How can I root my tablet, the yarvik tab411? I tried to find information on the internet, but had no success.

The tab runs Android 4.1.11 2.3.3.

1 according to the link, this device currently ships with Android 4.1.1. Marrssel has an older version, running 2.3.3. (comment by Izzy)

  • Generally it helps to provide a few more details: e.g. a link to technical specs of the device, mentioning which Android version it runs, etc. Also, reading the tag info (hover your mouse over the 'rooting' tag) should have given you some start, and e.g. pointed to our rooting index -- where I cannot find your device being added. Nevertheless, you could check there whether one of the methods sounds promising.
    – Izzy
    Apr 10, 2013 at 18:12
  • I updated your question with some more details (please check if they are correct). I also removed your second question from this post (one question per post!), you can check this question meanwhile for details on that.
    – Izzy
    Apr 10, 2013 at 18:20

1 Answer 1


According to a thread in the yarvik forum (besides, the first hit on a Google search for yarvik tab411 root), you should be able to use the SuperOneClick tool. But while the name suggests "one click" should be pretty easy, it might be not the case.

However, you will need to:

  • download SuperOneClick e.g. from here
  • download and install the device drivers (for your device, possibly to be found on the yarvik's support pages) on your Windows machine
  • activate USB Debugging on your device
  • run the SuperOneClick application as administrator (oops) on Windows 7
  • now the most difficult: click the "root" button :)

As I have no yarvik tablet, I could not check the above. It's just the result from a little Google search -- so forgive me in case it fails...

  • it works. I have anrdoid 2.3.3 (I forgot to mention ...sorry) and I download SuperOneClick 2.3.3 and....done!!! thx for help!!! have a nice day.
    – marrssel
    Apr 11, 2013 at 7:20
  • Glad it worked! You could mark this answer as "accepted" then (using the checkmark next to it) for other users to identify this as workable solution. Thanks!
    – Izzy
    Apr 11, 2013 at 7:26
  • This has a section in our FAQ, describing it including screenshots. "Accepting" is the last item in this section -- but of course the other hints are useful, too :)
    – Izzy
    Apr 11, 2013 at 8:51

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