The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 (P1000) was one of the most admired Android tablets in the year of 2010. While the name itself suggests, it equips a display screen measured at 7 inch, and is fundamentally a bumped version of the Galaxy S. Akin to all other Android tablets out last year, the Galaxy Tab came with Android 2.2 Froyo integrated, with a tablet optimized version of TouchWIZ UI by Samsung.
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The highly admired Samsung Galaxy S II is just around the corner and it has already been rooted for full file system access credit to the developer over at XDA-forum -Chainfire-. Through Samsung flashing utility ‘Odin’ we can gain access to Superuser in order to flash the device with a custom kernel. Later than a reboot Superuser access is obtainable by using the ‘adb’ program which is component of the Android SDK.
Eventually, we have some news for Google Nexus one users and that’s android 2.3 Gingerbread is now available to use over to this device. I know you were all anxiously waiting for this update and now get this updated as soon as possible for performance enhancements and other cool features which would pop out once your device is updated with this new update.