The Sprint subscribers who own a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 should expect a notification about a new software update in the following days, as the carrier has started to roll out a security fix firmware upgrade that will update the handset to version L900VPAMA7. I know that the update doesn’t sound so appealing, but in fact, this kind of upgrades can be very helpful, so make sure you download and install it shortly after you receive the notification.
The software update is released is stage over the air and the carrier claims that all the Samsung galaxy Note 2 owners will receive it within five days. In case you don’t receive a notification, there is another way. You can also check for it manually. It’s very easy actually, all you have to do is head to Settings>System Update>Update Samsung Software>Check Now.
The Galaxy Note 2 was announced in August 2012 and released in September as the second Samsung phablet of the Note line. It packs a 5.5-inch Super Amoled display with a pixel resolution of 1280 x 720 and which has support for Multitouch. The device is powered by an Exynos quad-core 1.6 GHz processor and has a Mali-400MP GPU. As for the memory, the Galaxy Note two includes three versions (16/32/64 GB), and has 2GB of RAM. It also packs an 8MP rear-facing camera and runs Android 4.1.1 which can be upgraded to Android 4.1.2.
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