Users of Sony Tablet S were looking for ways to rooting and developers community were bamboozled by the tough security that was implemented on it. The device had a very high layer of security laps over the Android OS, and thus most were out of luck. Finally, a developer has been able to find a way for rooting the device.
It has been unveiled by a Linux hacker called Dan “djrbliss” Rosenberg of Vulnfactory.org. The rooting method is relatively easy. Download the package from XDA, hit the source link below.
- Put your tablet in USB debugging mode.
- Then, run the Windows batch file contained within the exploit pack and that’s done.
The procedure takes advantage of an exploit that was found by the hacker. Sony may fix this exploit anytime in future by pushing an over-the-air (OTA) update, and users may again lend up in earlier state of affairs.
That’s just speculation and right now, if you have unlocked bootloader, go to XDA forums and have your tablet with the possibilities possible.