Starting today, Verizon Wireless will finally be pushing out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for its Samsung Galaxy Note II. The device has now been updated to build JZ054K.I604VRAMC3, which is geek speak for various device enhancements and a new OS update. The latest update also brings improvements of various applications as well as several of Google’s security patches.

Some of the enhancements that this update brings includes the ability to download images from Enterprise Exchange email and to use downloaded languages on the keyboard. Verizon’s Galaxy Note II now gets better multi-windows support for accomplishing multiple tasks at once, such as jotting down notes while watching a video. Apps that support this include YouTube, Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and a lot more. A new Notification Panel editing menu has now been added under Display Settings. As previously mentioned, this build updates the core Android OS to version 4.1.2. It also features improvements to Exchange email syncing, Back Up Assistant Plus and a host of bug fixes as well as performance improvements. It is expected that this Verizon Galaxy Note II update will begin rolling out to customers in a little while.

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