The Galaxy Tab 10.1 users can check for the new updates as Samsung is rolling out the Honeycomb 3.2 update for the devices, but those who have already updated their tab, have complained regarding a few issues they are facing with the newer version of the Honeycomb OS. A few got the push notification about the update, and the others need to check for the updates from the settings, but it would be better if they rather wait till Samsung fixes the problems that other users have been going through.
One of the major issues that the 63.12MB update has brought, is the connectivity problem where the users could not connect to the available Wi-Fi networks, and this could be a bad hit for people who own the Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi version, with no other option to connect to the web. Here are a few issues users have reported after updating the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to Android 3.2 –
- Dynamic IP connecting to Wi-Fi fails
- Connecting to the Kies software fails
- Auto rotate doesn’t work
- Firmware Update Failed message pops out when the tab is rebooted
For those who are having an issue with the Wi-Fi, they can enter a static IP address while connecting, and that has worked for many. Hard reset of the device doesn’t bring much changes or fix to the issues. Samsung has replied back to users that the update has got a few issues and they would bring out a fix or solution pretty soon. Till then, a few lucky ones can enjoy the update if they don’t see any issue. Meanwhile, check out the Galaxy tab 10.1 battery life tips.