Roll up your sleeves and get ready for some tweaking on your Galaxy Note. If your Galaxy Note N700 has not received some update loving for some time, you might want to load it up with the latest Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread firmware version XXLA3.
This firmware version may not be as exciting as Ice Cream Sandwich, but it’s not such a horrible idea to update to this version if your Galaxy Note N700′s firmware has not been updated for a while. You might want to try this Gingerbread update first before you head for Ice Cream Sandwich for your Galaxy Note.
This firmware update is “official” from Samsung, which should assure you that everything is perfectly working. However, the instructions in this guide will require you to manually install the update to your Galaxy Note.
Since this is an official update, it will not require you to root your device, which means that you will not lose the warranty of your phone. But, if you have already rooted your device, you can claim back warranty if you apply this firmware update because the rooting access will be revoked.
This firmware update will reportedly improve the touch response on your Galaxy Note, as well as provide other performance enhancements that make the user experience smoother and more fluid.
NOTE: Use this guide at your own risk. We shall not be held liable for any damage that arises from your use of the information in this guide.
Congratulations! You have successfully updated your Galaxy Note N700 to Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread build XXLA3.
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