Samsung already rolled out a sort of update for the Galaxy Note 10.1 device, but it mostly consisted of new apps meant to be used with the 10.1-inch tablet's S-pen stylus.
Now, however, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean firmware for the product has become available, though not officially, but as part of a leak.
We suspect that the over-the-air and/or KIES package will be sent out soon. Until then, SAMMOBILE has the first Note 10.1 OTA Leak.
Some glitches may turn up, since this is a test ROM. Installing the firmware will take some knowledge of how to flash devices too.
Sure, there are instructions for how to do it, but the process is fairly complicated and, thus, not worth bothering with for most people.
If you're not most people, go here
and download the 297.7 megabytes of data.