Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update

Upgrade Galaxy Note 2 N7100/N7105 to Official 4.3 Update

The official Android 4.3 upgrade for both Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100) and the LTE version (GT-N7105) has finally arrived.  As we have not expected, it turns out that the leaked N7100XXUEMK4 we reported earlier is the same firmware build version that has  now become official. This update is currently hitting India’s Galaxy Note 2 N7100 users while the Galaxy Note 2 LTE N7105 users in Nordic countries, only those select countries are much likely lucky enough to taste the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean upgrade and it seems like other countries may still have to wait for a while until this 4.3 update reaches in your areas.

The official 4.3 update is much stable and less of any bugs and whatsoever, according to some Indian folks who already received the official 4.3 update.  It also comes with the 4.3 newest features, including Samsung Galaxy Gear Support and KNOX security apps, new Samsung Keyboard, Lockscreen widgets, some enhancements on display,camera, UI, gallery and more.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update

Here are the firmware build details:
Model: GT-N7100
Country: India
Version: Android 4.3
Product Code: INU
Build date: 10 Nov 2013

Model: GT-N7105
Country: Nordic countries
Version: Android 4.3
Product Code: NEE
Build date: 13 Nov 2013

So again, those who owns a Galaxy Note 2 should keep an eye of this 4.3 update.  This will be delivered via over the air (OTA) just head-over to your Galaxy Note 2 Settings>>About device>> Check for Software Update,  and or using Samsung Kies which all you need is install the latest Kies in your computer, run the program then hook-up your Galaxy Note 2 and then simply perform the update if it sees that the update is available.

One more thing, the 4.3 update now includes the Samsung KNOX security suite.  This application is equipped with KNOX warranty void flag security counter which can be tripped during customization, like rooting, installing custom recovery, ROMs and kernels. So you should avoid compromising the KNOX security counter if you do care of your Galaxy Note 2 service warranty if something went wrong.


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