by Adrian Diaconescu, 4 months ago
People can’t be too happy with Samsung’s software updating “efforts” since the still very popular Galaxy S2 was supposed to get the Jelly Bean bump back in November 2012 and ended up being left to…
After months of waiting and anticipating, the Samsung Galaxy S2 finally received its Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update. However, only the international version of the phone seems to have been upgraded, while those in the U.S. will have to wait for more confirmation from respective carriers.
If you’re on T-Mobile, we have some good news and bad news to share. The carrier is rolling out a new software update to the phone, but it’s not the one you expected.
The 11MB update, which is being rolled out via OTA and Kies, will bring the baseband on your phone to version T989UVLI4. Here’s the rather short changelog:
To keep things positive, think of this minor update as a precursor to the big Jelly Bean one, which hopefully is just right around the corner. So, did you get the update yet?