Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 finally gets its Android M update


Google Now on Tap, Doze and customizable app permissions will all be available on the Galaxy Tab A soon as Samsung finally begins to roll out the much awaited Android M 6.0.1 update to the tablet. Reports from Australia earlier informed the world of this news, but we are not yet sure which other regions have started to receive the upgrade at this time. Nonetheless, we are pretty sure that wherever you are, if you own a Galaxy Tab A, you will get the update, sooner or later.


As always, it is advised that you fire up your Wi-Fi to download the huge 1.1GB package and make sure that you have enough battery before you try and install it on your Galaxy Tab A. Post the update, you should be able to see a brand new app drawer interface and your overall experience should be much smoother. Be sure to check for the update from Settings > About device > Software Update. If you have not been notified about the update by your phone or you cannot find it even after checking manually, do not worry, the update has not yet arrived on your tablet yet.


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