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Topic # 113941 2-Feb-2013 09:22
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Just downloaded the update by wifi, so cool having multi windows now :)

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  Reply # 754695 2-Feb-2013 09:25
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Nice this is good news

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  Reply # 754701 2-Feb-2013 09:33
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Is that for both models? I've seen overseas its only been for the wifi version, not the 3G model.




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  Reply # 754707 2-Feb-2013 09:50
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Mines the wifi version so not sure about the 3g one. The 3g version was not shiny enough for me to spend the extra lol

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  Reply # 754708 2-Feb-2013 09:51
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What version of JB 4.1.x?

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  Reply # 754716 2-Feb-2013 10:01
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JB 4.1.2

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  Reply # 754733 2-Feb-2013 10:44
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theres a Note 10.1 N8000 telecom jelly bean @ samfirmware.com marked 4.1.1

i downloaded the 4.1.2 for my 8010 from above site and flashed with mobile odin, over the top of ICS, worked great.



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  Reply # 754795 2-Feb-2013 16:08
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Still no updates showing on my 3G N8000 model.

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  Reply # 754802 2-Feb-2013 16:31
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Just done my Note yesterday, just hope that the Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for the Tab 2, 10.1 isn't too far away, as well as the same update for the SII's

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  Reply # 773926 3-Mar-2013 18:00
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My 3G N8000 has now auto-updated to 4.1.2

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  Reply # 773930 3-Mar-2013 18:06
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Jarno: My 3G N8000 has now auto-updated to 4.1.2


How are you finding the update to Jelly Bean?




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  Reply # 777543 10-Mar-2013 00:12
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I just got the update a couple days ago, I only bought my Note 10.1 N8010 about 5 days ago though.
the multi window features are pretty cool.

S pen seems to be working better ... love S Pen.... I also have the Note 2, BEST PHONE EVER! :)


Id like to know if anyone else has had this other issue though....

loss of autocomplete

as mine is super new atm, i found when I was writing as usual on it, the text input was great, very quick & intuitive, just like Apple ( I recently sold my iPad4 & bought this in its place )... so was very happy that it had great functioning autocomplete word input...
but since this latest update, that has vanished, Ive googled about it, checked & re-checked various settings but theres no cure for this.... i dont want to download a 3rd party keyboard, which has been a common suggestion cropping up in searches, from what I found online & found other users have experienced the same issue - autocomplete vanished after a system update.

please note, im not talking a autocorrect at all, but is autocomplete.... when typing the word highlighted blue is meant to be entered when the spacebar is tapped, but that's not more & it really bugs me, i may be being a bit too anal about this, but its a feature I appreciate, making me miss my Apple iPad4 already :-/




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  Reply # 777619 10-Mar-2013 13:22
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pinkbellbird: loss of autocomplete


Now you mention it, I have the same issue. Though for me it isn't a bad thing, as I usually ended up fighting the autocomplete rather than it helping.

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