Samsung rolling out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note II
| by Aaron Almeida |
Samsung recently started rolling out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the Galaxy Note II. According to a post by SamMobile, this update for the Galaxy Note II is dished out in phases and the first country that is receiving the update is Poland. The JZO54K update for the Galaxy Note II includes improvements and features that let you better customise the notification panel. The update brings additions to notification toggles, lets you customise the notification panel and disable the brightness slider in the panel.
With Android 4.1.2, the browser is smoother than before, the status bar colour has been changed from grey to black, there's a new input method on the Samsung keyboard, and the lock screen has a new ink effect. Among other additions, you get a new group cast application along with the ability to disable Multi-View
Galaxy Note II starts getting Android 4.1.2 update
Read our review of the Galaxy Note II here.
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