Android 3.2 fix update now available for Galaxy Tab 10.1
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Although Android 4.0 is already in the market but Google is also taking care of their earlier versions of Android. Recently, Samsung has officially confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy tab owners will be receiving a new Honeycomb update in order to fix the previous version that was broken.
The update has been already made available by the Company. As the firmware has already messed up several features on a few devices so it had become mandatory for them to push the update. It has been reported by some of the owners of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 as they were having issues with the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi after updating to the Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS.
Samsung has acknowledged their customers of the problem while the new firmware is available for download on air. This also pointed out that although the rollout may take some time so there should not be something for to panic yet.
For the users who don’t want to wait any longer can log on to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.5 and go for the hit the Key software updater. This downloading and installation might take some time and backing up of the device is also important before the process. If any error occurs during the process the owner can back up the tab to its earlier state.
The update caused some problems with auto-rotation on some units but Samsung has apologized for the troubles it caused to their customers. They also believe to overcome such situations in the future though nobody can guarantee that. However if one installs the correct Android 3.2 Honeycomb version these problems can be removed.
This is not only the case only Samsung faced but iPad also encountered problems after being upgraded to iPhone 4s. So we might possibly say that these are quite unpredictable.