CyangoenMod 9, the Ice Cream Sandwich version of the popular family of custom ROMs, is still in heavy development. While official releases from the CyanogenMod team are rare, the lead developer Steve Kondik posted a link to the first Alpha version of CM9 for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1. While technically still an alpha, everyhing seems to be working with the exception of the camera. You can download the ROM here, and rooted users can flash it via the recovery of their choice.
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US Cellular have some big news to announce today for all those in their particular region. This morning they have announced that not only are they rolling out their new and fast 4G LTE networks in four select cities, but they've also detailed the first two devices to be powered by those new LTE speeds.
TouchWiz UI, and of course a batch of security patches. Many of the widgets have been updated too, so your Galaxy Tab 10.1 will certainly look fresh after the update. For those of you that currently use a home replacement launcher - you may not notice any change at all.
reported earlier this year that Samsung and AA had agreed to offer the Samsung Galaxy Tablets to select planes and passengers for in-flight fun, or in-flight Angry Birds and now they've officially started just that.
Samsung had prevailed over Apple from the Australian court ruling's temporary ban. So much for that. It turns out court orders have banned the tablet another week from sale, more specifically until December 9th. The case remains open because the High Court of Australia was forced to extend the ban until it heard Apple's special leave application.
woot.com has the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi 16GB model on sale for a mere $319.99 ($180) off retail price. It doesn't have a quad-core like I mentioned and it does happen to be a refurbished unit but that shouldn't hold anyone back looking for a great deal that missed those Black Friday sales.
early last week but apparently a few problems were quickly brought to attention and they pulled the update. Everything is all set for round 2 and users should receive the OTA shortly.
Galaxy Tab 10.1 is currently receiving the OTA update to Android 3.2 Honeycomb as we speak and users should be seeing it any time now on their devices. This is for the Wi-Fi only 10.1 and we are hearing a few users are experiencing issues during the update, as well as after but only a few reports have been seen thus far.