Tegra Note platform receives OTA to Android 4.3, enhancements and bug fixes

Tegra Note platform receives OTA to Android 4.3, enhancements and bug fixes

If you own a Tegra Note 7 device, you should be seeing an update soon – if you haven’t already.

NVIDIA announced earlier this week that it was releasing an OTA update that brings new features and capabilities to all devices on the Note platform, including devices from EVGA, ADVENT, Gigabyte, Shenzhen Homecare Technology, ZOTAC and XOLO.

The OTA updates the device to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (sorry no KitKat yet), brings an enhanced the Tegra NOTE stylus experience with support for left-handed users and improvements in overall response, a DirectStylus help option under the device setting’s menu, a stylus removal and insert notification on the notification bar and the ability to capture the notification bar with full-screen capture.

Other features in the update include an always-on high-dynamic range (AOHDR) capability for the camera, which “utilizes Tegra 4’s processing power and Chimera computational photography architecture,” video stabilization, tuning and optimizations to improve camera performance under certain lighting conditions,  the ability to transfer app and data files from internal memory to an external microSD card, and some security and bug fixes.


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