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Topic # 112732 18-Dec-2012 16:27 Send private message

Hi all,

I have just updated my Galaxy S3 to Jellybean 4.1.1 via Telecom.
I can't find any option to enable split screen. Does anyone know
if this feature is enabled on this update?

On the Note 2, holding the back key brings up the task pane which allows the split.

I have a stock standard S3 (NZ purchased and not jail broken), and ran the inbuilt software update.

Regards,

Dave

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  Reply # 734447 18-Dec-2012 16:37 Send private message

No, the latest update doesn't support multi window.  I think that is 4.1.2. And will most likely be some time away.

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  Reply # 734453 18-Dec-2012 16:41 Send private message

oh wow, thanks for that! i didn't know that feature existed :). Im running 4.1.2 on my S3 and multi window works well, not that i know what ill use it for yet.



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  Reply # 734468 18-Dec-2012 17:08 Send private message

nicnzl: No, the latest update doesn't support multi window.  I think that is 4.1.2. And will most likely be some time away.


Thanks for that. I was starting to grow a few more grey hairs over this.

Slightly off-topic, is there anything "interesting" about the 4.1.1 upgrading from 4.0.4?

So far all I've found is the new animation when opening folders.

Dave.

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  Reply # 734477 18-Dec-2012 17:22 Send private message

HotDogBreath:
nicnzl: No, the latest update doesn't support multi window.  I think that is 4.1.2. And will most likely be some time away.


Thanks for that. I was starting to grow a few more grey hairs over this.

Slightly off-topic, is there anything "interesting" about the 4.1.1 upgrading from 4.0.4?

So far all I've found is the new animation when opening folders.

Dave.


I've had 4.1.1 on my phone for a while now (custom rom) so can't even remember what new features it gave me. It is a lot smoother to use though.

Will be loading a custom 4.1.2 on this weekend I think.

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  Reply # 734488 18-Dec-2012 18:07 Send private message

HotDogBreath: Slightly off-topic, is there anything "interesting" about the 4.1.1 upgrading from 4.0.4?


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