Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Wi-Fi) Gets a Quick Bug-Fixing Update


Samsung has pushed another update to their Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi to address bugs. It’ll clock in at 3.22MB, meaning it’ll be a quick affair – just long enough for you to reboot the tablet and get back to reading Phandroid.com. It’s said to fix the graphical corruption bug that was introduced when Samsung began offering TouchWiz as an option. Be wary if you’re rooted, however, as it may affect your device in a way that renders it unusable. We recommend getting yourself a nice Nandroid backup going in Clockwork just in case. Check for the update OTA on your tablet. [Android Police]

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  1. Wow… I just rooted/ROM’d and took a backup with CWM last night. Nice!

    Hopefully this fixes Media Hub too. Mine doesn’t play anything.

  2. Can someone please verify if the lag issue is fixed? Browser embedded videos and scrolling lag a lot. Thanks.

  3. I feel like the I/O tabs are being left out. I don’t really want touchwiz, but I want a fast, stable build and what we have now doesn’t really cut it.

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