With reports of the official Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update rolling out for the Galaxy Note in Germany, it seems that even the AT&T Galaxy Note is starting to get its own leaks. Thanks to XDA Developers member Korey_Nicholson and Brief Mobile, users of the AT&T Galaxy Note SGH-I717 can enjoy Android 4.0.3 ICS firmware build UCLD3.
The last leaked firmware for the AT&T Galaxy Note, known as UCLC5, was riddled with performance bugs and other non-functional features. But, luckily for Galaxy Note owners, Samsung was keen enough to fix those pesky little bugs, mostly eliminating them in the new UCLD3 update. However, Instagram was reported not to work on the Galaxy Note, but overall, UCLD3 was praised by most testers for being smooth and faster than ever before.
Read the rest of this guide to learn more about installing the leaked UCLD3 firmware on your AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note SGH-I717.
Congratulations! You have successfully updated your AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note to Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware build UCLD3.
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Does this work with other telcos in the world?
just updated mine works pretty goooood!
can you tell me does it have the S Pen suite they delayed it for and is it worth updating..
What will this do when ATT releases their OTA version? will it diable their updates forever? Also, anyone have any indication as to when ATT will release?
is this the official update from samsung? will instagram still work? also if i get an official update from AT&T and Samsung will it replace this one? Thanks for all your help!
any one knows if after ICS update:
1. NFC works?
2. is an external keyboard, connected via USB working (as a test if the USB host APIs are enabled)?
Just tried it right now seems to be pretty good. runs great and I think display looks better. running apps like time warner are now fun too
What is the difference between UCLD3 and UCLE2 ?
How come every build of ice for my phone crashes. I have i 717 no matter what load i use it vibrate locks up
Tw crashes. I keep hearing everyone runs great.
It will help if you wipe before flashing a rom unless it is an update.. If you want to go back to stock rom you just cwm restore
how can i downgrade back to gingerbread phone is crashing to much?
Did you get an answer to your question? im wanting to switch back also. i dont like the fact that it took off my CWM.
Not quite what I was expecting, the samsung voice app and others work only when they want to. I sure thats why ICS still has not been released publically.
Not noticing much of a difference with this ICS and Gingerbread. TW scrolling is simular. S-Pen does not calibrate as expected. Didnt have to cal in GB. Left-Hand Dominant set and still is off to left more than GB. No crashes. Use it daily (5 days now). Battery life is definately the same; averaging 15-18hrs with my normal use (Facebooking, Music, calls, etc.). Happy to note that GPS still works great and speaker phone hasnt lost its touch. Probably why the new S-Pen suite and Space Birds 30 levels are being added. Other than the slightly different interface (Settings, etc), No significant improvement.
i found gps taking much longer to connect. email and vlingo fc. soud choppy on ringtones and blue ant q2 app wont work. battery worse . no improvement in lag. dissappointed . flashing back
can i flash cwm on my note now that i put this ics rom in? also, if i decide to go back to stock, do i just do a factory reset? sorry for the amateur questions.
Can we get a checksum for that large fie … 902mb