The Android 3.2 Honeycomb update for the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1
has been put on hold by the Korean based manufacturer. Users of the tablet had been reporting problems after the update started to get pushed through, including broken Wi-Fi connections. In a response, Samsung said that it is aware of the situation and is working on a resolution. In fact, the Korean based firm makes it sound as though a response will be coming shortly. For now, Samsung has decided to pull the update
with the hope that it will get things right next time.
This isn't the first time that Samsung had to halt an update to the tablet
in the middle of disseminating it. You might remember back in August, Samsung pushed out a TouchWiz update for owners of the device. This update had to be put on hold
right in the middle of sending it out due to some bugs that had played havoc with the tablet. Hopefully the earlier experience allows Samsung to quickly find the problem and resume the update for owners of the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1.