Samsung started rolling out a major software update for Galaxy Tab 10.1 users earlier this month. The new software adds Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface, a series of mini-apps including a calculator, note-taking app, and world clock, and large home-screen widgets for viewing photos, social network updates, and other information.

But Samsung has temporarily stopped pushing the new software to tablet owners. The company hasn’t explained what prompted the interruption, but a Samsung representative says the goal is to “ensure it’s a positive user experience for customers.”

Some folks that had received the update reported that they had problems installing the update, leaving their tablets in a partially unusable state. It’s possible that Samsung is working on a solution to this or other problems before resuming the software rollout.

via Android Police

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