We first saw official Android 4.3 appear on the international Galaxy Note II LTE N7105 back in the middle of November. Ever since then, it’s gradually been making its way over to other variants of the device such as the Sprint, T-Mobile, and finally the Verizon units. Now, the update has begun rolling out to the AT&T variant of the Galaxy Note II, and it’s about time.
The update in the form of a 696 MB OTA update to I317UCUBMK6 from the previous I317UCAMH3 build. It brings various new additions such as improvements to Multi-Window, a better camera app, “easy mode,” Galaxy Gear compatibility, and Samsung KNOX.
Key additions in the latest update, as reported by Samsung:
Software update includes:
- Android 4.3 OS upgrade
- Samsung Galaxy Gear compatibility
- Premium Suite Features
- Group Play 2.5
- Multi-Window (Note 3 Version)
- Camera – Shot & Sound
- Group Messaging
- Samsung Link (Preload)
- New Easy Mode
- Samsung Apps
The update is rolling out to devices gradually, and it appears to not yet be available through Kies. However, we’ll update this post as soon as the OTA is mirrored.
Have you updated your AT&T Galaxy Note II to 4.3? If so, what are your experiences? Let us know in the comments below. Also, be sure to visit XDA Senior Member wilsonhuang‘s thread detailing his experiences with the update.
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