Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Test Firmware Leaked for Samsung Galaxy Note 2

The Android 4.3 update for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 is in talks now a days. Since many of the respective device owners are eager to get this update as it’s getting late, the good news is here as the signs emerge for an update to come out soon, after the test firmware leaked today. Since the 4.3 update is expected to bring a lot of new features including those of the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3, the leaked firmware hints it out and many of the changes can now be enjoyed in this Leaked Firmware.


The leaked firmware is only for Galaxy Note 2 while the official and complete update is scheduled to roll out in the months of November and December while the Galaxy S4 is set to get the Android 4.3 update sometime in October. In the Galaxy Note 3 launch event Samsung officials announced that the Galaxy Note 2 will get a software update in the month of October that will make the device compatible with Samsung’s Galaxy Gear Smart Watch, but the update got delayed and is planned in the next two months now. The test firmware for Galaxy Note 2 leaked out pretty fast, just a day after the firmware leaked for Galaxy S4 LTE version.

As this is a test build, it is not recommended for the Android Newbies or those having less knowledge about the device to install it. The test firmware is apparently stable and has no such major bugs, but it is still recommended for the experts to get their hands on it.

Thanks to the guys at for bringing this update up for us!

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