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Look like Samsung are nit going to update samsung note 10.1 (2012) to Android 4.3 or

16th November 2013, 01:18 AM |#1  
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16th November 2013, 01:30 AM |#2  
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Is Andriod 4.3 coming to Note ??
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16th November 2013, 10:13 AM |#3  
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I don't think so that they will be updating it

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16th November 2013, 12:10 PM |#4  
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I recently spoke to a Samsung rep (Samsung's website live chat) and with a Samsung rep (in person). Both said:

"it will be updated, at least to Android 4.3, but we cannot tell you when".

So I'm pretty sure we are getting 4.3 at some point. Heck, if the Note 2 and S III got it, it's only reasonable that our Note 10.1 gets it. It was the flagship tablet of its (short) time, such as the Note 2 and S III being flagships/high-end. Everyone's been saying that Samsung won't update it to force us go for the Note 10.1 2014 edition, so why did the Note 2 and Galaxy S III get the update (ok, ok, Galaxy Gear blabla)? Wouldn't they force you to go for a Note 3 and Galaxy S IV? You get my point.

So, be prepared to wait (wait... wait... wai...), and official news about the updates *cough kitkat* are coming.
My guess is: Android 4.3 and no Android 4.4, unfortunately but thankfully.
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I recently spoke to a Samsung rep (Samsung's website live chat) and with a Samsung rep (in person). Both said:

"it will be updated, at least to Android 4.3, but we cannot tell you when".

So I'm pretty sure we are getting 4.3 at some point. Heck, if the Note 2 and S III got it, it's only reasonable that our Note 10.1 gets it. It was the flagship tablet of its (short) time, such as the Note 2 and S III being flagships/high-end. Everyone's been saying that Samsung won't update it to force us go for the Note 10.1 2014 edition, so why did the Note 2 and Galaxy S III get the update (ok, ok, Galaxy Gear blabla)? Wouldn't they force you to go for a Note 3 and Galaxy S IV? You get my point.

So, be prepared to wait (wait... wait... wai...), and official news about the updates *cough kitkat* are coming.
My guess is: Android 4.3 and no Android 4.4, unfortunately but thankfully.

Dont care, as I am happy with what I got. Anyway most updates after a certain point will start requiring more hardware power. Like going from win95 to xp. Thanks for the info
16th November 2013, 10:49 PM |#6  
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I only want 4.3 since I hope that it will fix the USB host mode bug...
18th November 2013, 01:23 PM |#7  
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It's an one year old device, so hopefully they will update to 4.3
18th November 2013, 05:31 PM |#8  
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I only want 4.3 since I hope that it will fix the USB host mode bug...

WHat is the bug?
18th November 2013, 06:33 PM |#9  
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WHat is the bug?

The problem that USB connections (host mode) do not always work.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2328996
18th November 2013, 06:42 PM |#10  
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Maybe only on some country's ROMs?

HAven't encountered it on mine.
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