yetty alhaja, 05 Feb 2013have forgot my username and password so am unable to use it.enter to recovery mode then factory reset/wipe data... turn off your unit. hold turn on and volume control at the same time
Sunny , 03 Feb 2013I wanna Update My tab, Will any ,Buddy Please tell me please , whether it Good to Update it or... moreHi there. It really depends on what type of custom ROM you'll use. Currently I'm using cyanogen 10 (jb 4.1.2) and so far its OK for me. You can search on youtube "vio tutorials" to learn more about how to flash cyanogen 10 on your p1000. Good luck!
I wanna Update My tab, Will any ,Buddy Please tell me please , whether it Good to Update it or not, coz i heard from a Friend he had updated his Phone, later It was Get hanged, so, i give up this Idea.
hakam, 28 Jan 2013How i can remove the batteryyou can not remove the battery without voiding your warrenty and probably breaking your tablet in the process
ferdie bernal, 29 Jan 2013how come i cannot charge the phone on a usb anymore since i updated with samsung kies? i used ... moredont charge by usb. simple as that. Not many (if any) tablets can charged via USB these days because the the high capacity batterys they use need a stronger current (amp-age) than what a USB socket can provide. Charging your tablet via a mains adaptor will solve this issue.
how come i cannot charge the phone on a usb anymore since i updated with samsung kies? i used to charge through a usb device or in my car while driving even when the phone is on. pls tell me what to do...thanks.
Ngocsuong, 16 Jan 2013My phone has already set up 3G. But I can't make a video call , why ?Video calling is only allowed over WiFi
I really love my Samsung tab P1000. The one feature I do not use often is the camera. This is due to the time it takes to snap a picture. About 30 seconds which is way too long for me. Especially being a journalist student in active training(sent on assignment) where time is important and nothing waits or stands still for more than a few seconds most times five seconds. Thats my only disappointment with the samsung Tab P1000.
bb, 20 Jan 2013the battery of sg p1000 is non-removable battery. so i could i change coz it easily drain the ... moreBattery is non removable. Just send it to samsung service center and they'll replace it for you in 3days. It cost me around $30 when I had mine replaced last november.
hmua, 17 Jan 2013Does any one know about when jelly bean is being launched for tab p1000 i am loving my tab wou... moreSamsung stopped updating this device after the gingerbread update. However, there are lots of custom ROM you can find for this device that you may consider to try.
Bee, 28 Dec 2012This tab work fine, but I still have problem with version 2.3.3. this tab should be at least I... moreCheck xda developers site for in depth understanding on installing custom ROM. By any chance you brick you device, you can still unbrick it using Odin. I've used a lot of custom ROMs on this device. Right now im using cyanogen10, no problems or whatsoever.
I have this this amazing device. First got it running on froyo, then I upgraded it to stock GB, then I tried upgrading to ICS cm9 rc1 and finally upgraded it to cm10 JB 4.2.1. Every upgades I did ran very well. Currently on Cm10 with full satisfaction. Great tablet overall.
the battery of sg p1000 is non-removable battery. so i could i change coz it easily drain the battery??
can we change it? or repair to change the battery?
upgradable to jelly bean via cyanogen and it works well. =) also installed ipad gestures, it works fine and smooth..
DON, 17 Jan 2013a little HELP guys, im planning to buy a samsung tab, which would be better P1000 or P6200? ca... moreits based on what you are looking for in your device... if your looking for a mobile phone in one then the P1000 is for you... If you only want the tablet features and really into gadgets then get the other
P.S i owned a GTP1000 for 8mths