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How to root Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 SM-T325 on Android 4.4.2 [Guide]

Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 [1]People enjoy becoming the root user on the Android operating system because it puts them in control over what is installed and what isn’t installed. The original idea behind Google not wanting to take any chances with allowing root access to the internal file system is fair enough, but sadly it is then exploited by phone carrier networks and manufacturers who then take advantage of the prison the root file system is in. They do this by installing their stock apps in the system partition where people cannot get access to without root access which means you have no choice but to leave them on there until flashing something like the CF-Auto-Root tool by Chainfire.

Chainfire is the guy who has created CF-Auto-Root—a one-click rooting tool for mainly Samsung devices—that installs and enables SuperSU. The SuperSU can allow any app that you choose to have root access. It does this by prompting the display with a message after you have installed an app that required root access before it can run and then it is up to you whether you grant that app root access or whether you do not.

Experienced Android users can dabble in things like installing the Xposed Installer [2] which is about as close to experiencing a custom ROM as you will ever get without actually having to install a custom ROM at all. Xposed comes with heaps of modules that people can install, and these modules allow for maximum tweaking of the user interface, including features and design.




  1. Download the CF-Auto-Root [5] tool for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 SM-T325 running Android 4.4.2 KitKat software updates.
  2. Open the Downloads folder on the computer (where the file you just downloaded ends up by default) and extract the rooting file to the Downloads folder.
  3. Double-click on the Odin flashing tool file that is now available from the Downloads folder after the extraction and the flashing tool user interface opens.
  4. Boot the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 SM-T325 into the download mode (turn it off and reboot it holding the Power + Home + Volume Down), and then connect it to the computer using the USB cable.
  5. Look at the Odin app on the computer and check that it shows a yellow or blue color coming from the ID: COM port which is telling you that the Samsung USB Drivers are installed and working.
  6. Click the AP button from Odin and then click through to the Downloads file and select the MD 5 file that is there to upload to the Odin app.
  7. Click the Start button from Odin and the rooting begins.
  8. Wait until Odin gives a green box from the interface with a pass message inside before unplugging from the computer.

In conclusion, that is how to root Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 SM-T325 running on Android 4.4.2 KitKat software updates by flashing Chainfire’s CF-Auto-Root tool. The rooting package has just finished installing and enabling the SuperSU on your tablet so that everything is blocked and protected with root access and it is up to you what you choose to let through the SuperSU gates. That means be on your toes and take notice of what you are allowing through but also don’t worry about malware too much because it is not possible for malware to pass through unless you choose to let it in your system should you ever come across a threat.