05-02-2012 11:39 AM
- Hey guys I just got home a to find my Galaxy Tab 10.1 came by UPS and am absolutely f@*king loving' it!!!! But, here's the real question. I had an Acer Iconia A500 before I upgraded to the TAB10.1 and when i updated to the OS to 3.2.1 it took ROOT away. Like I said I have just got opened up and turned on and am messing around with it but before I do any updating I need to know if I will lose root?. Or should I go ahead And root anyway. I been reading that Samsung has said no ICS OTA in the future but ACeR said the same and they just pushed the OTA last Friday. SO its A tuff decision. Please give me ya'lls advice before I do anything . Thanx fro ya'lls time and input!!!
Here's My Model :GT-P7510
O.S : Android Ver. 3.1
Kernal : 220.127.116.11
Build Number : HJ37.UEKME P7510UEKME04-30-2012 06:00 PM
- I would not suggest anything seeing as I don't root /tablet is great as/is and I love it. If it has Ics at the moment or not does not change what I can or cannot do with it. That is just me and everyone is different so what ever you end up doing just enjoy.
EVO-LUTION 3D04-30-2012 06:23 PM
- At the very least I'd update to the latest OS version.
If you're familiar with Android and the rooting process, I'll let you know this: This tab was the easiest to root of any Android device I've ever owned.
Is it worth it? Well, that's up to you I guess. I'm kinda a hobbyist when it comes to that sort of thing, so naturally I jumped right in...however I can also say that the current "official" OS really isn't that bad either compared to any of the ROMs I've tried out, so I really can't argue against sticking with it either.
FWIW, I'm currently running a version of CM9 (Android 4.0.4 ICS) on mine and really like it. Still a few kinks to work out, primarily the non-functioning camera, but it seems to getting really close to being "ready for prime time".05-01-2012 11:27 AM
EDIT: Nevermind, I saw that too, but unfortunately I live in the US, not Canada.
This is still good news though.05-02-2012 10:56 AM
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