Galaxy Note HSPA+ Version Gets Android 4.0.4 Upgrade
The HSPA+ version of the Samsung Galaxy Note is now getting the Android 4.0.4 upgrade. This upgrade will allow the Note’s users to unlock the phone tablet hybrid by means of signing their name on the device using the S Pen Stylus. Moreover, it enables them to view videos in picture-in-picture mode. The restart button has been made green.
Some of the icons have also been changed. In addition, the upgrade makes the device faster. In addition, the update has a number of usual bug fixes and performance enhancements. Pop-up Play, one of the key and exclusive features of the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, will also be now offered by the Galaxy Note phablet. Those who already have the Ice Cream Sandwich update will probably not appreciate these new features, but they certainly add to the appeal of the device for Samsung Galaxy Note owners.
The Android 4.0.4 update has a build date of July 4 and changelist of 811901. Samsung rolls out the update two months exactly after it gave international users the Ice Cream Sandwich update. It likewise coincides with the upgrade for the LTE version of AT&T.
Germany will be the first country to get the update, but other international users are expected to be able to download it soon, too. The update may be received over the air or OTA or via the Samsung Kies desktop management software.
via the verge