Interestingly, this is the first taste of Jelly Bean for the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets sold in the US, so if you have one you’re lucky to have gotten 4.1.2 from the beginning. It’s unclear if tablets sold elsewhere will get the 4.1.2 update too or will be stuck on 4.1.1 for the time being.
The update is now rolling out to Wi-Fi-only devices (model number GT-N8013), but should be available via Kies, Samsung’s desktop software, too. After applying the update your tablet will be on software version UEUCMA3.
If you want to update without using a PC (and Kies), but haven’t yet been notified that new bits are available for your particular device, you can always try manually checking by going to Settings > About device > Software update. Maybe you’ll get lucky.
Looks like Samsung is slowly going through more and more Jelly Bean updates for its main devices (even though none have received the 4.2 version). A few days ago the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 got the same treatment. So let’s hope many more devices will. And soon.
Via Android Police
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