Samsung releases firmware update for Galaxy Note 2; enables split-screen multitasking

The Samsung Galaxy Note is definitely the most popular smartphone in the market. With the rich legacy of its predecessor, the handset is undoubtedly alluring Android fan boys from all walks of life. The display is even bigger than last version, and obviously an improved S pen has been included. Still, the manufacturer is doing all it can to keep users happy. The latest step being releasing a firmware upgrade for the phablet in question, which makes up for the critically-acclaimed split-screen multitasking feature.

Multi-View improves the multitasking abilities of the Galaxy Note 2, permitting users to run two applications on the display at the same time. Mind you, not every Android application is supported, though dissimilar to the Galaxy Note 10.1, where merely Samsung applications could be brought up to the panel, Multi-Window is supporting Google applications as well. For example, Gmail, YouTube, Chrome and Talk are supported.

The upgrade version is XXALIJ1 arrives with a fresh baseband, as well as an upgrade to Google Chrome.

If you possess a Samsung Galaxy Note 2, go check for the fresh firmware from About device -> Software update. Whilst the update is downloaded, users can also do other tasks with the Multi-Window feature. Go check your handset now.

If you any of you have already downloaded the update, let us know if you have experienced any improvement in your smartphone through the comments section given below. Even if you have faced any problem with it, let us know about it.