Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE One UI 5.1 update goes live now

Galaxy Tab S7 FE One UI 5.1 update

The Galaxy Tab S7 FE has finally received a much-awaited software update that brings the highly anticipated One UI 5.1 software update for the tablet. This update is based on Android 13 and has already been rolled out to the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ in several markets across Europe and other regions.

With this new software update, Galaxy Tab S7 FE users can expect a range of new features and enhancements, including improvements to the user interface, better performance, and smoother animations. The One UI 5.1 update is also expected to bring additional customization options, as well as improvements to the device’s overall security and privacy features.

The release of this update for the Galaxy Tab S7 FE is great news for Samsung tablet users who have been eagerly waiting for the latest software update to arrive on their devices. This update is likely to make the tablet more efficient, user-friendly, and enjoyable to use.

What’s new in One UI 5.1 for Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Despite the arrival of the One UI 5.1 software, the update for the Galaxy Tab S7 FE still contains the February 2023 security patch, which addresses 48 security vulnerabilities. The firmware version T735XXU2CWC5/T735ODM2CWC5/T735XXU2CWC5 is required for the update, which is quite large, weighing in at 1190.75 MB.

In addition to bolstering the tablet’s security and stability, the February update for the Galaxy Tab S7 FE introduces updated versions of several applications. These include Global Goals, Samsung Kids, PENUP, Samsung Internet, SmartThings, Galaxy Store, Samsung Flow, Samsung Members, Calculator, and Voice Recorder. Users can enjoy an improved experience with these apps and their updated features. As per Samsung, this update also brings improvements to both the overall stability and security of your device.

To update the Galaxy Tab S7 FE with One UI 5.1 update, follow these steps:

  • Open the Settings app on the tablet
  • Scroll down and select “Software update”
  • Tap on “Download and install”
  • Wait for the device to check for updates
  • If the update is available, tap “Install now”
  • Wait for the update to download and install
  • The tablet will restart after the installation is complete

Alternatively, if the update is not available in your market, you can manually download the firmware file from Samsung’s firmware database and flash it using the Odin tool on a Windows PC. However, this process requires technical knowledge and is recommended for advanced users only.

Source: Twitter

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