Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 getting multi-user support with Android 4.2 update

Jacob Siegal
September 17, 2013

Galaxy Tab 3 Multiple Users
Galaxy Tab 3 Multiple Users

Both the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch and 10.1-inch tablets have been lacking multi-user support since their release, but a software update should fix this issue in the coming weeks. Android 4.2 has allowed for multiple user profiles on a variety of devices for a while, but this will be the first time these two tablets will have access to that functionality, according to SamMobile. There is no sign whether this update will bring any other features to the Samsung tablets. A screenshot of the user profiles can be seen below, although SamMobile notes that the screen is from a test build of the firmware.

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Galaxy Tab 3 Multiple Users
Galaxy Tab 3 Multiple Users


This article was originally published on BGR.com

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