GALAXY Tab 2 (10.1) brings the tablet experience to you and your family, inspiring everyone to relax and have fun together. Sharing multimedia has never been easier or more enjoyable, especially in the comforts of your own home. Sprawl on the couch with a new interactive game, read e-books to your children or watch smart TV together in the den __ you’ll love the freedom to share. Whether you want to communicate by ChatON messaging, multi-people video call via Hangouts, all the options are right here. Robust dual core processor supports the latest Android 4.0 platform (Ice Cream Sandwich) with evolved UI and innovative ICS features. Slim, fast and irresistibly outfitted with full Google Mobile apps and services like YouTube and Google Search that you and your loved ones can’t live without __ especially on a device as family-friendly as GALAXY Tab 2 (10.1).
Can you tell me how I can connect my Tab 2 P5110 to a TV via HDMI, or any other type of connection. I can see there are connectors available for Tab 1, but I can't find anything suitable for the later model.
Jellybean is in process of being rolled out and we cannot advise on a more specific time frames for availability of the update. Please try connecting your device to Samsung Kies software to check for updates: http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/u...
Can you please advise where you are attempting to download movies from?
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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How to get my tab 2 10.1 again working?!
I can't change nothing on my tab! When I start reset my tab nothing is happen. My tab is hanging, that's mean that I can use the Internet without a problem but I can't make any changes to my tab! When I try to change the time the tab switch off by them self. When I try to install a up the tab switch off, when I try to change my wallpaper the tab switch off. When I try to reset it nothing happen! What can I do? My tab is like frozen but I can still use all application just I can't change them!
Please contact our Mobile Support team on 0330 7267864 to allow us to take some further details from you.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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i have a samsung s3 smart phone. can i send messages to my samsung galaxy tab2.
i have a smart andriod phone and i receive messages for my business . can i then send them on to a work college that has the samsung galaxy tab 2.. THE IPAD has a celullar option (which you pay for)does the tablet have the same thing??
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:
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 5 months ago
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I have a samsung galaxy tab 10.1 18 months old and the battery doesnt hold a charge. I think it needs a new battery is this possible?
Where do I get the battery from and how much are they? It would be appreciated if someone can get me an answer many thanks mike
It is possible to get replacement batteries. You would need to visit your local Samsung repair centre to get a quote http://www.samsung.com/uk/storelocator#
answered 4 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.
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.