By Bams Sadewo September 8, 2012 17 44 52 17 Good news for Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Galaxy Note 10.1 owners who have cravings for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The folks at Sam Mobile have gotten a hold of the pre-release OTA update of the buttery smooth OS for the two tablets.Advertisement To be more precise, the leaked OTA files are for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 (GT-P3100) and the Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N8000). You can find download links of the leaked Jelly Bean firmware for the two slates, as well as the instructions, on Sam Mobile’s website below. The instructiuns don’t really involve any complicated steps, but you do need to make sure that your tablet has the specific firmware base (N8000DDALH1 for the Tab 2 7.0 and P3100DDBLH3 for the Note 10.1) beforehand. Then it’s only a matter of using ODIN to flash Jelly Bean. Make sure you back up all important files, documents, and apps if you do decide to test out the leaked Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean (JRO03C) firmware. But be warned that this is a pre-release version, so there’s a possibility that you’ll come across some unwanted bugs. As always, proceed at your own risk. 17 44 52 previous postAmazon slashes Verizon Galaxy S3 price to $139.99next postCould Apple be doing a simultaneous launch of the iPhone 5 internationally?