Finally, the long awaited OS update for Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has released. Verizon brings out major updates once in a phase, but this potential update of 246 MB is surely going to catch eyes of Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2 users.
Some might have been expecting an Android 4.2.2 update. But though of a lower version, this update is fully beneficial and would reward your device with enhanced functionality.
Galaxy Note 2’s multi-tasking spec that lets users split the screen view into two halves while operating two different applications will be energized through this update. The multi-window view feature was present in the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2 since long, but its potency was not fully recognized until this update.
Now, this multi-window view spec would function well with Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon Kindle, Google Talk and Maps and Viewdini.
This update would improve the performance level of your Galaxy Note 2. Other features of this kit include one-finger control for sacking useless notifications, bug fixes and appropriateness for Exchange email synchronization, fixing duplicate and repetitive calendar entries after synchronization, eliminating the Zappos application, etc.
So, overall, you may find this update highly beneficial. Though, not the most recent Android version, 4.1.2 is the last build from 4.1 Android series. It allots your device some new specs alongside, upgrading your device’s OS from Android 4.1.1 to 4.1.2.
To download this 246 MB software update, you will need an active Wi-Fi connection; else, it is going to consume high data charges.
Verizon says the approximate download time is 20 minutes. So, do not wait for an update notification to hit your device. Instead, navigate to ‘About Phone’ from ‘Settings’, then to ‘Software Update’ to check if the update is available and then start downloading to experience a more powerful Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2.