According to SamMobile Samsung have started to roll out the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update to Galaxy Note 2 users around the world, with Poland getting the update first, other country’s will unfortunately will have to wait until an unknown date.

Within the new update you will receive various new features such as an updated Notification Toggles and Notifications Panel.

Within the Panel you will now be able to disable both the brightness slider and Multi-View.

Also included in the update is a colour change of the Status Bar from black to grey and you can now type by dragging your fingers across the keyboard much like what Android 4.2 users can now do. There’s also a new ink effect on the lockscreen alongside a new Group cast application.

Not much if I’m honest, but at least it’s there’s an update whilst you wait for Android 4.2 to hit the smartphone.

Source: SamMobile

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