We can say that Samsung smartphones are eminent among the world but here we’ll talk about the Samsung Galaxy Tab. If you have a desire to Install Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich then you are on right place because here I am going to present you a fine tutorial and the credit goes to RedmondPie for this tutorial so, below you be able to see all the easy to understand steps…
Step 1: Download the latest build of Ice Cream Sandwich for original Galaxy Tab from this thread and then transfer the .zip file to the root directory of your Galaxy Tab.
Step 2: now you need to turn off your Galaxy Tab. Boot into ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery Mode by holding a specific key combination.
Step 3:This can be found by performing a simple search on your favorite engine.
Step 4: Format /system, /data and /cache from mounts and storage under main menu of CWM.
Step 5: Wipe data / factory reset from main menu.
Step 6: Then go back to main menu and choose the .zip file you transferred in step 2 from install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard. Ice Cream Sandwich will now be flashed to your Galaxy Tab.
Step 7: in the end you just need to reboot device from main menu.
If you followed the steps properly, your Galaxy Tab will boot into an alpha build of Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich. Have fun! If you have any issues or queries, visit the original thread on XDA.
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