On Sunday, April 29, 2012 8:58:39 AM UTC-7, Streets Of Boston wrote:
The same happened to mine. I was hoping a firmware update by me would fix it. However, the GoogleIO version of the tablet seemed to have a different boot-loader than the standard ones.I contacted Samsung and they told me the only way to flash it with a proper firmware and fix it was to send it in to get it fixed.I did and within a week I had mine back fixed, for free. Mine was still in its warranty. The warranty is for one year, if i'm not mistaken. This means that yours can be fixed for free as well.Register your tablet at www.samsung.com and go from there to get it fixed.
Thanks. I'm hoping for the same turnaround. I'm cutting it close for AnDevCon. Doing presentations with a laptop is so last decade.--
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