Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Test Firmware leaked for Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Yesterday, we saw that an Android 4.3 Test Build was leaked from Samsung’s servers for the Galaxy S4 smartphone. Today, a similar test build was leaked for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 device which strongly hints to an official OTA Update to be released by the end of this month of early November.
Samsung is surely planning the launch of official Android 4.3 OTA Update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The leaked version is a test firmware of Android 4.3 with the build date set to September 25th. It seems to be a pretty stable build, but the final version will surely receive some new features and functions, such as the ones that are currently available for the Galaxy S4 and Note 3.
SamMobile reported the news of an Android 4.3 test firmware leak for the Galaxy Note 2 N7100. However, the leak was posted to XDA threads by rayblo who got the link from Happy King, user on tinhte.vn web forum.
Samsung Know and Samsung Wallet are integral parts of this leak along with tons of other UI changes and tweaks. Make sure to tell us in comments in case you flash the leaked Jelly Bean 4.3 firmware for your smartphone.
If you decide to update your phablet with this leaked ROM, then you should know that you will need to use Odin app in order to flash all files with success. Also, it is highly recommended for you to backup the data stored on your device. It would be best for your device to run a stock firmware and not a custom ROM, as that will probably wipe data from your device.
Android 4.3 Update leak for Note 2 N7100 has the build number set to XXUEMI6. This version might get changed when the official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update arrives. There is no official release date set for it. Keep an eye on our web site to find out when the OTA Update arrives for your Note 2.
If you want to install this leaked Android 4.3 stock XXUEMI6 firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100, then you can follow our tutorial instructions here.