After releasing the long awaited update to Android 3.2 for their Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung have been forced to pull it after reports of the update crashing Wi-Fi, a fundamental element for a Wi-Fi only tablet. Reports were flooding in on XDA-Developers forums complaining of stalled updates, Kies failure and the tab only recognizing static IP addresses.
Samsung officially released a statement to Phandroid stating that they are “aware of an issue…are working on a resolution and will provide more information shortly”. We can also expect a fix from Samsung for those unfortunate souls whose Galaxy Tabs did fall victim to the update, as well as a complete working update shortly.
Until then, it looks like we’ll have to be patient and hope that Samsung rolls out the revised Honeycomb 3.2 update soon, especially considering owners are hopeful that an Ice Cream Sandwich update will be confirmed for their 10.1 inch slate in the near future.