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After Sony made Jelly Bean official for the Xperia T earlier in the month, it didn’t take long for mobile operators in the UK to start rolling out the software update to the handset. Following O2, Three has announced on its Twitter page that it’s now ready to serve Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to its customers.

It seems that the Jelly Bean update won’t be available to download via OTA, which means you have to use the latest version of Sony PC companion software to fetch and install the file. You’ll want to make sure that the there’s an ample amount of battery juice left in your phone before installing the update and backup all important data and files.

Aside from bringing the buttery smooth Jelly Bean to your Xperia T, Sony has also included some new features and enhancements. You’ll get a new User Interface, up to 7 homescreens, improved camera app, and more.

Check Three’s website right here for the full instruction. Let us know how it goes in the comments below.

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