Samsung Galaxy Note 2 getting stability update, Android 4.2.2 will have to wait
Users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in the UK should check their phones, because an update has begun rolling out to their devices.
The new update brings improved stability, along with some bug fixes, so it’s not the Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 update users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have been waiting for (and which has been reportedly delayed, due to issues with new TouchWiz).
According to Sam Mobile, quoting the company, the stability update fixes battery drain, includes bug fixes and repairs some small other issues. The update will bring your device to build number JZ054K.N7100XXDME6 and is said to be available both OTA and through Samsung’s Kies software. The first users to get it are those in the UK, with the rest of the European continent to follow.
Users on the XDA developers forums are reporting downloading and installing the update, and one user has even posted a screenshot, which you can take a look at below.
The Android version remains 4.1.2 for now, but hopefully, it won’t take long before Samsung Galaxy Note 2 users get the Jelly Bean 4.2.2 bump.