The Galaxy Note Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update is rolling out to the international model (GT-N7000) over-the-air or via KIES in various countries.
It was only a week ago that we saw Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s price cut to just $140 and now Amazon Wireless has lowered the bar even further.
The roster of devices that have been graced with CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies keeps growing. The latest additions include the Galaxy Note on AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as the Galaxy S2 Skyrocket.
Another day, another report emphasizing Samsung’s almost complete control over the Android market. Or, in this particular case, two reports already. And it’s not even dawn on the West Coast yet.
Have you ever wondered how the S Pen works with your Galaxy Note device, or how it is powered? Prepare for knowledge, because we’re about to break it down for you.
Samsung Ukraine has announced launch dates for Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean for a few devices including the Galaxy S2, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Ace 2.
While there is no official statement as to when the first Galaxy Note will get its own update, owners of this popular phablet can expect a forthcoming rollout as hinted by the recently released Jelly Bean manual.
According to the latest software updates schedule that Telus has posted online, the HTC One S, the Samsung Galaxy S2 X 4G and the Galaxy Note will all get upgraded to Jelly Bean soon.
With Galaxy Note 8.0’s official intro looming and with an MWC showing next month almost a certainty, it was obvious we had to keep our eyes peeled for new info. Which we did, although to be honest we weren’t expecting a pic to be spilled so fast.
For the umpteenth time, Rogers has delayed rolling out the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for some of its devices. How long will customers have to wait?