Last Updated: August 2nd, 2011
If you were lucky enough to attend Google I/O this year, then there's no doubt that you've been loving your limited edition Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (check out our review). You're about to love it even more, because the Android 3.1 update just went live.
This update brings a gaggle of nice features, including widget resizing, USB host support, and improved multitasking, just to name a few.
Update #1: In addition to the standard 3.1 stuff, Samsung provides the following list (and warns to disable any device locks prior to the update specifically for the I/O Tab):
KF3 (Google IO):
Core update from Honeycomb 3.0 to 3.1.
Last Updated: November 23rd, 2011
It seems like Samsung was releasing source code on a daily basis there for a while, but it has been relatively quiet over the past couple of weeks in that area. Today, though, the Sammy crew dropped the source code for the upcoming Exhibit 4G, which is set to land on T-Mobile sometime this month.
As it turns out, we just couldn't resist the joke after all.
If you're aching to crack this code open, you can grab it from Samsung's Open Source Developers Center.