French Android publication Hot To Come is reporting that Jelly Bean has begun rolling out to HTC One SV devices. There has been no official confirmation just yet though. Have you gotten an update to Jelly Bean on the One SV?
Three months after Android 4.1 came to Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S3, a newer version of Jelly Bean is now heading to the phone. It’s not Android 4.2, though.
Sony’s Jelly Bean counter, which has been especially set up for Xperia T owners, has been serving satisfied customers all over the world for a month, except those in the US. Now, it’s Xperia TL’s turn to get the update.
Following the rollout of Android 4.1.2 for the international variant of Galaxy Note last month, Samsung has now released the Jelly Bean source code for the GT-N7000 handset.
The Android 4.1.2 rollout date for the LG Optimus G on Sprint is still a mystery, but we’re now hearing that several owners of the flagship device have received the long-awaited update.
Following O2, Three UK has announced on its Twitter page that it’s begun serving Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to its Xperia T customers.
After being delayed numerous times, Rogers is finally pushing out the Android 4.1.2 software update for the Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE.
The Galaxy Note Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update is rolling out to the international model (GT-N7000) over-the-air or via KIES in various countries.
A week ago, the WiFi Galaxy Note 10.1 in the U.S. received its Android 4.1.2 software update. The same firmware update is reportedly being pushed out by Samsung to the WiFi Galaxy Note 10.1 in Germany.
Almost every online citizen abreast with the latest in the mobile technology scene knows that the flavor of Android known as Jelly Bean is the latest and the smoothest to date. But, which Jelly Bean? Two varieties exist for this sweet treat: Android 4.1 (which debuted with the Google Nexus 7) and Android 4.2 (which came out with the Google Nexus 4 and the Google Nexus 10). Should you be gravely concerned that the phone that you’re longing to buy runs only Android 4.1? Or, should you just go ahead and buy an Android 4.2 device such as the Nexus…