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April 07, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus gets Jellybean update

SamMobile reports that Samsung has recently rolled out the Jelly bean update (Android 4.1.2) for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus which began in Austria.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus has certainly come a long way from having preinstalled with Android Honeycomb when it first made its debut back in 2011. With this update, the 7-inch tablet will benefit from all the nifty optimizations that Jelly bean has to offer including Project Butter implementation and TouchWiz UX.

jelly bean

The announcement didn’t state when the update will reach our shore, so it’s better to expect the worse. However, if you’re knowledgeable in flashing ROMs you’d be able to flash the OS to your slate through Odin and you’d find a handful of guides on the web on how to do it.

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2 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus gets Jellybean update”

  1. jp says:

    Expect pa tayo nito dito? E ang mga ni-release nila sa atin na Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus ay affected ng brickbug. There’s no way to update but to go to their Service Center and let them do the update. Ma brick man nila, it’s on them.

    • pj says:

      I manually flashed my 7.0 plus from stock honeycomb to ICS, and im planning to do the same to get jelly bean… I dont think that so called “brick bug” is true… Any android device can get bricked if you dont properly update/ flash it..

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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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