Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Wi-Fi (samsung-santos10wifi)

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Wi-Fi
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Wi-Fi
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Wi-Fi
Manufacturer Samsung
Name Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Wi-Fi
Codename samsung-santos10wifi
Released 2013
Category testing
Original software Android
Original version 4.2.2
postmarketOS kernel 3.4.34
Hardware
Chipset Intel Cloverview Z2560
CPU Intel Atom Z2560 @ 1.6 GHz (Dual-Core)
GPU PowerVR SGX544MP2
Display 1280 x 800 TFT
Storage 16/32 GB
Memory 1 GB
Architecture x86
Type tablet
Features
USB Networking
Works
Flashing
Works
Touchscreen
Works
Display
Works
WiFi
Works
FDE
Mainline
Battery
3D Acceleration
Broken
Audio
Bluetooth
Camera
GPS
Mobile data
Internal storage
SMS
Calls
USB OTG
Works
NFC
Sensors
Accelerometer
Magnetometer
Ambient Light
Proximity
Hall Effect
Barometer
Power Sensor
Misc
Built-in DVB
Camera Flash
Keyboard
Touchpad
USB-A
HDMI/DP
Ir TX
Ir RX
Stylus
Memory Card
Haptics
Ethernet
FOSS bootloader


Contributors

Users owning this device


How to enter flash mode

Hold Power + Volume Down when the device is off to enter download mode.

Installation

Note Note: Weston is broken. Only Xfce4 has been tested working with poor performance.

Put device in download mode and then execute $ pmbootstrap flasher flash_kernel. Then reboot the device in download mode again and execute $ pmbootstrap flasher flash_rootfs. For a full tutorial, please see this post by Ungeskriptet at XDA-D: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/native-linux-postmarketos-on-tab-3.4245067/post-84781947

UART

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UART can also be accessed with a special Micro-USB cable that puts a 619kΩ resistor between the ID and GND pin. The memory address for UART should be 0xffa28000. Note that you won't be able to use UART and USB at the same times this way.

Accessing S-Boot

Boot into download mode first, then press Volume Down to cancel and immediately hold Volume Up on the tablet and enter in your serial console after the screen goes black until you see the S-BOOT # prompt.

If you only want logs from the boot process, don't hold down enter in the serial console .

See also