AT&T's version of the Galaxy Note II is receiving a minor software update this afternoon, presumably patching the Exynos chipset exploit discovered back in December.

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The new software version is I317UCAMA4, and the update is 8.45MB in size. AT&T refers to the changes as a "chipset security enhancement," so it's pretty clear that the Exynos exploit fix is probably the major feature of this patch. We've not noticed any other changes as part of the update, and the Android version remains at 4.1.2. It's rolling out to devices now, so be on the lookout.


David Ruddock
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  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    Got it on my Note II (those are my screenshots in the article). It made me pancakes and rooted the microwave.

  • DennisHeffernan

    Couldn't install it, probably because I briefly used a custom recovery. Guess I'll have to check XDA later.

  • genderson

    Tried to update but couldn't probably because i was using custom recovery. And it took root away I got no root access. Wtf went wrong.

  • http://www.facebook.com/keithgopackersboror Keith Go Packers Boror

    Just got it this morning it actually popped up in the notification bar. Took like 10 min max.

  • Jim Mullen

    Got it this morning too. Quick and easy upgrade.