Last month we had a full list of Samsung devices that will receive Android 4.0 ICS updates and now they’re being delivered, apparently. Among the updated models we find the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and most recently the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. So, if you own a Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus WiFi unit and you live in the UK you will be able to update your slate.
You can rely on Samsung Kies or OTA to perform the update. You just need to make sure the WiFi is on for the OTA update and if you’re into flashing, you need to go to www.samfirmware.com and downloaded the needed software, depending on the country you live in. Keep in mind that the new firmware is specially created for the United Kingdom and it includes Android 4.0.4. Its build date is June 25th and the next tablets scheduled to receive the update are the 3G version of the Tab 7.0 Plus, Tab 7.7 WiFi and 3G, the Tab 8.9 and Tab 10.1, in both WiFi and 3G versions.
You could use CyanogenMod 9 if you don’t like to wait, since that will bring Android 4.0 to your Samsung tablets, but people are complaining about non functional cameras for example, so maybe it’s better to wait for the official software. Just so you know, CyanogenMod 10 with Jelly Bean is also in the works.