by Adam Koueider, 1 week ago
The 7-inch tablet has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence even though it was publicly blasted by Steve Jobs at a certain point. The Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire have both accelerated the growth…
We have seen various leaked Galaxy Note Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean builds in the last few months, but it looks like Samsung is finally ready to rollout the official update to its first-gen phablet.
In case you happen to own the international Galaxy Note version (model number GT-N7000) then you’ll be able to update either via KIES or over-the-air (OTA). You’re looking for build JZO54K, which is most likely going to be rolled out in stages.
Sam Mobile says that the update is already available in Asia – specifically in Hong Kong and Taiwan – but you can expect your country to get it soon as well. Not to mention that you can always choose to manually update your device, by getting the appropriate firmware.
AT&T Galaxy Note owners, and everyone else that has a carrier-branded version, you may have to wait a while longer for your mobile operator to release the update. But it can’t be long now.
Have you officially upgraded to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean?