Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3110 Wi-Fi
Root your Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3110 on the latest Android 4.1.1 XXCLL3 official Jelly Bean Firmware using CF-Auto-Root with ODIN .

The latest Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3110 (Wi-Fi) is now available via recently released Android 4.1.1 XXCLL3 official firmware from Samsung. Those who have already updated their tablet with this official firmware can now install root access on it by using CF-Auto-Root with ODIN flash tool.

NOTE: The CF-Auto-Root method does not install custom recovery tools such as CWM Recovery. Instead, the root package installs SuperSU access and root binary features. CF-Auto-Root is the quickest and easiest method of rooting for beginners and helps in preserving the stock firmware settings to deliver pure stock-Android experience.


  • Verify that the correct USB drivers are installed for your Galaxy Tab 2 on the computer. Download Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3110 Wi-Fi USB drivers.
  • Users are advised to back up important data and settings to avoid data loss while flashing the CF-Auto-Root tool on your tablet using ODIN. It is recommended that you back up data using custom recovery tools such as ClockworkMod (CWM) or TWRP recovery.Avoid using Samsung KIES or ROM manager for data-backup, as it may permanently damage or brick your device.
  • Enable USB Debugging mode on your tablet by navigating to Settings > Developer Options (if the device is running Android 4.0 or later). Else go to Settings > Applications > Development (if the tablet is running Android 2.3 or earlier).
  • Make sure that your tablet has at least 85 percent battery power to prevent unexpected device shutdown (due to battery drain) while flashing the CF-Auto-Root tool on XXCLL3 official Jelly Bean firmware.
  • Ensure that your device is factory unlocked or its bootloader is manually unlocked before proceeding with rooting.


Download CF-Auto-Root package for Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 on your computer and extract the zip file

Download ODIN v1.85 which is needed to root Android 4.1.1 XXCLL3 official firmware on your tablet

How to Root Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3110 on Android 4.1.1 XXCLL3 Official Jelly Bean Firmware

Step 1 - Power off your tablet and boot into Download Mode. To do so, press and hold Volume Up and Power button together until you see the construction Android robot icon with a triangle on screen. Hit Power button again to confirm entry into Download Mode.

Step 2 - Launch ODIN on your computer and connect your tablet to it while your tablet is still in Download Mode.

Step 3 - If your tablet connects successfully, one of the ID: COM boxes will indicate yellow with the corresponding COM port number. This step may be time-consuming. So, do not interrupt the process.

Step 4 - Choose the files that need to be flashed or installed on your tablet, which can be found among the extracted files (check downloads section).

  • Tap 'PDA' button and choose the file ''.

Step 5 - In ODIN, enable Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options (by selecting the checkboxes)

Step 6 - Hit Start button in ODIN and the root initialisation process will begin. It will take just a few minutes to complete.

Step 7 - Once the root access is installed, your tablet will reboot into Recovery Mode automatically and install the root package. Your device's ID: COM box will now turn green.

Step 8 - When you see the home screen, disconnect your tablet from the computer.

NOTE: If the device fails to boot into Recovery Mode automatically (as given in Step 7) and root your device, then repeat entire procedure.

OPTIONAL: If all else fails, once again perform the entire tutorial, but make sure that Auto Reboot option is NOT checked in ODIN. Then after installation (Step 7), do the following:

Step 11 - Remove battery (or keep holding the Power button) to forcefully switch off the tablet.

Step 12 - Boot your tablet by pressing and holding Volume Down and Power buttons to boot directly into Recovery Mode. This will initiate the manual rooting process for your tablet.

Your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 now rooted on Android 4.1.1 XXCLL3 official firmware update. Check for the SuperSU app in your apps list to verify installation.

Further, make sure that you have correctly rooted your device by downloading and installing Root Checker app from here.

[Source:Team Android]