T-Mobile recently released yet another Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean software update for users of the Optimus L9, this time to add “security enhancements.”
Update ahoy, AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 users! New carrier firmware contains a number of enhancements.
With months to go until this Samsung smartphone hits stores, the Galaxy S4 rumors continue today with an update on a rumored future software update policy that will kick in once the new flagship device is launched.
AT&T is updating their Galaxy S III to Jelly Bean via OTA update today. It was available before as a download through their Kies software, but now it will be over-the-air for everyone.
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.
Sony’s been rather busy lately, releasing a bunch of new phones, as well as a pretty well-received tablet, but that doesn’t mean it has forgotten all about slightly older devices. The Tablet S has never been extremely popular, despite being upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich back in April, but maybe it’s finally time for the 9.4-incher to shine.
The buttery smooth Jelly Bean is on the mind of many ICS users, but while we’re stuck on ICS, we might as well enjoy the Android 4.0 experience at its fullest, right? T-Mobile HTC One S owners are now spoiled with an update that will take their phones from Android 4.0.3 and HTC Sense 4.0 to Android 4.0.4 and Sense 4.1.
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.
It did take a while for a software update to be pushed to the myTouch and myTouch Q, but starting today the mid-rangers are treated with a new OTA package to “improve device performance and stability.” The upgrade leaves the handhelds stuck with Android 2.3.6, but ups the devices to build number C85B839SP03.
DeployGate may be the best thing to come along in a while, especially for developers, who have enough struggles keeping Github and Sourceforge projects up and running. Android shines again, as DG is a real-time, OTA service that lets any amount of beta testers try out apps in development phase and DG, in turn, monitors performance.