Android Jelly Bean Upgrade Now Available For Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0by admin December 14, 2012 0 comments
Finally! Finally! Finally! Your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 will now gets to taste the latest Android Jelly Bean. After keeping you off your seats for a very long time, Samsung finally decided to release the Android 4.1 upgrade for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Apart from a faster interface and an improved browser, the all new Android Jelly Bean is packed up some amazing features.
So, what does the upgrade offer you?
- Two homescreen modes
- Notifications bar that can expand and contract
- Highly responsive and a smoother performance
- The pop up play screen can be resized
- Voice Recognition engine with Google Now
The upgrade file size is 360 MB. Samsung offers the upgrade through OTA (Over The Air) but you can also download the file through Samsung Kies. So, if you are too concerned about your data usage or do not have an access to a dedicated Wi-Fi router, you may want to use Kies to download the file. To manually get the upgrade, all you need to do is go to ‘Settings’ and select ‘Software update’ under the ‘About’ section. Note that the update is still under process and so if you have not yet received a notification regarding the update, you may have to wait but not for too long.
When it comes to upgrading a smart phone with a higher version of an operating system, many leave it to an expert. Well, you don’t have to, as you can do it all by yourself using Samsung Kies if you are not too sure on how to check out for updates manually. Here is what you need to do:
- Install Samsung Kies onto your PCNow, connect your Tablet to your PC using a USB cable.
- Open the application and click on the ‘Firmware upgrade’ button. But, before you do that, make sure to backup all the crucial date (including your contacts) from the tablet to your PC.
- The tablet will automatically restart once the download and the upgrade is complete. You can then disconnect the device from your PC.
- That’s it. Your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 now runs on the latest Android Jelly Bean. Finally, a good reason to party, isn’t it?