Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 was launched ahead of the Note II bringing the stylus to the tablet. You can check out our unboxing and make sure to stay tuned for the upcoming review but if you already have a Note 10.1 running Ice Cream Sandwich out-of-the-box you might be interested in a Jelly Bean OTA leak.

A couple of notes: it is not yet available to download over-the-air (or by KIES) but if you decide to give it a go from the source link below you’ll have to know that it will only work on model numbers GT-N8000. Also, this is a test ROM so expect some glitches; however, if you want to give it a go follow the source link below and check out the rather extensive instructions on how to flash (insert warning here). Else, just sit back and wait for the refresh to hit your device the official way; should be coming soon!

Source: SamMobile

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