Posted by Kunal G. 2 years ago

Provider Telstra (Australia) confirms Galaxy Note II 4G skipping 4.2.2


Last week the first rumour showed up regarding the Android 4.2.2 update for the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III. Today Telstra (Australia) has confirmed that Samsung will skip the Android 4.2.2 update for the Galaxy Note II 4G. Now we are not sure what Samsung plans to-do. At this moment the Android 4.2.2 update for the Galaxy SIII looks to be ready. The only question is will Samsung update or wait and go straight ahead with the Android 4.3 updates which isn’t announced by Google yet.

Don’t forget that provider Telstra (Australia) is talking about the Galaxy Note II 4G.

Samsung have elected globally to skip the 4.2.2 update for this device and will instead go to a newer version of Android. No schedule has been provided for this update.


Thanks Damian Kidd source

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7 comments on “Provider Telstra (Australia) confirms Galaxy Note II 4G skipping 4.2.2

  1. fer_champions 2 years ago said:

    Samsung very bad… People would enjoy android 4.2.2 on their note 2… I won’t buy another smartphone that it isn’t nexus

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  2. MrSonicB00m 2 years ago said:

    I have 4.2.2 on my S3. Yeah it’s good but it’s nothing amazing. I would wait for 4.3 that way we will all be up to date. Smart move Sammy.

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  3. lkofod1234 2 years ago said:

    i flashed cyanogenmod 4.2.2 and its fucking awesome. fluid as fuck. no LAG whatsoever. fuck touchwizlaggyness :D

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  4. Said1995 2 years ago said:

    I can wait for 4.3 for my GS3 so we will all be up to date

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  5. gtone339 2 years ago said:

    Crazy, why not release 4.2.2 jellybean for Note II/GS3 uers before we update it to 4.3….

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  6. ikundan 2 years ago said:

    Excited about d news.. hope to get my sg note 2 updated soon to jb 4.3

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  7. AquilaSol 2 years ago said:

    There’s a very simple reason why: Mobile Providers.

    Nearly every update gets send back twice from each provider because they disagree with some change or another, or it doesn’t work with their bloatware. (Tmobile NL being particularly nitpicky. Their S3 is still on XXEMA2.. Yea, the one with the freezes.)

    If Samsung released 4.2.2 now, they’d still be fixing pointless stuff that nobody even cares about nor notices by the time 4.3 comes around. And let’s face it, most Branded users would finally get 4.2.2 a month after 4.3 is out, leading to even more user-whining in Samsung’s direction.

    Frankly, I don’t blame Samsung for skipping 4.2.2.

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