Rogers pushes back Jelly Bean update for Razr HD, Galaxy Note, and others to February

by: Bams SadewoJanuary 19, 2013

Motorola RAZR HD

If you’ve been waiting to hear some jolly good news on Jelly Bean from Rogers this January, prepare to get slightly disappointed, as the Canadian carrier has delayed rolling out the Android 4.1 software updates for some of its devices for the umpteenth time.

Wondering just how long you’ll have to wait? Check out the latest OS upgrades schedule that Rogers has posted on its website below.


Those who own the Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE or Galaxy Note can expect to see Jelly Bean in late February. The Motorola Razr HD has been promised the buttery smooth upgrade since December, but the new schedule now puts it at early February. As for the Sony Xperia T, the handset is expected to get the software bump up in mid-February.

It’s not that too bad of a delay, but there’s no guarantee that it won’t get pushed back again. Obviously, we’re hoping that it won’t.  Can you stand approximately another month living with Ice Cream Sandwich?

  • haha I knew jumping to the GT-N7000 was a great idea! I had the SGH i717 for a while but the rom selection was kinda lame and the development scene for the International version is stellar because of the number of leaked official stock JB roms, Anyways, I am very happy with my decision, had a feeling they would be dragging their feet like crazy with this update.

  • Ugh, why wouldn’t they just skip 4.1 and push out 4.2. Douches!

  • Max

    February? Oh, but which year…?

  • grey

    there should be some sort of clause that makes the carrier allow the upgrade by a certain time and if there are to many push backs then the customer should get a discount on their bill for each delay until the update is released

  • Yeah?! well then honestly! I’ve been waiting for that update since September 2012! I hope it’s now official on February this time!

  • aron

    Money know to earn…….
    The software delay month a months…….
    If like this…I never support Samsung…..
    Better use iphone

    • charly

      Yeah? -and when was the last iphone update?….