Sprint has confirmed that the Gingerbread update to the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet computer will begin being rolled out today. Users of the popular tablet computer may get updates today. But, as the roll out is occurring in batches, it may be a day or more before it comes to your device. Sprint has said that all devices will have the update in no later than four days.
This is a big update. One of the more exciting changes to Gingerbread is the support for keyboards over bluetooth. Total time to download and install the update should be no longer than five minutes. Full instructions for the Tabs upgrade is available on the Sprint website.
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread
- HID Bluetooth
If you’re not sure what version of Android you’re currently running, you can check by going to the settings menu and looking at the information in the ‘About My Galaxy Tab’ panel. If you’d like to try and force an update to your device, the ‘System Update’ area (on the ‘About My Galaxy Tab’ screen) will let you
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