AT&T Galaxy Note Ice Cream Sandwich official build finally leaked

And just like we reported, the folks at RootzWiki have finally made the Android 4.0 build for the AT&T variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note available. Apparently, this build was sent to RootzWiki by Samsung. Check out all of its working features:

  • Face Unlock is fully functional
  • LTE connections are solid and up to speed
  • Phone calls work great both ways
  • Audio quality is up to par
  • Stereo Bluetooth is fully functional
  • MMS is fully functional
  • GPS is fully functional
  • Google Talk and Video Chat work
  • Google Voice is fully functional
  • Task Manager is smooth and transitions are quick
  • Downloaded Flash video and in-browser video works flawlessly
  • Chrome autosync is fully functional
  • AT&T Hotspot functionality works, external devices connect fine

So if you have the AT&T Galaxy Note, chances are you will not lose your LTE connection or the Hotspot functionality. As far as the Samsung Tools are concerned, the build tester found the following changes:

  • Samsung Planner is now Calendar
  • New Calendar widgets include Month, Mini Task, Three Day Task, Mini Today, Agenda, Task, and Mini Agenda
  • There is a new Samsung Memo widget

RootzWiki added that you may encounter some issues with TouchWiz which may crash on first boot and when adding a Google Play account.

For instructions on how to download the ICS build for the Galaxy Note, head to RootzWiki. Let us know how you like it.

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