Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is reportedly receiving a minor update that is said to come with a few bug fixes and improvements. Users at Android Central forum have been reporting that their Galaxy Note 10.1 has been showing a notification to download a 75MB software update. Considering the size of the update it does not seem to be a Jelly Bean update. It is said to bring some bug fixes while keeping the Galaxy Note 10.1 on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Users have reported the following bug fixes and improvements on the forum:
- The update fixes the compatibility with 64GB microSD card
- S-Note now adds scroll bars when needed
- The update fixes the keyboard pop up bug that was existing in the original firmware
- Fixes the palm zoom issue in S-Note and Pen mode is enabled
- Landscape option has been added in S-Note
The update is available over-the-air. Depending on the region the users may gradually receive the update. Before opting for the update, make sure you have made a backup of all your data. Ensure that your device's battery has a charge of at least 50 per cent to avoid data loss during the update.
Once you have completed the steps go to Settings > About Tablet and then tap on Software Update. When you head to Update Now, your device gets connected to Samsung servers. On receiving the update message, you have to tap on download. After downloading the file, it would be applied to your device and your device will then be restarted.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10.1 packs striking features and the S stylus pen. The Galaxy Note comes with a PLS TFT capacitive touch screen that offers a resolution of 1280x800 pixels at 149 pixels per inch (ppi). It is powered by a 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 dual-core CPU and an Exynos chipset. It ships 1GB of RAM. The stunning Galaxy Note 10.1 provides a choice of 16/32/64GB of internal storage as well as a microSD card slot that expands memory by up to 32GB.
[Information Courtesy: Android Advices]