Install Official Android 4.0.4 ICS on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7510
Aha, after a long-long time I came up with another Android update for your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Samsung, the mobile giant has recently released the official update for this device for Android 4.0.4 IceCream Sandwich and now it is available publicly.
It has been noted that this update came up with many bug fixes and very smooth on operation. Face detection Unlock feature is the most attractive one on this update.
Warning: I advice you to do it at your own risk, neither me nor the developer is responsible for any damages caused to your device. This upgrade is only for educational purposes.
How to Update?
- Use Samsung Kies to take backup of all your important data like contacts, sms, mms etc.
- Connect your device to the charger.
- Disable all antivirus and anti-malware softwares installed on your device.
- Enable USB Debugging by tapping Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging.
- Download USB Drivers for your Galaxy Tab 10.1.
- Double click the file on your computer and install it.
- Now, Download the firmware upgrade file.
- Extract the zip file and you will get P7510XABLPL_P7510UELPL_HOME.tar.md5 file.
- Now, download the ODIN flash tool, extract it and double click the exe file to install the package.
- Launch the odin package.
- Now, switch off your tab and restart it by pressing Volume Down + Power Button simultaneously.
- When the download mode appears, connect your device to the system with a USB cable.
- Here, ODIN will detect your device and shows a yellow patch COM section.
- Click PDA on ODIN and select the file you got in step 8 above.
- Press the start button and wait until the flashing of the firmware finishes.
- After successful flash you will get a green patch on COM section.
- If any problem persists, remove the battery of your tab and redo the complete process again.
- Reboot your device in recovery mode and wipe data / cache partition.
- Now go back and reboot your device again.
- That’s it, you have upgraded your device.