It's finally arrived. Galaxy S2 Skyrocket users on AT&T's network are finally receiving their servings of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Owners of the Galaxy S2 smartphone have been waiting for months for the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update, and finally Vodafone UK has provided it.
Samsung has released the source code for their Galaxy Note GT-N7000 smartphone.
An Android software update is now available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.
Some Sprint customers are reporting receiving Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean upgrades. Is this the start of a nationwide upgrade, or a limited release?
Sure, a lot of people are looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S4 handset, but Samsung's flagship offering from last year, the Galaxy S3, is by no means a slouch. The smartphone was, and is, the first legitimate competitor to the iPhone, and Samsung is planning on keeping it relevant with an Android 4.2 update.
It's finally here. After a botched release around Christmas last year, it looks like Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR and RAZR Maxx owners will be getting their official taste of Jelly Bean before Q1 2013 ends.
Sure, HTC wowed its audience with its brand new HTC One smartphone that is designed to help it recapture some of the Android market share - but what about its old pride and joy, the HTC One X? Owners of the One X have been patiently waiting for their handsets to be updated to Jelly Bean, and Jelly Bean has started hitting those devices in certain parts of the world, the update is still nowhere to be seen in America.
It seems that Canadians have once again gotten the jump on an Android update over those of us in the United States. The latest recipients of the Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update seem to be those on the Rogers network.
Guess what? It's finally here. Samsung Galaxy Note owners have been watching their 2011 brethern, Galaxy S2 owners, slowly get their fill of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and now it looks like they can finally join in on the fun. Reports indicate that the Galaxy Note international model GT-N7000 is receiving Android 4.1.2.
As the months seem to drag on, Samsung Galaxy Note owners are still left wondering when they will get their first taste of Jelly Bean, and as February passes its midpoint, there's still no indication that Android 4.1 is getting pushed out. The closest release date we know of, it seems, should be in March, and in Ukraine.
Samsung is still in the process of rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OTA to its Galaxy S2 handsets worldwide, but in the meantime in the Korean electronics manufacturer and current King of the Android market has released the Galaxy S2 Android 4.1 kernel source code so that open source developers can have their fun with it.
As the month of February wears on, more and more variants of Samsung's best-selling handset from 2011, the Galaxy S2, are receiving their fill of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The latest recipient happens to be the GT-I9100M commonly found in Canada.
It was just yesterday that we reported that Android 4.2.2 was rolling out to Google's Nexus devices - with one small caveat. The popular flagship phone, LG's Nexus 4, was left out. Well just one day later it looks like the Google Nexus 4 is now receiving its Android 4.2.2 goodness OTA.
Google Nexus device owners can count themselves as part of the lucky few in the world that receive the latest version Android first. Most of them are running Android 4.2 already, while most other devices are still playing catch up to Android 4.1, and it looks like Google is now rolling out Android 4.2.2 for the GSM versions of the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10.