Posted by Daniel van D. 2 years ago

Samsung Thailand confirms the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update???


Good news! Samsung looks to be updating the Galaxy Tab 7.7 (GT-P6800 / GT-P6810) to Android 4.1 called Jelly Bean! According to Samsung Thailand Samsung will update the Galaxy Tab 7.7 to Android Jelly Bean. Which simply means lots of new features and a much faster tablet. SamMobile asked Samsung Benelux for a confirmation sadly we have no response yet. Let’s hope this is true! Many Galaxy Tab 7.7 users started to blame Samsung about the missing Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Tab 7.7.

 These Thai letters behind the ยืนยันการอัพเดท the tab 7.7 mean Update confirmed.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is Samsung’s first tablet with a 7.7” Super AMOLED display.
Below a screen difference why you should take AMOLED instead of LCD TFT…

ps. Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note owners NO NEED TO ASK ABOUT JB HERE!!!

Thanks SamMobile user:  Mus

source (translated)

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35 comments on “Samsung Thailand confirms the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update???

  1. tuansiro 2 years ago said:

    good news! Vietname is my country.. LOL :D

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  2. MartinR 2 years ago said:

    sorry we were wrong it was thailand !

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  3. samer menla 2 years ago said:

    am if ace 2 is on the list does it mean it will be receiving jellybean?

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  4. Dead Silence 2 years ago said:

    Well, if they plan to update their first tablet, then also P7500/7510 should get upgrade to JB 4.1.2. Especially when Dutch court declined Apple’s case against Samsung about P7500/7510.

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  5. andnote 2 years ago said:

    Thanks for info
    ..note and s2 owner
    No question plz…

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  6. arafathsm 2 years ago said:

    wow… great news….. if it is true and confirmed by samsung…. more and more happy… thanks a lot sammobile….. let us hear from you the conformation soon…. mostly awaited to update….

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  7. vaibhavdcool 2 years ago said:

    wtf…what about ace plus????

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  8. Rahul1226 2 years ago said:

    Translation please……

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  9. ssaass 2 years ago said:

    great news > thanks

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  10. chimaeragh 2 years ago said:

    Galaxy Ace 2 :-)

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  11. ascariss 2 years ago said:

    hopefully the update will hit Europe for the 7.7 soon, maybe around or during MWC? I have nothing against ICS on my 7.7 but JB would be a nice touch.

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  12. 2 years ago said:

    He-he.. My poor Galaxy SII… :-)

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  13. juanmr 2 years ago said:

    cuando habra jelly beam para el galaxy s2 ya hemos esperado muchoooooooooooooo, han tardado demasiado para actualizar aparte no dan la fecha ya es una burla hacia los usuarios.

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  14. BeyongGalaxy 2 years ago said:

    Why don’t you just .. down your throat

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  15. morelame 2 years ago said:

    Graciasss si con 4.0.4 va de cine con JB…inmejorableeee
    Con ganas de probarla en nuestra supertab…no hay otra igual…

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  16. darthvidor 2 years ago said:

    I hope it’s going to be true!

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  17. takatoonline 2 years ago said:

    สุดท้ายอัพไม่ได้ปล่อยลอยแพ #

    samsung thai fake!
    korean not confirm
    Last up was not laid off.

    TwT i’m use tab 7.7 about 7 mount today i’m sell tab 7.7

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  18. fafarnana 2 years ago said:

    good news. but what about other country & specially Middle east?

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  19. samer menla 2 years ago said:

    finally galaxy ace 2

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  20. FritzPinguin 2 years ago said:

    I hope we will not get as many problem as with the update to ICS, like the broken WiFi. Guess I will wait a few weeks before updating…

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  21. Goattee 2 years ago said:

    Much as I am hoping for the best, I am not so sure this is the news we are all waiting for.

    I am an expatriate living in Thailand. My partner is Thai and he’s reasonably technical. He owns a Galaxy S3 and an 8.9″ tablet. I showed him that status table from the web page that you are speculating about. I did not show him the Google translation for the Samsung web page. But I asked him what the status for the 7.7 means.

    He said that the wording was poorly chosen and could be interpreted many ways. In other words, a fluent Thai reader could not look at that status message and walk away with certainty about Samsung’s plans. It could mean anything from “confirmed” to “to be confirmed.” (The latter possibly meaning that Samsung HQ has not yet determined a decision.)

    We can tell you that Thailand users did receive an OTA update for the Galaxy S3 in the past couple of weeks. So the date for that product, stated in the Thai Buddhist calendar system, is correct.

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  22. bassem.mohsen 2 years ago said:

    the only thing i want is buttery smooth UI, no thing more.
    most of the sw development will be reuse from other devices like Note I and Galaxy S II

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  23. bassem.mohsen 2 years ago said:

    This is a very expensive tab, and such hardware and screen will be amazing with the smoothness of jelly bean, i can’t imagine Samsung will let us down, while most of this rom development will be reuse from other software of Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2.

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  24. noelmwendas 2 years ago said:

    samsung are very much fully of crap is it shortage of manpower or what why not work on offial updates of its most expensive gadgets that is note 2, s3 and tab 7.7 (p6800) in that order not having less costly gadgets being updated first thats bull, we paid more money lets have our money’s worth samsung to get more customers satisfy what you already have they are your strong market especially those who paid more in that crap 7.7 tab of yours

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  25. khairil 2 years ago said:

    please i want my samsung galaxy tab P6800 got new firmware jelly bean 4.1.1/4.2.1….when samsung galaxy tab got update firmware… im waiting too long and some time i try use CM10 but not good for P6800…please samsung update and fix it the latest firmware!!!!1

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  26. Gtab7.7_FR_XEF 2 years ago said:

    I hope this is true but i think like Goattee ‘to be confirmed’ :(

    I want JB 4.2 for butter project and multi user functionnality !

    PLEASE SamSung !!!!

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  27. khairil 2 years ago said:

    i want jelly bean to my 7.7 P6800…when the new firmware for galaxy tab 7.7 P6800???

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  28. exoone 2 years ago said:

    I am waiting…

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  29. mohdaamer 2 years ago said:

    Good news for the users gt 7.7
    Test fw jb 4.1.2 coming to gt 7.7 in the begining of april
    Source via sammobile

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    • bassem.mohsen 2 years ago said:

      post a comment or the link where sammobile say that Test fw jb 4.1.2 coming to gt 7.7 in the begining of april

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  30. Jandres Gregorius 2 years ago said:

    lets release that update pliisss…..
    i hope samsung confirm that update
    my tab 7.7 having wait along time
    and when can be release that jellybean???
    for malaysia,thailand,singapore,indonesia have same asian firmware

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  31. rmatheis 2 years ago said:

    just wanted to confirm today i got the official Samsung upgrade to Jelly bean 4.1.2 – OTA and it is running on my Galaxy 7.7 (gtp 6800) now . I am located in Thailand. So far i can say it seems a bit slow but i will check a while longer and report back

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  32. MrFantabulous 2 years ago said:

    Still no update for China :(

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  33. mortezasharifinia 2 years ago said:

    We’re waiting to update our P6800 tab to Android Kit kat (4.4)
    Please do it as soon as possible

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  34. gsiri 2 years ago said:

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