Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE Gets N9005XXUBMH1 Android 4.3 Leaked Test Firmware.
Announced on 4 September in Berlin, Samsung's third generation Galaxy Note will be released starting on 25 September in more than 140 countries across the globe. Ahead of the market roll-out, Android An open platform for cellphones from the Open Handset Alliance (OHA). Based on Linux, Android includes a library of Java classes for building mobile applications.
Android and GPhone 4.3 Jelly Bean test build for the Galaxy Note 3 has leaked.
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3. Sammobile, Android 4.3 test firmware with build version XXUBMH1 has leaked for the international LTE (Long Term Evolution) See 3GPP. version Samsung Galaxy Note 3 bearing model number SM-N9005.
As the device has not been released yet, users will not be able to flash the firmware except Samsung employees. The primary reason behind releasing the test firmware is to allow third part developers to port features from the Galaxy Note 3 to other devices. However, users would be able to flash the firmware once the device becomes available.
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Version: Android 4.3
Build date: 3 August, 2013
Product code: OXX
Download link: (https://hotfile.com/dl/245193343/a1bad4a/N9005XXUBMH1_N9005OXXBMH1_N9005XXUBMH1_OXX.zip.html)
The N9005XXUBMH1 is slightly old and was built on 3 August. Due to the implementation of Samsung Knox, many test builds are failing to boot but the N9005XXUBMH1 is reportedly the most stable test build so far.
The Galaxy Note 3 comes with enriched privacy and security protection provided by Samsung Knox, which allows users to run and store security-sensitive applications and data inside a protected execution environment called container. The security inside the container is strengthened by system-level protection of Samsung Knox against malware and phishing attacks as well as hacking attempts on devices when the devices are stolen or lost.