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The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T is a tablet which has got a lot of impressive specs including the lightning fast Tegra 3 processor. The device holds a front facing camera of 8MP and a rare facing camera of 2MP. The device comes with a 1GB DDR3 RAM and internal storage of 32/64GB. The device runs on Android 4.0.3. The device is also provided with Asus’s Sonicmaster technology a software to to optimize audio recording and playback.

ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T

Now XDA member sparkym3 has introduced a root guide for this device. This method as usual works only with the bootloader unlocked. To unlock the bootloader of the device, see our guide on it: How To Unlock ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T Bootloader.

Following are the instructions to root Asus Transformer Pad TF700T on Android 4.0.3 :

  •  In the tablet go to Settings > Security and Check “Unknown sources”, tap OK to confirm.
  • Enable USB Debugging (Tip: What is USB Debugging Mode?, How To Enable USB Debugging Mode) and plug in the device to your PC via USB cable.
  • Download the InfinityRoot.zip and extract it somewhere easily accessible.
  • Go to the start button and select Device Manager.
  • Then select the device from the list that appears. It may show up as Android 1.0 or something else. You may also see ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T under Portable Devices if your device is already installed.
  • Right click on Android 1.0 or whatever you found and click Properties > Driver > Update Driver and click browse My computer for driver software.
  • Then go to the Drivers folder inside the downloaded InfinityRoot folder and click OK.
  • Click Next to install the drivers if they are necessary and close the windows once the installation is finished.
  • Double click on RootDebugfs inside the folder we extracted which will open up the batch file.
  • Type “1″ and press Enter to choose the Root option.
  • Then you’ll be reminded about the drivers, click any key to continue. Then you will receive remainders to enable the unknown sources and USB debugging, click any key to continue.
  • Now the root process will begin causing the device to reboot a couple of times.
  • In the command terminal, it will ask if uid and gid are 0. You can see if they are in the lines just above this. Confirm that they are and type “y” and tap Enter.
  • The device will reboot again and will be rooted.

Finish!

If you have any doubts, check the original source at XDA or post a comment below.

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