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Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean (AT&T, T-Mobile) – Tired Of Waiting ? We Have A Solution (Android 4.1)

by Mihai Matei on February 11, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean for T-Mobile’s and AT&T’s Models ?


Both the Samsung Galaxy S2 and the OG Galaxy Note have been confirmed for an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update many months ago, and after a pretty lengthy period of time waiting for results, we’re finally seeing some. The Samsung Galaxy S2 has been the first to make the jump to Jelly Bean, first in Spain, followed by Korea, and now it looks like the rest of the world is in the process of receiving this highly anticipated update.

However, the Samsung Galaxy Note seems to be a few steps behind its smaller sibling. With that in mind, if you happen to own this particular phablet via AT&T or T-Mobile and you’re tired of waiting for the official roll-out, then fret not because we have a solution. More details after the break.

Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean (AT&T, T-Mobile) - Tired Of Waiting ? We Have A Solution


Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean (AT&T, T-Mobile) – Tired Of Waiting ? We Have A Solution

Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean (AT&T, T-Mobile)

As stated above, if you happen to own the Note via AT&T or T-Mobile and you’re tired of waiting for the official Jelly Bean roll-out, we have an alternative. On short, if you’re willing to get your fingers dirty then you should be interested in the latest developments in the custom ROM department, specifically the Cyanogen Mod 10 and 10.1.

Version 10.1 has been recently released for T-Mobile’s and AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Note, so if you want to take this ROM for a spin, the necessary files are yours for download (hit the links below).


Cyanogen 10.1 is based on Android 4.2 so you’ll benefit from a lot of brand new goodies that haven’t yet seen the light of day on many devices (at least not officially), but keep in mind that version 10.1 is a nightly build, which means that you could encounter certain bugs and other undesired “features”.

As an alternative you could download and install the stable build (version 10) but that’s based on Android 4.1 instead of 4.2. Either way, feel free to visit the Cyanogen web page if you want to grab either one of these files for your AT&T or T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note.

Lastly, if you’re planning on waiting for the official release then check out our earlier entry regarding the expected Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean launch timeframes.

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