Sprint’s Galaxy Note 2 is the next in line to receive the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update. Read on for more details!
Samsung has begun updating both international versions of the Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100 and GT-N7105) to Android 4.3, a change that brings a slew of new features and improvements to the user experience.
The Android 4.3 update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100) may arrive as soon as this week. In fact, there’s a good chance that Samsung will kick off the rollout today.
An unofficial Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Galaxy Note 2 is already available via OmniROM. Read on for more details!
The Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update is apparently already available in Samsung service centers, although the Android device maker is yet to officially roll it out.
Samsung has now announced that its upcoming Premium Suite update will start rolling out to select Samsung devices, with the first upgrades starting today. Besides Android 4.3 and Gear support, Samsung also promises improved multi-window support, easy mode and more.
An unofficial, test Android 4.3 Jelly Bean version (N7100XXUEMJ5) for the Galaxy Note 2 has been leaked, and it’s available for download.
The Galaxy Gear is, right now, only compatible with the Note 3 and some Galaxy S4 units, but that should change over the next weeks. The Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy Mega 5.8, Galaxy Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 zoom are on the list.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is here, and boy, is it a beast! Just how well does Apple’s iPhone 5 stack up against it, though? Read on to find out!
Hello and welcome back to Android Q&A! We had a lot of great questions this week about Android 4.3 updates on Galaxy devices, 64-bit processors, battery life, and more. To see it, watch the video above or read below! Question 1 “Wait for a 64-bit processor from Android or buy a(n) Android phone with 32-bit processor? I plan to have my phone for at least 2 years.” – Balraj Answer Well here’s the problem with 64-bit. There is still so much that we don’t know about it when it comes to Android. Processor manufacturers are still building 64-bit chips, no…