Samsung is yet to update some of its former flagship devices to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, but the leaked Jelly Bean versions keep on coming.
Today we’re looking at build N7000XXLSA that’s available to download and install on the first generation Galaxy Note phablet, model number GT-N7000. We’re actually not surprised to see another Jelly Bean firmware get leaked for the device, as we said it more than once that this must be Samsung’s way of testing the Jelly Bean versions it’s currently working on.
According to Sam Mobile’s insiders, “the Galaxy Note still requires a lot of work,” until the Jelly Bean update can be released, so we certainly expect more test versions to roll out.
The same insiders revealed that the Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update is “almost ready,” but we don’t have any launch windows for Samsung’s 2011 flagship smartphone yet.
While we certainly won’t encourage you to install unofficial software on your Android device, you’re definitely free to do whatever you want with/to your Galaxy Note. In case you do install N7000XXLSA (details available at the Source link below), let us know how it all worked out for you!
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