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    Default How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    First of all, I am new here so, hello and I may be here a lot. I got this kinda generic tablet a short time ago and want to see if I can root it. I have tried some of the "one click" methods with no luck. I some one can tell me how I can do this I would really appreciate it.
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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    Hi, welcome to AC. :-) I dunno about rooting a generic tablet. Usually it's the devices a lot of people get which have community support but we'll see what others say.

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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    Quote Originally Posted by bosn45 View Post
    First of all, I am new here so, hello and I may be here a lot. I got this kinda generic tablet a short time ago and want to see if I can root it. I have tried some of the "one click" methods with no luck. I some one can tell me how I can do this I would really appreciate it.
    You might want to try typing your tablet make and model number in YouTube.

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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsmumbles View Post
    Hi, welcome to AC. :-) I dunno about rooting a generic tablet. Usually it's the devices a lot of people get which have community support but we'll see what others say.

    Sent from my LG-LG870 using Tapatalk 2
    More often than not, this statement is correct.

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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    Thanks Golfdriver97, I tried that several different ways and no soap. I may just have to settle for what I got for now.
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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    Quote Originally Posted by bosn45 View Post
    Thanks Golfdriver97, I tried that several different ways and no soap. I may just have to settle for what I got for now.
    Bummer it didn't work out.

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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    I agree, but never say die. The quest goes on!
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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    Will someone please tell me what "rooting a Tablet" means? Thanks
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    Default Re: How can I root Hannspree tablet?

    The operating system in Android is Linux. To run an app with administrative privileges in Linux you have to run it under a program called su (or be logged in as the user named root - which is one of the top bad ideas of all time). Google left su out of Android (because it's powerful enough to allow you to delete Android itself).

    In order to install su you have to have administrative privilege, which would seem to be a catch 22, since you don't have it until after you've installed su, which you can't, etc. Rooting is running an app or a program on a PC with the phone connected that uses some little bug or hole in the system to gain temporary administrative rights so it can install su.

    Once you've done that (and added a couple of other programs, which a rooting program or app does), you can run apps that can only do what they need to do if they have administrative rights.

    Programs that don't need administrative rights (and don't refuse to run on rooted devices - some do because the developer doesn't want his app running on a rooted device) won't see any difference. The phone won't be faster, it won't run with weaker signals, it won't give you more memory - it's the same phone unless you're doing something that needs administrative rights.

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