The Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 gets upgrade to Android 4.1.1 back in November, but the firmware never made it to the Tab owners in America. Those who have waited patiently can now reap the Jelly Bean reward, as the buttery smooth update is heading to the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3113 and the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5113 in the U.S and Canada.
Just to confirm, the JRO03C update is being rolled out only to the WiFi variants of the tablets, as the model numbers suggest. If you haven’t seen any notification on the Tab to install the OTA update, you can use Kies – Samsung’s PC companion software — to download and install the latest firmware.
Make sure you have a fast and stable Internet connection, as the update is 311 MB in file size. Aside from getting Android 4.1.1, you should also see some performance enhancements.
Did you get the Jelly Bean update yet on your Tab? Sound off in the comments below.