Samsung pushes out yet another update to fix graphics issues with the Galaxy Tab 10.1
Specifically, the P7510UEKME software update addresses the issue plaguing some Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi tablets. Previously, tablet owners experienced the display not working properly, which ultimately required a reboot to correct the problem. Furthermore, Samsung stopped the roll out of its TouchWiz UX update soon afterwards to better assess the problem.
Thankfully, things appear to be in good hands now that the 3.5MB update is available for download and installation – thus, quashing any of those annoying display problems. So far, it doesn’t appear that Verizon’s LTE enabled Galaxy Tab 10.1 is affected by the bug. Nevertheless, Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners all around can rejoice and enjoy the new customized Android experience in peace.
1. som posted on 19 Aug 2011, 16:30 0 0
Now Samsung can tell EU judge that Galaxy Tab and Galaxy phone looked different from iPad and iPhone after the update is completed.
Samsung should give EU judge a real Galaxy Tab and phone to play with, so they can tell the different from iPad and iPhone. Photos are no good from Apple.
3. JamesTownsend (unregistered) posted on 21 Aug 2011, 10:14 0 0
I hate to break it to you, but the judge's decisions were based on physical examinations of the products themselves. That's why these stories are nothing but interesting...It would be interesting if the court would overturn its decision, but its highly unlikely...