Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is about to receive another software update. Unfortunately though, it’s not going to pack Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. That’s probably a long way out at this point.
Instead, this update will generally make your tablet’s operation smoother. Many bugs have been fixed, and many things have been enhanced.
The TouchWiz UX will be updated. There will be a new SocialHub widget. Built-in photo editing will be added. The Daily app will be preinstalled. Bluetooth 3.0 compatibility is also in. The music and video players have been enhanced too. DivX support has been added. Wi-Fi connectivity has been improved.
The update’s documentation is already available at Verizon, which means that it should start to be pushed to Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices pretty soon. The update will arrive over-the-air, so you don’t need to do anything special to receive it – your tablet will simply prompt you when it’s available.
After applying the update, your tablet will be running software version I905.EL01.
Via Android Police
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