Tag Archives: Multi-Window

AT&T Now Updating Galaxy Note II With Multi-Window

Yesterday we reported on AT&T stating that they will be releasing the multi-window update for their Galaxy Note II, and now they’re rolling it out to Note II owners. The update is fairly big at 178MB but it adds multi-window, an amazing and much requested feature. Go to Settings > About phone > Software updates and check for a new update, hopefully… Read more

AT&T Adding Multi-Window To Their Galaxy Note II Tomorrow

AT&T is the only carrier left that hasn’t added back the multi-window feature to their Galaxy Note II. We don’t know why it disappeared from the US models in the first place, but each one has been putting it back in through updates. AT&T is finally doing the same, releasing the update as an OTA tomorrow. It should be a small update, but it will add the… Read more

UK Samsung Galaxy S III Owners Are The First To Receive The “Premium Suite” Upgrade

If you’re an international Galaxy S III owner and the multi-window capabilities of the Galaxy Note II have you feeling pangs of jealousy, UK owners have some good news. Remember that forthcoming “Premium Suite” Samsung has shown off the past two weeks, well it’s arriving for UK Galaxy S III owners right now. You’ll get some useful extras… Read more

Sprint Updates Their Galaxy Note II, Adds Multi Window

Outside of the US, the Samsung Galaxy Note II has a famous feature called Multi Window. It allows you to run two apps at the same time, one on top of the other, on the massive 5.5″ HD display. It’s a great multitasking feature, but it’s been strangely absent in all the US models. We don’t know of any possible reason, but that’s the way it is…. Read more

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II Multi-Window Feature May Head To Galaxy SIII Via Android 4.1.2 Update

One of the most innovative and highly touted features on Samsung’s new Galaxy Note II is the device’s Multi-Window ability. Suddenly multi-tasking has become possible. For example, users can now have two applications open on-screen at any one time – a browser window up top, and a YouTube video down below all without slowing down the phone. Well it… Read more