Samsung Galaxy Note Update Fixes Video Editor Bugs

March 17, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Good news for Samsung Galaxy Note customers who were vexed with video editor bugs that had crept into this spectacular device. The company now offers an update to fix issues related to video editor.

The Galaxy Note has attracted the attention of millions of customers worldwide, and the Galaxy is one of the top most selling devices on global basis. The new update comes over the air, and you could download and install it right through your device.

However, the company has retained the version of Android at 2.3.6 Gingerbread, but brings in a cellular radio and some updated software. The update file has a size of around 40 MB.

The bugs came with some previous update provided by the company earlier. Previously as you start working on a video clip captured in various frame rates, the one recorded with lower frame rates starts to stutter, and won’t render properly.

With the new update he issue has been fixed. The legendary device is yet to receive an Android Ice Cream Sandwich update.

Customers all across the world has been waiting for ICS update to come before this month. But the latest rumor suggests that you have to wait a little longer.

There are reports that the update could arrive as late as the end of this year. But market conditions suggest that it should come at least by the second quarter of this year.

Guys, go check for the new update, and give us your feedback. Remember, it would be helpful to many.

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