Apr 3rd, 2011 publishUpdated   Apr 4th, 2011, 12:03 am

That 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab was a nice grab for some of you when it first came out, but I bet you felt a bit slighted when Google introduced Android 3.0 Honeycomb.  Samsung didn’t utter a peep about when or if they’d bring the tablet-specific operating system to their 7-inch offering. With the 10-inch and 8.9-inch renditions, it looks like we’ll never hear anything in that regard.

That’s where these hard-working developers come in, though. Folks at XDA have gotten Android 3.0 up and running on the tablet. Caveats? It’s not the least bit stable and it’s only confirmed to be working on CDMA versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. (Those available on contract for Sprint and Verizon here in the United States.) I’m hopeful they’ll be throwing as much time and effort as they can at this project, though, so be sure to follow them at their XDA thread. [Thanks, Tyler!]

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