Verizon users can finally download the TouchWiz update on their LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1s. The update is 351 MB, so downloading it could take several minutes depending on your connection. Want to know more about TouchWiz UX? We have a much more in-depth look at it here. Personally, I find it to be an improvement…
It looks like Samsung is halting the TouchWiz UX update to “assess progress and ensure it’s a positive experience for customers.” Some are speculating that there is a bug with the update that has a negative impact. I hope that Samsung is actually caring what users have to say about the update. Personally it has been a positive experience for me and my Galaxy Tab 10.1 is better for having it.
Let us know in the comments your experience with the TouchWiz UX update!
Source: Android Police
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?
Read more to find out.
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.
Samsung gave a lucky few the TouchWiz UX update in NYC today. They also announced that the update would be available as an OTA update on Friday August 5th.
The update comes with a lot of new features. You get Live Panels, Mini Apps Tray, Indicator Quick Panel, and a better Clipboard.
Here is how you can check for updates on your Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Are you excited about the TouchWiz UX update Friday?
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.