XDA brings voice calls to the 3G-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

XDA brings voice calls to 3Genabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 101

While 3G Galaxy Note 10.1 owners use their Bluetooth-enabled S-Pen to make calls on their tablet, those with the equivalent Galaxy Tab are left out in the rain. Fortunately, the folks over at XDA Developers have leveled the playing field with four roms that bestow call-making powers on 3G variants of that particular slate. Three ICS and one Jelly Bean builds exist, with the only fault that sometimes you’ll have to switch to 2G to get calls working properly. If you’re really interested in stretching the definition of “phabletbeyond breaking point, head on down to the source links for more information.

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