US-based owners of two of Samsung’s tablets — Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 — have started getting their servings of Jelly Bean. Aside from the latest version of Android, the update also brings several Samsung-specific goodies, updating pre-installed software and fixing some of the known bugs.
Yup, you should hit the “Update” button the second your tablet informs you that the new software is available for download. If that still hasn’t happened, you can perform a manual check from “Settings” -> “About tablet,” or connect your tablet to a PC and fire-up the Kies software.
Again, Jelly Bean brings a number of improvements to the system including Project Butter enhancements, Google Now, fancier notifications, and more.