If you have one of Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 units, here’s some good news. Samsung and the carrier are busy pushing out a minor (yet not unimportant) software update to your device.
The new software is version I905.EH04 and updating is obviously recommended. It’s always good to run the latest software, and if you’ve encountered one of the bugs that the update fixes then you should be pretty satisfied.
So what’s new? Many bug fixes and performance enhancements, that’s what. Data connectivity is now better, an alert will pop up the first time you attempt to use data whilst roaming, Reply/Reply All is fixed in Exchange email accounts, Exchange syncing is fixed too, the apostrophe character now displays as it should in Exchange emails, and updating an Exchange password will now automatically update the security settings. Additionally, the tablet can now be detected by Macs, and SIM ID info is now displayed in ‘About tablet’, as well as the IMEI number.
The update comes over-the-air, and that means your tablet should notify you when it’s ready to download and install. If you’re impatient though, you may try manually checking for the update by heading into the software update section in Settings. Full update instructions are available in this PDF.
Via Android Central
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