Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Receives Rooted JQ1 Gingerbread Love
Are you a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 user tired of waiting for the Gingerbread update that has only just begun rolling out in certain regions? Luckily for you, XDA moderator Chainfire has done it again by releasing a rooted update to Android 2.3.3 that you can install yourself through ODIN. For those squeamish about flashing a bootloader, the developer has created two versions–one with a bootloader, and one without.
Here it is, JQ1, Gingerbread for the Galaxy Tab ! Here are versions both with and without bootloaders.
The version without bootloaders doesn’t boot for me and gives screen corruption. Running with bootloaders now.
If you’re eager to get your Galaxy Tab updated and rooted, be sure to continue on to the original thread.
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