Samsung Galaxy S3 with Jelly Bean update finally arrived in United States via Sprint and in unlocked phones.
Samsung Galaxy S3 handsets with Android Jelly Bean update started to roll out in the tech market. For Galaxy S3 owners in certain parts around world, however, Jelly Bean is already out. Website YouMobile keeps an updated list of which country has already received Jelly Bean. So far, 10 countries are listed has having received the Galaxy S3 Jean update: Austria, France, Italy, Korea, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
>Unlocked SIM-free Samsung handsets usually get Android
updates after all the devices locked to phone networks get the update. New reports claimed that the company started rolling out on October 24 for unlocked, SIM-free Galaxy S3 smartphones.
Moreover, it was reported that Samsung Galaxy S3 with Jelly Bean update arrived in US through Sprint. Now, American consumers will now be able to enjoy the perks of Jelly Bean in their handsets.
How to Install Jelly Bean Update in Samsung Galaxy S3
- The latest Google software for phones and tablets, Jelly Bean, is now available for download as an over-the-air (OTA) update. The firmware "JRO03C.I9300XXDLJ4" is 284.36MB and, therefore, for a faster download it would be better to download it over Wi-Fi rather than over 3G.
- If a user has not received an automatic notification for a software update, then they can check manually. The procedure to check manually is as follows:
- Go to the 'Settings' menu and Scroll to the bottom, then tap 'About device'.
- Tap 'Software update'. (It is advisable to ensure that a user is connected to Wi-Fi for faster download speed and to save data.)
- Tap 'Update' and wait. If the update is available for the handset it will initiate and install automatically.
- If the handset does not install anything, try again later.
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