Samsung is very fast in delivering the latest firmware update to a host of its devices. No other manufacturer of Android phones has been able to cater to its users’ appetite for Jelly Bean so promptly and widely as Samsung. It has been just a week when the manufacturer pushed the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Firmware update to its best-seller Galaxy S3. And now Android 4.1.2 has hit the Galaxy Note 2, bringing new improvements, smoother performance and some cool features that are sure to captivate you.
The Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update is currently available for the users of Poland, but it will be rolled out to other countries/regions/carriers very soon in various phases. Since the current update with PDA version N7100XXDLK7 and build number JZO54K is an unbranded firmware it can be flashed on the international version of Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100. Those who have a Carrier branded device will be getting the update in coming days.
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Android Version: 4.1.2
Another Android 4.1.2 JB Firmware for Galaxy Note 2 4G GT N7105:
There is yet another firmware update for the Galaxy Note 2 4G GT N7105. It is also an unbranded firmware that can be flashed on any Galaxy Note 2 4G N7105. Here are its details:
Date: December 04
Regions: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom
Features of Android 4.1.2 Update for Note 2:
- New Toggles Addition in Notification Panel
- Edit the Toggles in Notification Panel
- Brightness Slider in Notification Panel can now be Disabled
- Multi-View can now be disabled
- Browser becomes smoother
- Status Bar color turns to black from grey
- Swype Input in Samsung Keyboard
- New Ink Effect on Lockscreen
- New Group Cast Application
- Many others…
As we said earlier, the release date and time for the 4.1.2 firmware update for the Note 2 might vary as it will be available via OTA and Kies to all users in phases, depending on country/region and carrier. Therefore, it is advised that to keep a close eye on Samsung Kies update. You can also check for the latest firmware update on your Note 2 from Settings> About> Software update.