Did you just buy yourself the WiFi variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0? If so, you might want to root it. What rooting your device does is open the access to system files on your device, which in turn, lets you install root-requiring apps on your device.

These root apps bring extra cool features that aren’t normally found in the regular apps. If you’ve made your mind to root your device for this very specific reason, here’s how you can do that:

Samsung Galaxy Tab A

Files You Need

1. A computer is not required to do this tutorial. You can get the app installed directly on the device.

2. This procedure is only for the SM-P350 variant of the device.

3. Download KingRoot app to your computer.

Rooting the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (WiFi variant)

1. Connect your tablet to your computer using a USB cable.

2. Copy KingRoot app from your computer over to the internal SD card storage on your tablet.

3. When KingRoot is copied, disconnect your tablet from your computer.

4. On your tablet, head to Menu->Settings->Security and turn on Unknown sources. It should let you install apps from outside the Google Play store on your tablet.

5. Open File Manager and tap on KingRoot and install the app on your tablet.

6. When the app’s installed, open it from your app drawer.

7. Hit Root in the app and wait for it to gain root-access on your tablet.

8. When the app’s done rooting, reboot your tablet.

9. You’re now rooted!

Your Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (WiFi variant) is now rooted and the Root Checker app should help you verify the same.

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