A user named Pershoot has made a modified kernel that offers significant enhancements over the stock kernel. What are those advantages? Well, the tab is overclocked to 1.4GHz for better user experience. However, on top of all, you will be able to use Joystick (Xbox, PS3), mouse and browse NTFS file systems on flash drives. You will also be able to do USB charging.
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Pyro Skins are offering a couple of very ergonomic and functional cases for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. One of those two cases is clip case that was reviewed by an xda user, task650. He loved the quality of the case and praised how snuggly the case fitted his Galaxy Tab 10.1.
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Samsung is now finally shipping the HDMI adapter that lets you connect your Tab 10.1 to your HDTV. Many online retailers have it in stock. Some Verizon retailers also have it in stock which from where I bought one for myself.
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There are 2-3 ways by which you can unlock the bootloader of your Galaxy Tab 10.1. The one which I prefer and recommend is by an xda user chainfire (which I will explain in this post). This method involves flashing the custom stock ROM that also unlocks the bootloader. After that you can flash any 10.1 custom ROM. Anyway, here is how to flash this ROM and thus, unlock the bootloader.
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Many, including me, are not great fan of Touchwiz user interface and either like using stock Honeycomb interface or third party shell (like SPB Mobile Shell 3D). A user at xda-devs has come up with a ROM called "Task Phantom" that lets you enjoy vanilla Android Honeycomb experience.
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Even though Android operating system lets you easily mount your tablet as USB flash / mass storage drive, it is not that simple to mount the 10.1 Galaxy Tab as USB storage. However, there is a way on how to enable it. Read this tutorial to know how.
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