AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note owners are in the process of getting a special treat from their wireless carrier: Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
Samsung has released the source code for their Galaxy Note GT-N7000 smartphone.
Guess what? It's finally here. Samsung Galaxy Note owners have been watching their 2011 brethern, Galaxy S2 owners, slowly get their fill of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and now it looks like they can finally join in on the fun. Reports indicate that the Galaxy Note international model GT-N7000 is receiving Android 4.1.2.
As the months seem to drag on, Samsung Galaxy Note owners are still left wondering when they will get their first taste of Jelly Bean, and as February passes its midpoint, there's still no indication that Android 4.1 is getting pushed out. The closest release date we know of, it seems, should be in March, and in Ukraine.
There's some more bittersweet news for Samsung Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note owners here in the United States. Samsung Ukraine has announced the official rollout dates for Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note, and it brings up the question, when will U.S. owners get their update?
Two of Samsung's older, yet still-popular devices, the Galaxy S2 and the Galaxy Note, are currently slated to get their Jelly Bean fill over the course of the coming weeks. For owners of those handsets who are simply tired of waiting, they can go ahead and grab Android 4.1.2 firmwares manually. Be warned though - you do so at your own risk.
After what seems like an eternity, dotted with false hopes, Galaxy Note owners should begin seeing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean roll out soon. Samsung UK has now updated their online support manual to include Jelly Bean features, meaning it can't be too far off.
There's good news all around for owners of some of Samsung's older handsets. Both the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2 have started receiving their Android Jelly Bean updates in certain regions around the world, and now it seems we have a definitive date for those on Canada's Telus network.
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It seems that the original Galaxy Note smartphone's Jelly Bean update is just around the corner and the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet has already started receiving Android 4.1.2 here in the United States.
International Galaxy Note owners can now download Jelly Bean via KIES, according to a new report.
Samsung has officially put up webpages with details about upcoming Jelly Bean updates for the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note.
Jelly Bean for both the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy Note should be arriving in January 2013.