If you are a Google Nexus 10 user and want to root your smartphone, then you can do it by using chainfire’s CF tool. This tool will not unlock the phone’s bootloader, as it only installs the SuperSU binary and the APK. So, before moving to the tutorial guide unlock the bootloader first by using this toolkit.
Once you have unlocked your device’s bootloader, you can follow the tutorial given here to root Google Nexus 10. Please be aware that this rooting procedure will void the device warranty.
1.First, backup your data’s using backup applications.
2.Next enable the USB debugging option on your phone.
3.Make sure that your PC has the Android SDK installed.
4.If you have installed any antivirus applications on your computer, disable or uninstall them as it may interrupt the rooting process.
Disclaimer: Please follow the given below procedure at your own risk. I would not be held responsible for any damage occur to your phone.
Procedure To Root Google Nexus 10 Using Chainfire’s CF:
1.Download the CF-Root Tool for Nexus 10 smartphone from here to the computer.
2.Once you have downloaded the file, extract the contents.
3.After that Power OFF the Nexus 10 tablet. Now, boot it into fastboot/bootloader mode by pressing the Volume Up + Volume Down and Power button together.
4.When the display lights up and shows the ‘Start’ text, connect the Google Nexus 10 tablet to the PC using USB cable. The windows will install the USB drivers and you can get to the next step when the process is finished.
5.Open the CF auto root folder created at the second step and then launch the “Root Windows.bat file”. This will load the root application screen.
6.To initiate the rooting process press any button and follow the on-screen instructions.
7.After that the tablet will restart and show the android logo.
8.Once the rooting process is finished, your tablet will reboot and load into the normal mode.
To check whether the rooting process is finished, just open the app drawer and look for SuperSU application. If it is installed, the rooting process is successful. Alternatively, you can use the Root Checker app to confirm the success of the rooting process.