Samsung is taking another stab at rolling out the Android 3.2 Honeycomb update for the WiFi-only version of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The device had received an update early last week, which brought a host of problems for users and was quickly pulled. Hopefully this time around, the update should go smoothly and it's set to roll out over-the-air starting today.
The update that was sent out last week hit several snags and didn't take long for many users to start reporting issues. For some the update wasn't completing while for others the WiFi connection kept dropping regardless of whether the update completed. There were also reports of Bluetooth and auto rotate problems after users attempted to update.
The problems should be fixed with this second 3.2 update, which will also be sent OTA starting shortly. But, users can also manually update on a computer via Samsung Kies. This method will come in handy for those that have lost WiFi connectivity from the first update. For details on the process, check out this post at Android Community.