How to Install CyanogenMod 10.1 on Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000

Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 is a pretty popular Android tablet and many are trying to install custom ROM on it. So in this guide you are going to install CyanogenMod 10.1 Custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, This guide also covers methods to root and flash CWM which is essential step to install custom ROM.

Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 ships with Android 4.2 froyo and later it can be updated to Android 2.3 Gingerbread but this guide will help you taste latest Android 4.2 Jellybean through CyanogenMod 10.1 custom ROM.

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How to Root Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000

First step is to root your device for CWM installation, Make sure that you are running latest Android update that is Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

  • Go to Settings >> Applications and tick the option “Unknown Sources
  • Download and extract “DooMLoRD’s Easy Rooting Toolkit” to your computer.
  • Connect your device with USB and make sure you enable USB Debugging.
  • Now run the file “runme.batand within few minutes your device will get rooted automatically.

Now you have rooted the device so lets flash CWM (ClockworkMod) through which we install custom ROM CyanogenMod 10.1.

Also read :  Update Galaxy Tab 2 10.1(P5100) to Jellybean 4.1.2 Official Firmware

Flash CWM to Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000

  • Now Install CWM App from Google play store here.
  • Run the application and choose “Flash ClockworkMod Recovery” option. Then follow the instruction to flash CWM.

How to Install CyanogenMod 10.1 on Galaxy Tab P1000

  • Download CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM and GApps. Place the downloaded files in SDcard.
  • Now switch of your phone then press these keys together Power + Home + Volume Down. This will take you to Recovery mode.
  • Now wipe phone caches like data cache, cache partition and dalvik cache. Use volume up, volume down to navigate and Power button to select option.
  • Now select “Install zip from SDCard” option and choose the downloaded CM 10.1 ROM from sdcard. It will get flashed.
  • Similarly now again select ”Install zip from SDCard” option and choose the downloaded GApps file.
  • Now reboot the device by selecting “reboot system” option.

Thats it you are now using Android 4.2 Jellybean by CyanogenMod 10.1 Custom ROM.

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7 comments
MuhammadA
MuhammadA

it's says downloading ...  do not turn off the target in recovery mode, is some thing wrong ?

Tartley
Tartley

I'm up to "Flash CWM to Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000". I installed ROM Manager on my Tab. When I ask it to install ClockworkMod Recovery (from the Recovery Setup menu, which it automatically goes to), it presents a list of hardware models which doesn't include anything I recognise as my GT-P1000 (I'm in the UK and it isn't branded by any carrier.) Presumably if I pick a 'similar' P1000 like the "Samsung Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile)" then it won't work? Any other suggestions?

This stackexchange question:

http://android.stackexchange.com/questions/19405/how-to-and-from-where-install-clockworkmod-recovery-cwm-on-gt-p1000

has an (accepted & upvoted) answer from Feb 2013 which says

"You cannot install CWM recovery onto the Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 via ROM Manager app. You will need to flash it via Odin or Heimdal utilities."

Am I right in understanding this contradicts your article? Which is right?

lucky Pad
lucky Pad

@Tartleysame problem here.. got to install from odin or else..

this contradicts his article ,indeed


Tartley
Tartley

@ChrisJeanty @Tartley Would appreciate hearing about it if you have any success. I've tried various versions of Odin and Heimdall, many times, but haven't been able to figure out the magic combination yet. I'm @tartley on twitter. Good luck!