Originally Posted by ScandaLeX
Mine did the same thing when I first got it. Had it powered on long enough to check the version number. Then I got an update. As soon as it finished it powered off and restarted. At that time I immediately factory reset.
From the things you've posted since you've gotten your tablet it appears that you may want to do a back up and perform a FR. Seems you have strange things going on while I'm sitting here and mine flies--no matter what I throw at it.
Out of curiosity, are you having buyers remorse?
Oh no I have a lot of things I buy and try out I even have a Kindal Fire along with an iPad2. The Samsung Tab2 is a very nice sized tablet that can use many programs that I can't get installed on the Kindal Fire or iPad2, I sure don't regret buying the Tab2.