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Default So Your Klu 7033 Isn't Rooted, No Problemo

On your tablet...
Settings > developer options > check USB debugging.
Settings > security > check Unknown sources
Back out of settings & shut down the tablet.

On your PC...
first determine what operating system your using, to do this click...
Start > control panel > system
Your processor type & operating system should be listed in the window.

Dimitriz found the correct drivers at...
(http//forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1967699
These were provided by SferaDev (Much Thanks to both of you!!!)
Download and completely extract...
ADB Driver RK29.zip (Please report broken links)

I believe all of the following windows operating systems should work, but you will have to see for yourself. (2K,XP,2K3,VISTA,WIN7/32bits) (XP,VISTA,WIN7,WIN8/64bits)


If you are using WIN8 follow the instructions at https://laslow.net/2012/03/14/disable-driver-signature-enforcement-in-windows-8/ and then try the ADB Driver RK29.zip file (Thanks profit) (Please report broken links)

If your using win 7, or win 8... (If not skip this paragraph)
With the tablet off and the computer on connect a USB cable first to the tablet, then to the PC.
Give the computer a few moments to acknowledge the presence of a new device and then...
Start > Devices & Printers > Right Click (whatever icon the computer presents you with for the tablet,) > Properties > Hardware tab > Properties > Driver tab > Update driver > Browse to the folder you extracted from the zip file (BE sure to check include sub folders) > OK
The computer may give you a warning that the driver is unsigned, just choose install anyway.
The computer should recognize and install the driver. ( < 30 sec. ) If not you most likely pointed to the wrong folder, try again. Mine connected on the first try.

If you're using one of the pre Win 7 operating systems listed, you need to load the driver from the device manager...
With the tablet off and the computer on connect a USB cable first to the tablet, then to the PC.
Give the computer a few moments to acknowledge the presence of a new device and then...
Start > Control panel > device manager
near the top of the list find the Android composite ADB interface and double click to open the dialog box.
> Driver tab > Update driver > Browse to the folder you extracted from the zip file (BE sure to check include sub folders) > OK
The computer may give you a warning that the driver is unsigned, just choose install anyway.
The computer should recognize and install the driver. ( < 30 sec. ) If not you may have pointed to the wrong folder (try again), or perhaps the correct driver for your operating system really isn't there. ( I can't say for certain because I didn't try using your operating system) If at this point you have been unsuccessful at finding the right driver stop, tell us! If you have another computer with a different operating system try that one instead.

Once the drivers are installed the driver tab should say the device is working properly. You will also notice that the update driver option has grayed out. You may also find that the name on the icon for the tablet has become more specific.

If you've got the device working properly...
Download and completely extract the Root RK29 Toolkit 1.3.zip provided by SferaDev
Root RK29 Tab Toolkit 1.3.zip (Please report broken links)

Shut down the tablet and remove the USB cable from the Computer Only.

Reconnect the USB cable to the computer. This will boot the tablet.

On the PC click...
Start > computer > navigate to where you extracted the runme batch file from the Root Toolkit Zip. Double click the runme batch file.
A command window will pop up with a list of 6 things you need to be sure are done before you proceed. These are (1) Install the ADB drivers of the folder. (2) Power on your tablet (3) Turn off mass storage. (the only way to connect mass storage on this tablet is through the USB cable and that is connected to the computer. (4) Enable USB debugging (5) Enable unknown sources & (6) connect a USB cable.

(If you have been following these instructions you already have all this done, otherwise go ahead and do whatever you still need to do.)

Hit enter and then wait patiently. The whole process takes less than 5 min. but your tablet will reboot several times in the process. When its done your tablet should be rooted, and the program will ask you to...
press enter to exit the program.

Shut down the tablet & remove the USB cable.

Turn the tablet on,
Open ES File Explorer.
At the bottom left of the screen there are 3 vertical dots. Press this button.
A menu pops up, press settings.
Scroll down to,and select Root settings
check Root Explorer.
A warning will pop up, select yes.
Another pop up, select Allow

Wait a few moments. If the tablet is rooted, the Root Explorer check box will remain checked. If so continue with the remaining instructions in this post. (If not, then you are not yet rooted. The most likely reason this would happen would be that the ADB driver didn't install properly, try to figure out what you did wrong and do it again.)

Starting with mount file system check the 3 remaining boxes. If the program asks any more questions just answer yes or allow. When all 5 boxes are checked...

Use the back button to get back to the main ES File Explorer screen (you should be at.. /sdcard/ )
press the Download ((folder icon.) You should now be at... /sdcard/Download/ )
press the (multi) Select button, select the com.android.vending-3.10.10.apk you downloaded earlier, & press copy
use the up button to get to the root directory. (On this device it looks like a phone with a / )
press the system (folder icon), then press the app (folder icon). (you should be at... /system/app/ )
Press the (multi) Select button, select the com.android.vending-3.10.10.apk & press the paste button.
(Don't be surprised that the com.android.vending-3.10.10.apk seems to disappear, its made up of many smaller files)

click...
(3 vertical dots) > Settings > Root settings
Starting at the bottom uncheck the bottom 3 boxes,
Leave the next box, Up to Root, checked.
and then uncheck the top box.
Back out of ES File Explorer.

Shut down the tablet.

The next time you boot up you should have Google Play in your list of apps.

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