The popular Samsung 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.

According to a few reports from XDA the update is hitting now and for some it has been breaking Wi-Fi, something that could be a major issue especially for a tablet that can only access data with Wi-Fi. We still don’t have many details but this is just a little PSA warning for those that might have received the update this morning. Here is a screenshot of the update:

Looking at the screenshot above the update is around 63MB in size and shouldn’t take but a minute to download, and around 5 to complete the update. We don’t have a changelog or many other details at the moment but users might want to hold off until we hear more details although only a few have experienced issues. As always you can manually check for updates if you don’t want to wait and can go to about tablet > check for updates to begin pulling the Android 3.2 OTA for the Tab 10.1 now. Let us know in the comment section below if you received the update, and if things went smoothly.

Update: We’re hearing the OTA update path has been stalling for some causing freezes and Wi-Fi errors after not completing. If you do attempt the update we suggest using Kies instead of the OTA Update. More information and to get the files manually head here.
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[via XDA]