Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 update with Android 4.2.2


Samsung has released Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 users. With the joined forces of the CyanogenMod team and Samsung, the users can now update their devices to Android 4.2.2. The team released the latest version of CM10.1 for the android devices.

Explicitly, the users using the GT-P1000 version of the slate can update using the CM10.1 Nightly ROM based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

The new version released by CyanogenMod is based on the initially released Android Open Source Project. It has been reported that the developed AOSP is promising a more stable and efficient performance than the stock version.

The users can face issues like some untested bug and broken features while using the nightly build Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 CM10.1 ROM. However the company assures that it will be resolved in the next update for Android Jelly Bean CM10.1 ROM.

There are important notes that user should make sure before going for an update. User must have a backup of all the data of your slate before updating. The update will only work for the custom ROM compatible with the device and USB debugging should also be enabled.

After downloading the update there are key installation steps. Firstly connect your device to PC via USB cable, transfer the unzipped file to your SD card, and boot the tab into recovery mode. You can do a factory reset to clear out the device’s data and cache.

You can then choose to install the zip from SD card, confirm the installation and then start with the update process. Once the update process is done, reboot the device. The tablet will now boot using the new ROM. After that your device should be updated successfully to use Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.