Samsung Galaxy S III Android 4.1.1 update scheduled November 26th for Vodafone Australia
The update is being sent out OTA, but for those who can't wait, a hookup to the ol' PC and the use of Samsung Kies will coax out Android 4.1.1 manually. Vodafone's main competitors in the country, Telus and Optus, already offer the LTE enabled Samsung Galaxy S III with Jelly Bean installed, so Vodafone is playing catch up in Australia.
In the U.S., Sprint was the first carrier to disseminate Android 4.1 to its Samsung Galaxy S III users while some T-Mobile customers claimed to have received the update a week and a half ago. A leaked version of the update, believed to be the final build for Verizon customers with the model, was spotted a couple of weeks ago making Big Red's Samsung Galaxy S III owners the favorites to get Jelly Bean next.
source: Vodafone, Ausdroid via AndroidAuthority
1. WinC76 posted on 23 Nov 2012, 06:52 2 0
It's just sad to see that the Galaxy S III in Australia got JB before the Galaxy Nexus did! Even Vodafone is testing the JB update for the Galaxy S II already...
2. Dandroid15 posted on 23 Nov 2012, 13:37 2 0
What the hell! its Telstra not telus
And im glad to see that Australia is finally ahead of the updates cuz we're usually one of the last
3. yajia1 posted on 23 Nov 2012, 20:52 0 0
LOL. Australia's update for the S3 is 2months late. And what about my f*cking Telstra S3? Do we live in the North Pole to be too late in updates? And there's no Telus here PA. It's the f*cking telecom called Telstra!!! Is it really so hard to optimize all their f*cking bloatwares to JB? Im going to disable them anyways! Bloody idiots. Im guessing by the time the whole world gets the 4.1.2, is the time we get our 4.1.1. and by the time the rest gets the 4.2 is the time we get the 4.1.2. Suckers!