Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) Gets Jelly Bean 4.1.2 Leak

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There are many folks with the original International Galaxy Note (GT-N7000), and you’re in for a treat tonight. As Sammobile has a leak of Android 4.1.2 for the device. Now this is a leak, a.k.a. a testing version of Android 4.1.2 for the massive device. So far the known issues are the lack of S-Pen features, which for some people, it isn’t to big of a deal breaker not to flash this. We’ve got all the details including the build number, new enhancements and directions on how to install the leak down below.

There are some new enhancements in this Jelly Bean update which include:

- Android 4.1.2 – Build JZO54K
- Buttery Smooth Performance & Great Stability (Thanks to Project Butter)
- Multi-View (Multi Windows Multitasking, same as in Note II)
- Multi-View can also be disabled
- Page Buddy
- Notification Panel can now be customized
- New Additions in Notification Panel
- Smart Rotation (Screen Display adjusts to your angle of sightings)
- Continues Input in Samsung Keyboard (Like Swipe or Android 4.2 Keyboard)
- Samsung’s Cloud services
- Direct Call, Smart Stay and Pop-up Play Features
- New Widgets From the Galaxy S III
- 2 Home screen modes
- New Notifications bar
- Google Now

This update will not be available through KIES or OTA update. Only available at the download link below with the firmware details:

Firmware Details:
Android Version: 4.1.2 – JZO54K (Jelly Bean)
Changelist: 549786
Build Date: 20th November 2012
Region: Europe
Country: Germany

So how do you flash it? We’ve got those instructions as well:

- Unzip the file
- Open Odin 3.04 (Get it from HERE)
- Restart phone in download mode (Home+power+vol down)
- Connect phone and wait until you get a yellow sign in Odin
- Add CODE_N7000XXLSA_549786_REV02_user_low_ship.tar.md5 to PDA
- Add MODEM_N7000XXLSA_REV_05_CL1222228.tar.md5 to PHONE
- Add CSC_OXA_N7000OXALSA_549786_REV02_user_low_ship.tar.md5 to CSC
- Make sure re-partition NOT ticked
- Start flash, sit back and wait a few minutes.

After it’s booted back up, you’re all set to go and start enjoying some Android 4.1.2 goodness. So do we have any readers with the original Galaxy Note that are brave enough to flash this? If we do, please leave a comment below about how the process went and how the update runs.

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