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November 23, 2012

Jellybean update for Samsung Tab 2 7.0 WiFi

Slowly but surely, Samsung has been seeding the Jelly bean update for the devices included on their list. The most recent addition to the Jelly bean club is the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 WiFi (GT-P3110) who joins the SGS3 and Galaxy Note 10.1.

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Some French users have already received and it is can be applied via Samsung Kies or OTA update. It’s a bit fascinating though why Samsung released the update for the P3110 and not for its data-enabled counterpart the P3100.

There’s no word when the update will reach our shore and if the GT-P3100 will ever get the update. But as always, we’ll spread the word out once it does.

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13 Responses to “Jellybean update for Samsung Tab 2 7.0 WiFi”

  1. Cliff Rosario
    Twitter: connect2cliff
    says:

    Waiting patiently. I hope they release the one for GT-N7000 by Q12013

  2. Andrei says:

    If you are a update lover you would like the list of Nexus devices from Google themselves.I have one and I now have Android ver. 4.2 for my Nexus 7

  3. koki_motok
    Twitter: callmecheezee
    says:

    Waaaahhh aching for a jellybean update for my p3100.. d kasi ako nakahintay ng 3g version ng nexus 7..

  4. mojojongiks says:

    oh yes please! come to daddy my little update.

  5. freddie says:

    Hi, a P3100 user here and just wanna share with u guys that I have started to receive OTA jelly bean update from Samsung today. I think they have just started rolling out the update here. :-)

  6. young says:

    grabe i still dont have the OTA update. sana bilisan ng samsung T_T

  7. Jay says:

    can someone please verify? i checked for an update the other day and i am now running jelly bean on my gt-p3110.

  8. don says:

    so, does kies now have the JB update for P3110?

  9. sheila says:

    I just bought a galaxy tab 2 p3110 I happened to update it on jellybean.. it consumed lots of battery, b4 it last up to 7 hrs, when updated it last only for 5hrs….

  10. androidnoob says:

    @shiela. i just had recently jumped into the android bandwagon. your feedback pertaining battery life after the update will be a really big help for me while weighing the pros and cons of updating to the latest o.s. . im a p3100 user of just 3 weeks. im very satisfied of ics 4.0.2 as of now.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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