Samsung Galaxy Tab Maintenance Release - EA24
- New drivers for LCD supplier
- QIK software update to 0.04.77 (will overlay existing version)
- Exchange email fixes
- Software version is: Baseband S100.08 S.EA24, Build SPH-P100.EA24
- Download and install time is approximately 5 minutes
- Released in stages with 100% of devices having received the update within 4 days
- Refer to the Samsung Galaxy Tab Maintenance Release blog for install instructions
Update: The rollout schedule has been changed to 5 days. All devices will have
received the update by the evening of Friday, 2/11.
Message was edited by: dshoem01
I have a quesiton regarding the update of the Galaxy Tab, I bought my Tab and do not use on the Sprint Network. It is ran via 4g wifi from my EVO, so how do i go about updating if i am not connected to the network??? Lets see how long before i get a response on this one SPRINT??
I cant update since currently this it (OTA) and since i dont not have service on the tablet and it is used via WIFI tether from Evo I will require a download link for the update, I believe that is the only way i can update.
As long as you have internet connectivity on the tab, you should be able to apply the upgrade. The upgrade is pushed from Google's servers. You may need to download an app from the Android market (free one) to ensure Google has your device information.
Does the following statement apply for manual firmware updates as well?
"Released in stages with 100% of devices having received the update within 4 days"
My Sambung Galaxy Tab does not show an available Firmware or Android update being available.
Message was edited by: raymondrewalker
I have plenty of Free Apps. I thought u where saying there is a specific APPLICATION i need in the Market. I checked and Google has my Evo and Tablet showing up. Still no luck with this so called OTA updated. AS I Stated each time i go and following the instructions, my wifi is disconnected and it fails to update.
This update is only available OTA (over the air). By manual, I'm assuming you mean checking for the upgrade on your device instead of waiting for a prompt/notification on your device. Whether you check for it (client-initiated) or you wait for a prompt (network-initiated), you won't see the upgrade as available until Google has pushed it to your device. Google is pushing this in stage and will have pushed it to all devices within 4 days.
If you have accessed the Android market before, Google will already have your device info and you'll be included in the push.
There is no manual download available for this upgrade.
I think I've covered all your questions, but let me know if something doesn't make sense. Thanks!
DSTROMAN22, your device probably wasn't included in the first day's push (see the other response I sent). If you're still having problems receiving the upgrade in 4 days, please let me know.