Wanna enjoy doing two things at once? Heads up Sprint customers, who bought their Samsung Galaxy Note II handsets from the Now network can now update to the latest firmware. Sprint is now pushing the first over-the-air update to the early adopters of the Galaxy Note II. The update bumps the software version up to L900VPALJC, making the Android version remains at v4.1.1. The update brings the typical multi window feature that lets the phablet to run to apps simultaneously on its bigger 5.5-inch display.
The multi-window update LJ1 was first rolled out to the international Note II edition in early October.
Here’s the full list of apps that will work with the multi-window functionality:
# Official Twitter app
# Polaris (Viewer)
# Samsung ChatON
# Samsung Email
# Google Chrome
# Samsung Gallery
# Samsung Internet
# Samsung Messaging
# Video Player
# Google Maps
# Google Talk
The update also also carrying GPS lock setting enhancements, email fixes, and improved text message notifications while in a call. Incoming text messages will make an audible notification while talking on phone. The update is also expected to receive scrollable quick settings in the notifications along with the new firmware.
If you are a Sprint customer with a Samsung Galaxy S III handset, you should be reminded to download the software update via a notification. If you haven’t received a notification that the new update L900VPALJC is ready on your handset’s screen, you may hit up the Software update tab in the Settings menu and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the upgrading process successfully. The update is bring rolled out in phases. So, be patient until the update hits your device. All the Galaxy Note IIs should be updated within the next five days.
Samsung has also released Sprint’s LJC update for Note II here on its open source center. Hit the below link to grab it.
Update: Link Updated.
Download: LJC (weighs around 190MB)