Android CentralIf you decided to take Samsung up on its bargain basement prices for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Wifi-only edition, then there's some good news for you this Thanksgiving morn. The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Wifi-only 7-inch Tab 2 (GT-P3110) has started pushing out in some territories, starting with France. The update is available through Kies, as well as over-the-air on the device itself. According to SamMobile, the build number you'll want to look out for is XXCLK5.

The update to Jelly Bean will give Tab 2 owners the chance to experience improved performance thanks to Android 4.1's "Project Butter" software enhancements, as well as enabling predictive search capabilities through Google Now.

If you're rocking a Tab 2 in France, head to Settings > About device > Software updates to see if yours is ready. Other territories are likely to follow in the weeks ahead.

Source: SamMobile

 

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Jelly Bean update starts pushing to Wifi Galaxy Tab 2 7.0

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France first? Why? The US market should get it before everybody else. (with the exception
of South Korea, of course)