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The original AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-I717 is now receiving the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update officially that you can grab through OTA or Samsung KIES, this AT&T Galaxy Note contains build number JZO54K and firmware version I717UCMD3.
Jelly Bean update for AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-I717 brings tons of new features to make your life easy, I can notice that most of them are ported from Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 such as multi-window feature, new widgets and more. However AT&T Galaxy Note Jelly Bean update bumps very smooth performance and stability, page buddy app, customization options for notification panel, smart rotation, gesture-based keyboard, and many more.
As I said above that you can update your AT&T Galaxy Note using Samsung KIES or OTA, but if you’re not able to update your phablet with them, simply download and install it manually using Odin.
The Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 has just received the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update that comes with handy features we can expect such as a new Nature UX interface, multi-window that even can be disabled, smooth performance, great stability, page buddy, Google Now, Samsung cloud services, Direct Call, Smart Stay, Pop-up Play, gesture-based like keyboard, smart rotation, custom notification panel, Galaxy S3 widgets and more.
However the Android 4.1.2 Jelly bean update for Galaxy Note is not available in all countries yet but if you can’t wait or can’t install update through OTA and KIES due to any reason, simply download and install Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware for Galaxy Note manually.
This guide shows you how to install official Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean N7000ZSLM5 firmware on Galaxy Note manually.
At long last the original phablet – Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 is now receiving the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update officially, the Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Note has just been released through OTA (over the air) and Samsung KIES.
As you can expect the Galaxy Note Jelly Bean update brings a decent box of features, the premium suite as Samsung mentioned. Samsung has replaced the old Ice Cream Sandwich UI with the new Nature UX UI that is same you can find over Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy S3 mini while the update contains a lot of features from the current-generation phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 2 such as multi-window that even can be disabled.
Performance is as smooth as butter, stability has also been improved, the Android 4.1.2 update for Galaxy Note bumps page buddy, Google Now, Samsung cloud services, Direct Call, Smart Stay, Pop-up Play, gesture-based like keyboard, smart rotation (screen display adjusts to your angle of sightings) and more. Samsung has added a new notification bar even shown new additions in notification panel, you can customize the notification panel. You have 2 home screen modes now and widgets are ported from the Samsung Galaxy S3.
In recent times Samsung confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note will receive the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and premium suite update by posting Galaxy Note Jelly Bean screenshots officially and now the update release date seems a bit closer as we have another evidence, Samsung UK is the first service who has posted manual Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean online for the Samsung Galaxy Note.
The CES 2013 brought 5-inch waterproof Sony flagship smartphone – Sony Xperia Z, the phone doesn’t only feature a stylish design but also a stylish home launcher as you can see the above screenshot and if you’ve a Samsung smartphone and want to get your hands on Xperia Z home launcher, here you can do so. A recognized XDA themer has just ported the Xperia Z home launcher to many Samsung smartphones, it’s currently available for Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 2 even it has been tested on Galaxy Nexus too.
Not a while Samsung updated their official Galaxy Note page to confirm premium suite and Jelly Bean update that even brought the multi-window feature that lets you to use two apps at time on the same screen, the phablet has already received a leaked Jelly Bean update but now it’s official, so many reports are showing that Samsung is finally pushing Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note officially but is it true?
Android Geeks reported that a reader Novak in Poland said that Samsung is now rolling out the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Note though Samsung KIES but on the other hand many Galaxy Note owners from Poland reporting that the update is still not available. Of course so many people are waiting for the update but when it will happen? Samsung said on their official page that they’ll roll out it in the second quarter.
Not a while ago Samsung confirmed that the original Samsung Galaxy Note would receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update before the end of this year and Samsung is now bit true on words, Samsung has just confirmed that Galaxy Note will get Jelly Bean update soon even with many other goodies such as premium suite and multi-window feature.
Multi-window feature enables you to use two apps at a time on the screen and premium suite comes with many new features too such as popup note, photo note, easy clip, paper artist app, handwriting on S-Pen, etc while Jelly Bean itself offers a lot of useful features such as Google Now app, expandable notification bar, improved camera app, keyboard with offline voice support and more.
When Galaxy Note will receive the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update? There’s no official word, however it has received leaked Android 4.2 updates that suggest us that Samsung will update Galaxy Note with Android 4.1 soon in near future but if you can’t wait or even itching to get your hands on Android 4.2, look no further, try Android 4.2 Jelly Bean based CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM.
CyanogenMod is known for customizable interface and CyanogenMod team has just released the CyanogenMod 10.1 nightly build for the Note, for unfamiliar, nightly builds are those that develop a new build on daily bases automatically to bring new improvements and changes but do keep in mind that they may also bring bugs.
Samsung Galaxy Note has just received a leaked N7000XXLS2 firmware that is based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. But most of you know well that all OTA firmware void the root access on your Android devices and for those of you have just upgraded their Galaxy Note to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean via N7000XXLS2 firmware and now looking for root to give full control on the phone, here’s a step by step guide.
Not a while ago Samsung confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note will receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update soon might be at the end of this year, now it seems that we’re just a few days from the update release date because an Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean based firmware has just been leaked for the Galaxy Note N7000 containing firmware version “N7000XXLS2”.
This new firmware contains many useful features of Galaxy Note 2 such as the S-Pen, gallery app, lock screen, and more. However since this is not an official firmware, it may contains a few bugs. But if you can’t wait for the official release, read on how to install Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean N7000XXLS2 firmware on Galaxy Note.
Samsung already has announced that the Samsung Galaxy S2 and Samsung Galaxy S3 will receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update soon, the Samsung Galaxy S3 already has received the Jelly Bean update but the Samsung Galaxy S2 users are still waiting but here’s the date when their wait will over, Samsung has just confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S2 will receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update through OTA next month, the Sweden would be first lucky country where Samsung will release the Jelly Bean for Galaxy S2 first.
We also got good news for Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, both Note will receive the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean soon, Samsung said that they’ll release the Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1 before the end of this year, that’s great.
Samsung Galaxy Note was came with a special SPEN SDK and SDK is designed for the SPED to make new features and apps for just Galaxy Note, with the passage of time, the Korean company updates this SDK SPEN with numerous bug fixes and changes, yesterday Samsung updated the SPEN to the version 2.2 that brings so many new features and fix bugs of SPEN 2.1.
There are three devices for the SPEN 2.2, the Samsung Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, hopefully we’ll see more devices for it as we’re listing rumors about the smaller version of Galaxy Note that will be a competitor of Nexus 7 and iPad Mini.