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Android 4.1 comes to Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II

Android 4.1 comes to Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II
The update can be manually downloaded and installed

The update can be manually downloaded and installed

Android 4.1 has started rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II. The update, sent out in phases via the OTA process, started on Wednesday. This means if you did not receive the notification yet of update, do not jump. Do not panic. Do not pass Go and collect $200. You will get Android 4.1. You can try to coax out the update manually by going to Menu Key > Settings > About Device > Software Updates > Check New. The size of update is 506.6MB and it should take 10-12 minutes to download and another 10-12 minutes to install. When you install the update, you will not be able to make or take phone calls on the device.

You've heard us talk many times of the Project Butter responsiveness added by the Android 4.1 update. It removes the lag that you might have noticed at times on your Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II. Another main feature is Google Now. With this application, cards are pushed out containing information that is important to you, exactly when you need it. And actionable notifications allows you to make calls, view pictures and video, and respond to emails directly from the notification screen.

source: Verizon (1), (2) via UnwiredView
 
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posted on 28 Mar 2013, 01:39 2

1. Berzerk000 (Posts: 3659; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)


Come on, it's been almost 2 months since the GS2 got Jelly Bean, where's my serving? Samsung, T-Mobile, whoever is delaying my update, stop it.

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