In case you happen to own an AT&T Galaxy Note 2 then we have some good news for you coming straight from your favorite – or not so favorite but you’re stuck with it anyway – carrier.
The new firmware brings the Multi-Window feature, which allows true multitasking, as well as bug fixes and other improvements.
One of the coolest features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, multi-window, still isn’t available with some carriers. T-Mobile users will be the next to get the feature, with a software update arriving Wednesday, December 19th.
Well, what do you know, folks, Samsung can actually deliver on its promises on time every now and then. Thus, after the Android 4.1 updating for the Galaxy S3 took much longer than expected (or is still yet to go live in some cases), the bump to the next software level might just go according to plan.
Verizon has just started selling its own Galaxy Note 2 version, and it looks like consumers are already asking Samsung questions about the future of the device, particularly about the multi-window feature.
Did your Galaxy S3 receive its proper Jelly Bean update already? If it didn’t then you may want to check yet another leaked Jelly Bean build for Samsung’s flagship device.
Just over a month ago, Samsung released the Galaxy Note 2 with a very unique feature that made great use of the device’s huge screen and allowed users to multitask much easier. This feature is called multi-window mode and the latest rumor says that the Galaxy S3 might be getting it as well, in addition to the original Galaxy Note. Keep in mind that this is the second time we hear this specific rumor.
Although Samsung is still a long way from completing the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S3 around the world, those of you that have gotten a taste of JB might be already thinking about what’s next.
One of the niftiest features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is its ability to run two apps side-by-side at the same time. While not everyone has been lucky enough to see the feature on their device from the get go, a firmware update has been pushed out by Samsung to enable it. For those who are wondering just which apps support the multi-window feature, here’s a list that members of XDA-Developers have compiled.
A few days ago we told you that NTT DoCoMo will offer its subscribers in Japan two new Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S3 Alpha, with the latter being an updated version of the regular Galaxy S3.