Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note II updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean

Released by Verizon in November last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is getting a software update as of now. The update brings Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to the handset, and weighs in at 246.5 MB.

The new software package – build number JZO54K.I605VRAMC3 – brings various enhancements and additions, including: Samsung Smart Switch support, Multi Window support for more apps (Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, Google Talk, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon Kindle, Viewdini), improvements to Exchange email syncing, better VZ Navigator integration, enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity, and enhanced text messaging.

More on how and why to update the Galaxy Note II can be found here at Verizon.

Samsung Galaxy Note II Verizon Android 412 update

The largest North American carrier is asking $299.99 (on contract) for the Galaxy Note II – but you can get it for just $199.99 if you’re buying it from Amazon.

Earlier this year, the Note II has been rated by customers as Verizon’s best smartphone, with 96% of owners recommending it.

Via Android Central

Author: Florin

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