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Samsung Galaxy lineup has been updated to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

According to the official website of Samsung Galaxy tablets, many began to get updated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which tablet owners waited for months.

Some of the tablets will be updated to OTA, but other owners have to download the updated only through Kies. Here is a list of Galaxy-tablets and smartphones that have received a new update Android 4.0 ICS:

  • Samsung Galaxy S2 : update is available through Kies, as well as the OTA.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note : This update is available using Kies or by OTA;
  • Samsung Galaxy R ;
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus : Model GT-P6200 is the firmware over the air and via Kies;
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 ;
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 ;
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 : Model GT-P7510 tablet can be upgraded through the program Kies or OTA.
The data are taken from the official website of Samsung . Recall that if an update is available for OTA, the tablet / smartphone to automatically report it. Alternatively, you can manually check for updates in the menu section “About tablet / smartphone on.” If you are 100% confident that the update has already happened, but Android-gadget refuses to download, you can do the familiar trick: you need to clear application data Google Services Framework. To do this, open the configuration section Applications / All / Google Service Framework and erase data. Then reboot the device.

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