T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 lands Ice Cream Sandwich update

T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 lands Ice Cream Sandwich update

After more than a month of waiting, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 for T-Mobile has finally joined some of its brethren with an Ice Cream Sandwich update. Big Magenta has posted the Android 4.0.4 download for those who’d like to install the OS manually via Samsung Kies. While the carrier says the Android flavor won’t be delivered over-the-air, TmoNews reports that some users have loaded up their hardware with an OTA update. Ready to hop on the ICS bandwagon? Check your slate for an upgrade notice or hit the source link below for instructions and the appropriate download.

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T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 lands Ice Cream Sandwich update originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 03 Sep 2012 07:04:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Motorola shows off Ice Cream Sandwich on a Droid RAZR, sprinkles in Webtop 3.0

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Although Motorola outed its Android Ice Cream Sandwich rollout plans back in February, we’ve only seen leaked glimpses of what its skinned version the OS would be like for its handsets. That’s changed recently thanks to Motorola’s Japanese website, where a new ICS landing page features nine demo videos showcasing the software on a Droid RAZR. Among the clips, which highlight features from updated icons to a revamped lockscreen, there’s also a detailed look at the LapDock-friendly Webtop 3.0 UI. Sadly however, there isn’t any new word on the rollout schedule past the update Moto detailed on the 18th. You can treat yourself to some of the eye candy by clicking past the break, and you’ll find all the vids by hitting the source link below — but do keep in mind that most of clips aren’t voiced in English.

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Motorola shows off Ice Cream Sandwich on a Droid RAZR, sprinkles in Webtop 3.0 originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 26 May 2012 20:16:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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