Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update

Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 N7100XXUEMJ5 Android 4.3 Leak Firmware

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100) has got another leak firmware that brings the device to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The firmware build number N7100XXUEMJ5 has obtained by Samsung firmware-leaker (Sammobile). However, this is just another Android 4.3 test firmware as we have seen beginning in the month of October. This clearly showed enough that the official and final Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy Note 2 will arrived very soon, either beginning next month to end of December. Since the Galaxy S4 already have the 4.3 update, now the Galaxy note 2 could be next on the row.

The firmware build N7100XXUEMJ5 has pointed-out to Southeast Asia Galaxy Note 2 devices as we based according to the default CSC (country specific code). The stock firmware of N7100XXUEMJ5 Android 4.3 Leak Firmware comes in a hefty size of 1,910 MB, and it is now available for download but of-course this is for advanced users or beta-testers only.


Sneak Peek of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 Android 4.3 Update

The Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.3 also brings some newly designed user interface, including some application widgets. Some new features have seen are those already found on Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 4.3 update, including KNOX security apps and Google wallet. It also now supports the new Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch functionality, which is considerably makes-up the Galaxy Note 2 into a new twirl. You should buy Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch to enjoy this new added feature when the official Android 4.3 arrives.

Those who might want to the plunge and wanna try this new 4.3 N7100XXUEMJ5 leak firmware, you may just hit the source link below and follow some simple instructions. Again, this is not an official firmware released by Samsung, there some risk involved using a leak firmware. Leak firmwares are known as incomplete build and some bugs may still present here and there. Make sure to make a careful research first before any attempt that might or might not harm your device.

Source: Sammobile

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