Android 4.3 update for Galaxy Note 2 in service centers
Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Samsung Galaxy S4 are finally getting the long-awaited Android 4.3 update starting this month.
The rollout actually has already began for the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 in different markets, so Note 2 is next to go though it was announced that that Samsung already have access to that update since, according to inside information, a user from India somehow got a Galaxy Note 2 updated with Jelly Bean from the local Samsung service centre. This customer’s device was clearly updated to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean after visiting the Samsung Center in India; however the tweet that included the evidence screenshots figuratively received an RKO out of nowhere and have been instantly removed for unknown reasons .Despite the ‘Sorry, that page doesn’t exist! Notification, some sources were able to save most of the screenshots, they’ll continue to leak all over the network and according to the publication, the new Galaxy Note 2 firmware is having an October 31 build date. The revealed update with a build number N7100XXUEMJ9 is rolling to devices via OTA.
The changelog for Android 4.3 for Galaxy Note 2 will most likely include enhancements in both S Pen along with some multi-window functionality along with – probably- exclusive for the Galaxy Note 3 features like Air Command, but hasn’t been confirmed yet. For those unfamiliar with the changes that will come to Samsung Galaxy Note 2 via the Jelly Bean, here is a listsome of the most important new features and improvements confirmed so far, to arrive in this major update: Easier text input, updated graphics and multimedia; Samsung Galaxy Gear support;Updates to Samsung features and applications; Samsung KNOX; Smart Switch to seamlessly transfer content from other smartphones to Samsung devices; HomeSync to store, share and enjoy content securely while on the go; and Group Play 2.5 with shared video support.
Source: Android Authority