Sunday, January 20, 2013

Battery Drain Issue of Galaxy Note 2 JB 4.1.2 Firmware but Update Recommended For Sudden Shutdown and Exynos Vulnerability Bugfix


Samsung has recently released Jelly Bean 4.1.2 firmware address the issue of sudden shutdown-restart and other security issues emanating from Exynos vulnerability bug.


But even after the firmware updated fixed these problems, the users of Galaxy Note 2 still reported serious battery drain after updating their Note 2 with JB 4.1.2 firmware.

Samsung itself hasn’t given any comment on this issue yet and it might be that Sammy pushes out either a mature version of JB 4.1.2 to fix this problem before gearing towards the future Android v4.2 updates.

According to several users feedback, the average time that the battery lasts on JB 4.1.2 is around 10% less as compared to that of JB 4.1.1 . This might not be a big number but still is quite a dilemma for some users.



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Many users are thinking of reverting to JB 4.1.1 firmware to retain battery life but we advise that you refrain from reverting back since JB 4.1.2 firmware included bug fixes for both Exynos Vulnerability and Sudden Shut-down/Restart issues. A little less battery time is worth to bare at expense of critical bug-fixes, says Wahaab JB at Chip Hazard.

Stay tuned for more details on when the Galaxy Note 2 Android 4.2 update could arrive and potentially fix the battery drain issues.

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