According to a recent story on Android Geeks that’s based on a curious news tip, Samsung has already started rolling out the Jelly Bean software update to Galaxy Note users through Samsung Kies.
December is turning out to be a good month for those who long for some Jelly Bean goodies on their Samsung Galaxy S3. Following Sprint and T-Mobile, AT&T subscribers that sport the flagship Galaxy S3 can now get their buttery smooth software update.
The good news that we got this morning is that the Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean update has just begun rolling out for the international version of the device. The first country to receive the Galaxy S3 Android 4.1 update is Poland. The updates should be available via Kies and Over the Air. More details after the break.
Samsung has said that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note will come “very soon”. It’s not too early to start preparing for the jelly party, but owners of the Note may want to first welcome what appears to be the last major ICS update for the original phablet that the company is cooking up.
Grab your USB cable…again. Samsung has made the AT&T Galaxy S II Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update available via Samsung Kies. Earlier this week, we excitedly reported that AT&T had released this update, sadly to see it removed without a trace. Samsung and AT&T were apparently just “testing” the release and preparing their servers for distribution. Don’t worry SGS2 owners, this time, the update isn’t going anywhere.
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