When This lolipop new will launch...please can you tell me fix date plz
Most carriers will not be updating the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Please don't be mislead by this post.
kamal, 01 Jun 2016plzzz update my Samsung Galaxy note 2 update in new versionUpdate lolipop ver
Hi sir Samsung galaxy note2 update for lollipop have can update
swapnil., 29 May 2016Please update My Samsung galaxy note 2 to new version lollipop plz reply meMy phone Samsung Galaxy note2 update New versions
Please update My Samsung galaxy note 2 to new version lollipop plz reply me
I can't update my Samsung note2 to lollypop or mash mellow. How can I do?
yannym, 13 May 2016What are you guys still doing here? The Note 2 is now 4 years old, why would you expect any up... moreFor many people the hardware of the Note 2 is more than sufficient, i.e. a for its time fast quad core, 2GB of RAM and a SD card slot. I'm rocking a Note 4 now, previously a Note 2. And while the Note 4 is obviously a better phone, it's not a world apart. To get a much better experience AND a stylus we're talking about at least a $400 phone. Which to many is a lot of money.
Of course, it's certainly arguable that also KitKat is a great OS, with little tendency of feeling dated.
praveen jana , 20 Apr 2016Please update my Samsung galaxy note2 new version lollipo I like lolipop
I was using Note 2 as well.. i think it has the configuration to handle lollipop but i think the samsung has lauched thousands of cell phones without planning for the future supports and updates.. i am big fan of samsung i have 8 samsung phones in my Collection but i have to say that now i am planning to shift on apple devices as the are still supporting the updates for ip4s till now so thats the great reason for me to shift to apple devices.
What are you guys still doing here? The Note 2 is now 4 years old, why would you expect any updates to come your way, if you haven't bought a new phone by now you must really love your Note 2 for some reason, or you're afraid of new phones, If you know that in the future you plan on using the same phone for 4 years+, buy a Nexus, because they will last officially for 2 years, and unofficially for even longer.
(Can this thread be closed?)