by Adrian Diaconescu, 6 months ago
Though Samsung has gone out of its way lately to ensure all Galaxy S3 users worldwide can get a taste of Jelly Bean, there are still a couple of loose ends to be tied up…
If you have the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III, you're in for a treat today. It has been announced that AT&T will begin rolling out the official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. The roll out starts today. So if you haven't received your notification yet, you should in the very near future.
In order to receive it the update, people will have to be on a WiFi connection. It's also never a bad idea to plug it into a charger. No one wants their battery to die during an update. So be sure both conditions apply beforehand. If you haven't gotten the notification yet, go into the settings menu, tap About Phone, and manually search.
The update could feature most, if not all, of the same features the international Galaxy S III received when it was updated. This includes multi-window capabilities and Page Buddy. Also, all the performance goodies that comes with Jelly Bean such as Project Butter.
Well, according to Engadget, the update has actually been available since December. However, in order to get it, people would've had to install Samsung Kies. That can be tedious and many don't like Kies. It was kept on the down low, but it was there. This is just AT&T launching it officially over the air.
So for most, this will be the first word of an update to Jelly Bean. Have any AT&T customers upgraded to Jelly Bean 4.1 yet? If you have, let us know how you like it so far!