The official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for Samsung Galaxy S2 recently leaked, and the works for its release is coming really soon. XDA developers came up with the Android 4.1 version as well, and it does seem to be free of bugs and believed to be the final version of 4.1.
Samsung said that the official version will be coming out very soon, and the leaks determined that the new firmware appears to be flawless. Galaxy S2 I9100 users who cannot wait any longer can obtain the ROM and flash it themselves to the device or rather wait for the real deal soon from Samsung.
In the United States, AT&T, T-Mobile, Spring and Verizon remain to have no commitments if their Galaxy S2 variants will receive an update soon. Hopefully, after Samsung released the official update, operators could rush the update for their customers.
CyanogenMod is the most popular version of Android custom ROMs and has released various updates to many Android devices. However, there are more custom ROMs aside from CM which you can use to get the Jelly Bean taste with more or less spice on it.
6. ThinkingBridge ROM 4.2.2 Jelly Bean: It is an Android aftermarket firmware which is built with the purpose to offer maximum stability, high performance, and an appealing UI.
7. Zero Bug 4.1.2 Jelly Bean: It features fast, smooth, and as soon as possible, a bug-free ROM. It includes the Beats Audio technology and Bravia Engine 2.
8. Vanilla RootBox 4.1.2 Jelly Bean: It is built straight from RootBox sources and carries very light installation without any extra or useless apps. It comes with pure Android UI combined with AOKP and CM features.