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Default GT-P3113 roms?

Will the custom ROMs here work on my galaxy tab 2 7.0 (GT-P3113)???

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Yes. Actually all the p3xxx Roms work on the 3113 but the 3110 ones are most compatible.

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Yes. Actually all the p3xxx Roms work on the 3113 but the 3110 ones are most compatible.

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Thanks for the quick reply, does anyone here know how to update the GT-P3113 TO 4.2.2 official samsung build? My device wont detect the update for some strange reason...

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Thanks for the quick reply, does anyone here know how to update the GT-P3113 TO 4.2.2 official samsung build? My device wont detect the update for some strange reason...

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You can update with the Samsung update tool and the kdz.

I can't link atm but if you Google "gtab 2.7 4.2.2 kdz" it should come up pretty easily.

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You can update with the Samsung update tool and the kdz.

I can't link atm but if you Google "gtab 2.7 4.2.2 kdz" it should come up pretty easily.
Samsung? Update tool?? Kdz??? I am pretty sure you are mixing it up with LG...
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Thanks guys. I've decided to ditch the Samsung official software and go straight for the 4.3 slimbean ROM.

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