being sold with unlocked bootloaders. Now it appears those rumors are true, as a dev over at XDA has found a way to flash ClockWorkMod Recovery onto the tablets that have unlocked bootloaders.
Tagged: samsung galaxy tab 10.1″
Honeycomb 3.1 is available for the limited edition version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, given away at Google IO. Today Google sent an email to those lucky owners officially letting them know of the upgrade, as well as some instructions for the download. The 3.1 upgrade brings some nice updates to the tablet version of Android, so if you haven't gotten the update yet for your IO Tab, check your inbox.
Pantech Crossover - the first Android device by Pantech to hit the United States. T-Mobile’s HTC Flyer tablet hit the FCC early in the week as well; unfortunately, there is still no information regarding any type of 4G capability.
told you yesterday the Tab is officially for sale starting today. Now some reports are streaming in that some lucky users that went home and turned their Tab on were greeted with a familiar splash screen we have seen before. It shows as being "unlocked"
Unboxing War: Number One contest. In case you missed it, earlier in May we decided to spice up the unboxing and hands-on video of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 by doing two at the same time and let you -- the readers decide who was best for a chance to win your very own Galaxy Tab 10.1 to enjoy. It was a close battle in the unboxing between Vince and Ben but in the end it was you readers that got to decide who was king.
reminder post this morning for all you readers as well. It looks like Samsung is also taking the opportunity today to remind everyone about the amazingly thin, light, and powerful Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet they are releasing with a nice video showing just about every detail imaginable about the tablet.
coolest new features in the 3.1 upgrade to Honeycomb was the ability to let your tablet act as a USB host. Unfortunately this usually requires a full sized USB port, which most Android tablets don't have without an adapter. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, sleek and sexy though it is, unfortunately has no standard USB port to make use of it. Samsung tweeted today about an adapter, which has just gone on sale, to convert the strangely Apple-esque port on the Galaxy Tab to a full USB one, allowing you to get your host on.
reported that Vodafone was listing the new tablet with a beefed up processor without a name, rather than the 1 GHz Tegra 2 that Samsung's website, and common knowledge would tell you it had. That turned out to be false, but the rumor has sprung back to life with a sighting of this sign on a Samsung booth in a mall in Poland.