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.
Droid RAZR users still have a chance to upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean after all — albeit through an unofficial method. This method has been made available by user spc_hicks09 through the XDA Developers forum.
Following news of AT&T’s multi-window software upgrade rollout for users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, U.S. Cellular has gone and done the same thing with the release of its very own “Android 4.1.4″ software update.
It appears that AT&T has fulfilled its promise of rolling out the multi-window software update to users of the Galaxy Note 2 as earlier reported. This small update is now available for download over the air.
Users of the Excite 10 are now getting Jelly Bean as part of an ongoing software rollout that started earlier this week. Toshiba first released the Excite 10 upgrade software in some parts of the U.S. over the weekend.
One of the coolest features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, multi-window, still isn’t available with some carriers. T-Mobile users will be the next to get the feature, with a software update arriving Wednesday, December 19th.
We don’t usually like to play favorites, but if we were to choose between Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore, we would go for Android’s primary source of apps anytime.
Motorola offered details on its Jelly Bean trade up program and updated its Jelly Bean update schedule. The latest generation of Razr devices will get their Jelly Bean fix by the end of the year. Devices like the Atrix HD, Photon Q, or last year’s Droid Razr will be updated to Jelly Bean at an unspecified time.
After officially learning that all US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3 will get Jelly Bean “soon”, we all hoped to get automatic prompt messages for downloading a new buttery software package on our super-phones. That hasn’t happened yet, although owners of the US Cellular version of the S3 are getting a (much less significant) update as we speak.
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.