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Minor Update Hits the WiFi Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Is Not Android 3.2

The WiFi Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 appears to have a new update available that brings the tablet to version P7510UEKME from P7510UEKMB.  The file is just 3.5MB in size and is definitely not Android 3.2, so we’ll assume that it is simply fixing a couple of bugs introduced by the TouchWizUX update.

Jump into Settings>About tablet>Software update now to see if it is available to you.

Cheers Naresh!

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  • http://twitter.com/mfg68 MFG

    I really would like to give the TouchWiz UX a try on my Verizon Tab 10.1.

  • JoJoOnTheRadio

    Ah, will check when I get home, the only issue I had after the update with TouchWiz was my google/gmail stopped syncing after a few days, but worked after I reset it. Glad to know Samsung is getting their updates in tact..

    • Scott

      Maybe the sync issue with the default browser will be fixed although I believe it is a specific Gingerbread 3.1 issue that resulted after 3.0 and not a Samsung bug.

    • Scott

      Maybe the sync issue with the default browser will be fixed although I believe it is a specific Gingerbread 3.1 issue that resulted after 3.0 and not a Samsung bug.

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  • Klinedd

    I have an update that is 188 MB. Downloading now

    • LionStone

      Yes mine was the 188 mb version too because I was not able to grab it when it first went out. I like. Its a little snappier and it only compliments the device, not hinder it from what I can tell so far. Good job Sammie!

  • http://twitter.com/NemaCystX NemaCystX

    Not seeing anything on my end, might be bugs that are being addressed only on particular models

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shannon-C-Kerr/827781725 Shannon C. Kerr

      I had to check for the update 2 times before it was found and downloaded.  Maybe they are doing it in stages.

  • Cephas003

    Any details on what exactly this update brings?

    • LionStone

      Off the top of my head, it gives screen shot capability, a more thorough notification bar with a different clock, a cool ‘hold and tilt’ for zooming in on the screen, another ‘grab and tilt’ for moving apps to another screen, the arrow to move the cursor is big and blue now..there’s more and it seems to be a little faster now!

    • LionStone

      Off the top of my head, it gives screen shot capability, a more thorough notification bar with a different clock, a cool ‘hold and tilt’ for zooming in on the screen, another ‘grab and tilt’ for moving apps to another screen, the arrow to move the cursor is big and blue now..there’s more and it seems to be a little faster now!

  • the goat

    I have a rooted Tab with the UX update.  Any word on whether this update works from that configuration?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shannon-C-Kerr/827781725 Shannon C. Kerr

      I read here: http://t.co/tGaI1qt That you should NOT!

      • Scott

        NOT if you are rooted.  For us that are the non-rooted types then you won’t experience the feeling of flushing $400 down the toilet.

      • the goat

        Thanks for the heads up!  I’ll hold off until a stable solution for rooted users has been found.  The tab’s working brilliantly right now, anyway, so I’m in no rush to update.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Lovik/100002300954788 Michael Lovik

      Was able to update my rooted gTab with no issues. Took about  5 min.I did do CWM rom backup before installing it – just in case.

  • Scott

    Nice…that’s how updates should roll out.  I appreciate Samsung delaying addt’l updates until they feel that the update is going well.  A fix is made quickly before addt’l updates or changes are made.  I haven’t seen any major issues from the first TouchWizUX update aside from the TAB lagging every now and then.  Going to go download this update and continuing enjoying the best TAB currently on the market.

    • http://twitter.com/Alix8821 Andrew Butler

      Agreed. The TouchWiz update works perfectly for me. BUT, updating now regardless. Safety first… And Samsung has really changed up their approach. They are on top of their customer support game… I never had Samsung Mobile before Tab, but their help on Twitter, Live Chat, etc… really makes me even for excited to get my Galaxy S2

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  • David

    How does one get the update?

    Oh, and, First!  (oh, I’ve waited so long).

    • Anonymous

      Didn’t bother reading the entire post, now did you?

      • David

        I was so excited to be first that I just jumped on it.  I know that was foolish.  I see now that I just need to go to my settings.  Thanks!