Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is more than 10 years old and it’s surprising to see it being supported by xda developers. Latest ROM available for P7510 and P7500 variants is Android 8, also known as Oreo. Installation steps are bit different from previous ROMs, so follow steps very carefully.Continue reading Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7510 P7500 latest ROM 2022
If you are looking for a stable firmware for your old Samsung android tablet, Galaxy Tab 10.1 to be specific, then look no further than the new Jelly Bam firmware. While this may not give you the latest android version which is Nougat for Galaxy Tab 10.1, it is most stable and reliable. Features of this ROM:
– Overall features of AOKP, CM10 and PARANOID –
– Custom JellyBam Settings with preferences –
– Tons of customizations –
– GAPPS Included –
– Hacked youtube with 720p playback –
– Bravia Engine –
– Awesome audio Mods –
– XLoud sound mods –
– Themes and Mods in JellyBam style –
– Latest CM10/AOKP Kernel compiled from sources –
– New Mali driver –
– Exynos HWComposer –
– Lockscreen with x8 Custom app targets –
– New optimus 4x circle lockscreen –
– Ability to customize color and alpha of the optimus lockscreen –
– Bravia Engine libraries –
– Bravia XLoud audio libraries –
– Paranoid Android settings –
– Per-App-DPI Changer –
– Per-App-Color –
– Custom home action and hardware button in lockscreen –
– Quick/Long click on weather and clock actions –
– JellyBam Panel in settings app –
– AOKP and CyanogenMod Settings –
– Mass storage mode –
– Apollo Music Player (Themed) –
– Quick SMS –
– Init.d scripts –
– JellyBOOM script –
– Media quality tweak –
– 3G and GPS Tweak –
– RAM Optimization + Multitasking –
– SmoothScrolling tweak –
– V6 Supercharger included –
– Trebuchet Launcher –
– Touchwiz Launcher with samsung weather widget –
– JellyBam custom Bootanimation by metallaxis –
– Center Clock/No clock/Right Clock –
– Volume Panel (Volume Rocker allows you to change ALL volume levels in one Menu) –
– Lockscreen Weather –
– Lockscreen Vibration on/off toggle –
– Performance/Color Settings –
– Brightness Control Slider –
– Multilang –
– JellyBam Style –
Download the latest revision of JellyBam ROM for your device from here
Place the zip into your internal SDCard
Boot into CWM recovery of P7500.
Wipe data/factory reset
Wipe dalvik cache (Inside advanced tab)
Install zip from internal SDCard
That is it, you now have the most stable firmware on your Samsung tablet.
Samsung abandoned the first generation Galaxy Tab 10.1 long time back but folks at xda have been taking care of all of its variants from quite some time. Infact, they even released Android 7.1.1 which is also known as Nougat aka the latest version of the android. It is available for the 3G, wifi and T-mobile variants, so GT-P7510, GT-P7500 and SGH-T859 are covered. Its kernel features are listed below.
CPU overclock (1.2Ghz – 1.6Ghz)
CPU voltage control
CPU temperature readings
GPU overclock (400Mhz)
L2 cache optimization
Updated WIFI driver
The developers were able to get everything working except for camera and 3G. Installation instructions are given below.
Backup all data
Install TWRP 184.108.40.206 or newer
Wipe cache, dalvik cache, system, data
Install the ROM
– Install gapps pico
– Install phh Superuser
Boot the ROM
Enable on screen keyboard by toggling "Show input method"
- p4wifi (GT-P7510): WIFI only tablet – aosp-7.1-p4wifi-20161229.zip
- p4 (GT-P7500): Cellular / 3G tablet – aosp-7.1-p4-20161229.zip
- p4tmo (SGH-T859): T-Mobile tablet – aosp-7.1-p4tmo-20161229.zip
Since there are no gapps onboard, you should get them from opengapps.org
In this article, we will guide you on how to enable voice calling on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. To enable it, you need to ensure you are running the 3G variant of it which has model number P7500. The easiest way to confirm this is by checking if it has SIM card slot – if it has, then you can enable voice calling on it.
Requirements for enabling voice calling on Tab 10.1
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G [GT-P7500].
– You must have a custom recovery like TWRP for Tab 10.1 onboard.
– Any ROM based on Stock ICS 4.0.4 or the official stock ICS for tab 10.1. It might work on other ROMs too but I have tested it only on P7500 running stock android 4.0.4.
1- Reboot to Recovery Mode. Do this by pressing and holding down volume up key and power button together until your tablet reboot to recovery.
2- Make a Full Backup. [optional]
3- Install File CWM_I9103XXLQ3_Modem.zip – download this zip file from here.
4- Install File Voice Call Enable [Stock] ICS 4.0.4 ROM Build 1.zip
5- Wipe Cache & Dalvik Cache.
6- Reboot the tab 10.1 and start making voice calls.
TWRP is a custom recovery for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. There are two variants of the this recovery as there are two versions of the tab – the P7500 (3G only) and P7510 (Wifi only version).
By installing recovery, you will be able to flash all sorts of hack on to the tablet, including ability to root your Tab 10.1 tablet and install custom firmware. Since Samsung has not churned any ROM after the official ICS for Galaxy Tab 10.1, it makes perfect sense to install TWRP recovery on the P7500 / P7510 and get the latest version of android unofficially.
Download links are given below.
Diamond ROM based on Android 4.4.4 which is also known as Kitkat is available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and it is stable and solid as rock. It is basically a light weight and modified AOSP ROM.
-Flash TWRP for Galaxy Tab 10.1 (you can flash twrp over cwm from cwm if you’re in that situation)
-Reboot into TWRP recovery as only this way you can install custom ROMs on it.
-Make recovery backup (optional)
-Run Titanium Backup (highly recommended)
-Format system partition
Here are Android 4.4.4 Kitkat ROM features
CM Calculator (the newly redone one they’re proud of)
CM File Manager
Nano text editor
Koush’s full featured open source superuser (and it is integrated into settings )
Carbon rom blue balls wallpaper
Cyanogenmod port of 2 column settings adapted to Omni rom.
Omni floating window
Thanks to kind folks at XDA, we finally have a stable ROM running Android 4.3 operating system for the first generation Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. While the hardware of the tablet is perfectly capable of handling Android 4.3 jelly bean, Samsung abandoned it after release of Tab 2 10.1. Last update for upgraded the users to Android 4.0.4 ICS.
Samsung has started rolling out official Android 4.2.2 update for its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5110 users. If you are running on stock ROM, just go to the update tab under settings and tap on ‘check for update’. Here are the details of the ROM.
Version: Android 4.2.2
Build date: Tue, 13 Aug 2013 11:16:35 +0000
Product Code: XSA
Samsung is yet to release official Jelly Bean firmware upgrade for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and 7.0 but has already released source files for Jelly bean operating system to the developers and public. This is extremely weird as Samsung normally releases these files after they have pushed OTA updates to its users. Nevertheless, these files will allow the users to tinker with the new source files until they push the OTA updates.
After Jelly bean Android 4.1 was released for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, an OTA that upgrades the Tab 2 10.1 users from ICS to Jelly bean has also been made available, thanks to Sammobile. However, to flash this OTA, you must be on the latest firmware and be on Samsung’s stock recovery. Go to Settings; check the version if it is P5113UEBLH3 or not. If not, you are on latest official firmware.
Samsung South Africa has announced that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 can now be updated to Android 4.0 ICS in SA. The company has been silent on its plans in South in rolling out updates for its tabs and phones. MTN has told us that while Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be receiving ICS update, it will not be upgraded to Jelly Bean which is Android 4.1.
We got a preview of ICS build for 10.1 way back in December. Verizon is rolling out official ICS update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The tablet was released with Honeycomb (Android 3.2), which provided amazing tablet experience. Android ICS update will only enhance it further.
Features added are:
Many users have been searching for the stock ROM for the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 as they want to return back to a fully working firmware or for warranty reasons (your warranty gets voided if you flash a custom ROM or root your Samsung Tab).
In case you are running a custom ROM, you must flash this stock firmware to make the UMS flash storage utility work on the Tab 10.1 (as that utility does not works on many custom firmwares).
Samsung does not offers USB flash drive on the Galaxy S3, atleast natively and the company gave the Galaxy Tab 10.1 same treatment. Fortunately, the Galaxy S3 UMS mode has been adapted to work with the tab 10.1. The utility is straight forward – it allows the user to mount the external SD card as USB flash storage device.
Samsung has released its new 10.1 Tablet, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 in UK. It has already been picked by Clove, Expansys and Carphone Warehouse. The 16 Wi-Fi only model is on sale for GBP 317, 300 and 315 from Clove, Expansys and Carphone Warehouse respectively.