T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 Multi-Window View Update Hits December 19th

A T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 update, set to roll out on December 19th, will be bringing one of the most desired features to the table in Samsung’s Multi-Window View, a feature that has been available on other Galaxy Note 2 models already.

Read: Galaxy S3 Android 4.1.2 Update Hits More Users, U.S. Galaxy S3 Waits.

T-Mobile relayed the news to Galaxy Note 2 owners through its customer support page wherein the carrier detailed the plans for the device’s Android 4.1.1/T889UVALK8 roll out which is set to take place on December 19th.

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The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 will get the Multi-Window View feature this week.

Fortunately for owners, not only will the update be bringing some fantastic features, it will also be available through an Over-the-Air update and through Samsung Kies. Samsung and American carriers often only make updates available through Samsung Kies and as many Samsung device owners know, Kies is something that can certainly cause problems during the upgrade process.

The update shouldn’t be as massive as a major Android update but that being said, owners of the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 will still want to set aside some time to both download and install the new firmware.

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The software itself is going to be coming with some bug fixes and one new feature. Here is the full list of what’s going to be different come December 19th.

  • New multi-window feature
  • Resolves Exchange calendar events not appearing on device Calendar
  • Resolves issues with being unable to swipe through Gmail messages

Lucky for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 owners, the one feature that will be coming along is also one of the best that Samsung has to offer to owners of its devices. Multi-Window View will allow owners of the device to split up the Galaxy Note 2′s massive 5.5-inch display into two sections, each running a separate application.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Multi-Window View.

For instance, in one section of the display, users could run Facebook while in the other, be checking the web.

It’s one of the most desired features of Samsung’s version of Jelly Bean and it will finally be hitting the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 come Wednesday.

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