wait for a few minutes until the one click rooting app is done unchaining the internal system of your device.
- Soon you will get an “exploit success” message that pops out on the display, letting you know that your device is rooted.
- Close the Framaroot application and reboot the Yoga tablet before attempting it install any of your root requiring applications.
In conclusion, that’s how to root the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 devices running on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software update using a simple one click rooting application called Framaroot. The Framaroot application isn’t used for any of the newer devices coming out today because it stopped working after KitKat, but it’s still a working method for any of the devices running older version of Android such as the Yoga tablet.
The Framaroot application will allow you to install all the same root applications as any other rooting method. Furthermore, it’s still useful if you want to install a custom recovery and then go on to install some custom ROMs or custom kernels on the Lenovo Yoga tablet.