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    Default New firmware solves multi touch issue.

    There's a new firmware for the sm-p600 and for the most part the single press and hold and the multi touch issue is fixed. Here's an example. Multi touch issue for the note 10.1 2014 edition f:

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    For some reason I'm missing the purpose of video....

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    It was a video I posted cause on the old firmware it had a single touch issue as well as multi touch. With the single touch issue it would drop the app after 24 seconds basically not recognizing a touch that would last longer than 24 seconds. That affected lots of games and other apps.

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    I hope samsung pushes this firmware sometime in the near future :/

    I just have prob selecting text to copy due to thus issue.
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    Did you get the update OTA? What country is your Note from?
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    No I manually installed it from Odin. Took 15 minutes to download from someones Google drive link. And I have the sm-p600 WiFi. From the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Estridge View Post
    No I manually installed it from Odin. Took 15 minutes to download from someones Google drive link. And I have the sm-p600 WiFi. From the US.

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    So you saw it on that XDA message... I was hoping for an actual OTA update without tripping knox...
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    Does flashing stock firmware with Odin trip Knox? But you could always try kies3.

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    I don't know. I thought it would
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    Not if it's an official firmware. If it's signed by Samsung, it will not trip Knox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuriHL View Post
    Not if it's an official firmware. If it's signed by Samsung, it will not trip Knox.
    That's what I thought... But didn't want to give out info I wasn't 100% on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Estridge View Post
    That's what I thought... But didn't want to give out info I wasn't 100% on

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    I've not personally tested it, but, I've read enough about it to know that if it's signed it won't trip KNOX. Now, if KNOX was already tripped, flashing a signed stock image won't fix that, either, afaik. But if it came from Samsung it's "safe" to flash...at least as far as KNOX is concerned.
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    Default Re: New firmware solves multi touch issue.

    I don't have the issue described. Was this only in some P600s?
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