While Samsung are taking their time to update the operating system on their debut tablet (hint: it’s probably going to be awhile more, just to ensure their other tablets sell better), the folks over at XDA-developers have already managed to port the tablet-optimized operating system for the tablet. But just like most first builds of Android ROMs – almost everything on this build is broken. Besides it being able to turn on, you won’t be able to do much of anything else. Developers are obviously encouraged to give the ROM a shot to help fix any issues they find with it. Since it is usually a group effort after all. If you’re curious about spicing up your Galaxy Tab Android tablet with Honeycomb, head over to the XDA-developers forum for more details on the ROM, or you can wait until it is completed by either XDA or Samsung themselves.
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