Ready for Android 3.2 for the Galaxy Tab 10.1? Besides the fact that I am consistently pestering you, the reader, with questions if you’re ready for the new bit of technology that comes out, I find it completely necessary to do so, because it really is a valid question. Now, onward with the news.
The Android 3.2 Honeycomb update that was pulled for Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi owners after many initial bugs at launch has been released, complete with fixes. You should be able to get the update right about now, and if you don’t, wait a few hours or days, as that is how long it usually takes for over-the-air updates to roll out fully to all users.
Earlier this morning, Samsung began releasing an over the air software update allowing Galaxy 10.1 users to upgrade to Android 3.2 while also resolving a Wi-Fi connectivity issues some Galaxy 10.1 users experienced following a previous software update. For Galaxy 10.1 users who experience Wi-Fi connectivity issues and are unable to reconnect, the new software update may be downloaded and installed via Samsung’s Kies desktop app.
By the way, I’ve gone ahead and installed it and can happily report that it is fully functional and I can’t seem to find any bugs to report, thus far.