T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is one of the last in the US to get Jelly Bean, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be any sweeter for people to finally get their hands on the upgrade. It seems the first user reports are rolling in regarding a possible rollout to Jelly Bean for the tablet. It’s said to be bringing the device up to Android 4.1.2, with baseband version T779UVTMC1 and build JZ054K.T779UVTMC1.
We haven’t seen anything official from T-Mobile just yet, but if you’re feeling up to the task then be sure to charge your tablet to at least 50%, turn on WiFi and see if you can pull this one down from the Settings > About Tablet menu. We’ll be hitting Magenta up for an official statement to see if this is just a one-off mistake or if the upgrade is finally ready to go out to the masses.
[via T-Mobile, Thanks Julie!]
why don’t these manufactures just hire developers to implement the latest android into their own third party skins….. that still eliminate the complains of companies having bad update timing.
will eliminate *
Google promised an Alliance back in IO 2011. This alliance included Samsung and T-Mobile, I just wish they’d keep their promise and update devices to the latest versions if the hardware permits.
Update has been pulled. Can’t get a answer from Tmobile or Samsung when it will be pushed out again