Wireless carrier US Cellular has reportedly started to push out a new software update for its Galaxy Note II users, providing them with all the benefits that Samsung’s Multi-View feature has to offer.
The update, available for download as version R950VXALL1, also packs inside various enhancements for the Android operating system, as well as other improvements and updated features coming from Samsung themselves.
According to Android Police, which managed to grab a leaked document detailing the update, users will also enjoy a nice range of updated applications as soon as the new platform release arrives on their devices.
Furthermore, the new firmware brings fixes to the burst mode for Galaxy Note II’s camera, as well as for some 3G connectivity problems that the phone was experiencing.
Another fix was aimed at the ability to search images using the Search option in the My Files application.
There is also a series of changes brought to the phone’s user interface, such as the emergence of the Multi-Window option in the drop-down menu, replacing the Sync option previously available there. At the same time, the new software update changes the Sound icon color from Gray to Green.
The main change in the new firmware, however, remains the availability of the Multi-View feature, which has recently started to arrive on all Galaxy Note II devices around the world.
Owners of this mobile phone on the network of US Cellular interested in upgrading it to the newer software release should check on its availability straight on the handset.
For that, they need to go to Menu > Settings > About Device > Software Update. Should the new firmware be available for download, users should hit OK and follow the onscreen instructions to grab and install it.
“Your device has to be connected to Wi-Fi to download the upgrade,” the wireless carrier also notes on its support website.