One of the best things about owning an Android device is that you can make it run software of different versions. Everybody’s been waiting an update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab to run Android 2.3 (aka “Gingerbread”). Well, the wait is over. Cyanogen has released its hack for this however it’s still on its beta version – there is still room for improvements. A word of advice though, don’t try this hack just yet if you are not sure what to do to make it run properly as it could cause your Galaxy tab to malfunction. Some of the features that are working stable straight out of beta are voice calls, Wi-Fi, 3G data, and the GPS. So there you have it, Gingerbread is finally in the menu. You can stay tuned to find out when the next version of this hack be available, surely it’ll have more features that will work properly and be user friendly.
Are you a brave early adopter or just love playing around with you Galaxy Tab? Let us know if you’ve had any success updating your firmware to run Gingerbread.
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