Samsung has been working on the Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” update for their tablets as well as their flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3. The official release of the newest version of Android for these devices is not too far off in the future now, but nonetheless, the very first Test-ROMs have appeared online.
The recently leaked Test-Firmware is for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. The update for the Note 10.1 has already been confirmed officially, but the plans for the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 were not certain. This latest leak of Android 4.1 Firmware confirms that the update is in the works for the 7.7 inch tablet. Whosoever wanst to try out these leaked versions of Android 4.1 on their tablets should be prepared to face a few glitches and battle some bugs. The Firmware leaks are only for the 3G-Versions of the devices.
In order to install the Jelly Bean update, your tablet must have the latest publicly available firmware version installed. The leaked firmware gives ROM’s a first look at Jelly Bean on these two devices and ROM’s will be able to use that information to make other custom versions of the firmware for these devices. Further information and the downloads can be found in the source links below.