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#1 _Edvinas_

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Posted 18 June 2014 - 06:47 AM

I'm trying to get my tablet, the GoClever Terra 72, rooted. Here is the info:

Model number: TERRA_72
Android 4.2.2
Kernel verison: 3.4.0+
Build number: GOCLEVER_131115

The thing is, there are NO drivers for my tablet! Is there a way to "make" the drivers for myself or something? It's my first time rooting a device, I've read about rooting a lot before, but I can't do it without the appropriate drivers for my tablet. Any suggestions? Thank you in advance.



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Posted 10 July 2014 - 05:28 PM

If you're feeling adventurous, there is a chinese program that might be able to help. I can't speak for how safe it is or how well it works, but here it is: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=39383259

 

As for "making the drivers yourself", I assume that would be very complicated. I've rooted and put on CyanogenMod on several devices. There are a few devices I have that don't have any custom ROMs, so I've looked a little bit into building ROMs from the source code, but unless you've dealt with a ton of programming, and Android development, I'd suggest against it.

 

There are some drivers that are "universal" (nothing ever truly is) that you could try: Universal Naked Driver






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