Merry Christmas, I recently got this tablet. This advice is only for NS-14T002 (as far as I know). How to get Root access. After finishing here, see my Guide on installing ClockWorkMod on Insignia Flex 8 NS-14T002. Rooting Make sure USB debugging is enabled on the device. For instructions, see my previous thread on adb insignia flex 8. Download Cydia Impactor for your OS. Reconnect the tablet via USB to your computer. Start the program as Administrator (run as root/sudo on Linux) On Windows, you will need to have the USB drivers for the device installed. You can also try the inbuilt Driver Scan function in Cydia Impactor to automatically construct and install a driver for your device. From the menu choose: USB > Driver Scan Making sure that # drop SuperSU su to /system/xbin/su is selected in the dropdown menu, and click the Start button. Wait a few seconds and your tablet should be rooted. The tablet already comes with a generic version of busybox preloaded, so you may not need to install busybox from the play store. Congrats. Device partition information: Code (Text): mtdblock0 misc mtdblock1 kernel mtdblock2 boot mtdblock3 recovery mtdblock4 backup mtdblock5 /cache mtdblock6 /data mtdblock7 kpanic mtdblock8 /system mtdblock9 /sdcard PS. This tablet is also mistaken for model NS-14TOO2 (Someone in marketing put "OO" on the box instead of "00" zero zero). You will find NS-14T002 under the model in the device settings.