South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has recently confirmed that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 10.1 and more recently, the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 as well, has been leaked. Obviously, whatever leaked firmware that you find out there floating on the Internet should be approached with extreme caution, as though it was one of those Alien-like eggs that hold Facehuggers inside. The reason is simple – these are not official, and neither are they ready for prime time action, so to perform the install and expect it to work as smooth as butter is akin to crossing your fingers for the Middle East to sort itself out without a single bullet fired.
If your curiosity has gotten the better of you and you want to risk the proverbial cat’s death, then be prepared to deal with Odin and performing some flashes from recovery. Only for those with the relevant intestinal fortitude, this!
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