The Galaxy Note’s software update from Android 2.3 to Android 4.0 was previously promised to come in Q1 of this year, but now has been delayed until sometime in Q2. Along with the upgrade to the latest version of Android, the update will bring along a Premium Suite of S-Pen software. The details of the…
If anybody is surprised about this news, then you were living in denial expecting Samsung to upgrade the original Galaxy Tab currently running Froyo or Gingerbread all the way up to Ice Cream Sandwich. The company has made no attempt to even upgrade it to Honeycomb, so it was already apparent that it would not…
We have been hearing about TouchWiz UX since CTIA and the software update has finally landed. TouchWiz has a very bad reputation in the mobile world because it has been notoriously laggy and looked nearly identical to iOS in many aspects. So has the latest version of TouchWiz earned back its good name?
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Samsung said that the update would be available today and it is! You can update it now by going to Settings > About Tablet > System Updates > Update. Your device will then begin downloading the 188 MB software update. Once it has finished downloading, the device will reboot and spend roughly 15 minutes installing the update. That is it! It is a painless update.
Look out for an in-depth look at the update this weekend.
The long awaited (or dreaded for some) TouchWiz UX update is coming to NYC on August 3rd. NYC was also the first to buy the Galaxy Tab 10.1. You have to literally go in to the Samsung Experience center in New York City to grab the update. They will manually sideload the update on to anybody’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 that wants it. The doors open to the public at 1:00 PM.
You hear that Verizon Galaxy Tab owners? Verizon is showing you some love and updating your software. Obviously this is not Honeycomb, or even a Gingerbread update, but who does not like updated software?
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