Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Ice Cream Sandwich Roll Out Begins

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Ice Cream Sandwich update roll out has begun.


According to SamMobile, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Android 4.0 update is currently available in select regions through Samsung Kies. It appears that the software is currently available to those who own the tablet device in Austria.

We’re unsure whether it’s available in any other regions but roll outs in other parts of Europe should be close behind and available through Samsung Kies soon.

This is fantastic news for owners of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet who have been waiting for a sign of Gingerbread ever since Samsung confirmed the software for the device.


The Galaxy Tab 7.7 ICS roll out has begun.


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It has said in the past that roll outs would begin in July or August for its current Galaxy Tab line of devices and it appears that the Galaxy Tab 7.7 is first in line.

Now, for those who have the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, there is currently no telling how long it’s going to take for Ice Cream Sandwich to arrive.

Verizon hasn’t said anything at all. All we know is that it will be coming at some point. That being said, we hope that this roll out beginning is a sign that things are moving in a good direction.


For those that own the Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0, Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab 10.1, hang in there. Ice Cream Sandwich roll outs for those devices should be rolling out in the weeks ahead.

When though remains a mystery, a mystery that we hope Samsung solves in the near future.