My galaxy tab 2 has samsung hub. When I open the app it says that the page I am looking for has eithet been removed or is down. It has been like this for over a week. Any ideas or can I just remove the app itself. I have already done a force stop and cleared the cache
I recommend performing a factory data reset on your Galaxy Tab 2. You can do this by following these steps: Settings → Back up and reset → Factory data reset → Reset device → Erase everything.
Performing a factory data reset will erase all data from your device. I advise that you back up your data on Samsung KIES. Please see the link below to find all of the information and tutorials on Samsung KIES:
This could either be an issue with the battery its self or the charger. I'd recommend taking the device to your local Samsung service centre to have the device looked at by one of our engineers. You can find your local service centre using the link below.
The SIM card for a SM-T310 is a micro-sim. Hope this helps.
answered 3 months, 4 weeks ago
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Why by inserting sim card into GT-P5100 the WiFi and GPS wont work?
After I insert sim card into my device (Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1/ GT-P5100) it doesnt recognize any wireless network around and its GPS doesnt work. I have tried many times by turning off the device and other ways but it still has the problem. Worse than that is that I have to "Reset to Factory Settings" to make everything work again.
How long has this been happening? have you tried holding down the power button longer than you normally would? It may be beneficial for you to contact our Tech Support team on 0330 7267864 so you can speak to someone who will go through some diagnostics and troubleshooting questions with you.
Hope this helps.
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Is there any software/firmware updates available for my Galaxt 10.1 (GT-P5100P)
This will depend what network your tablet is on. You can check for firmware updates available for your device through our Kies program which you can download from our website, or from the link provided:
Is there a minimum mbps required to connect wi-fi?
I've tried to connect two Tab 2's to the same wi-fi network and can't get either to connect, but can get at least one of them to connect to a different wi-fi network. The mbps per second on the network that I can't connect to shows 56mpbs on the Tab 2 and gets the message 'Network not available. Can't connect to network.'. I've talked to Verizon and they're sending a replacement for one of the tablets, but I'm not sure that's going to correct the problem.