T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S II receives Android 4.1.2
0. phoneArena 08 Apr 2013, 10:10 posted on
The Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile started back in April 2011 with Android 2.3 on board and was updated to Android 4.0 last July; now the handset is being updated to Android 4.1.2 which means smooth as silk, lag-free Project Butter, actionable notifications allowing you to return calls or respond to messages directly from the notifications panel, and Google Now which sends out information you need when you need it...
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2. rojiblanko (Posts: 23; Member since: 14 Oct 2011)
and at&t hasn't update the Original Galaxy note to JB...thank God I got rid of it and bought my Nexus 4! BTW Good job T-mobile!
3. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4163; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Haha, just a few days after me and my cousin traded. She didn't like her GS3 because it was just a little too big, my GS2 was the perfect size for her so we traded once I told her about the 4.1 update that would bring Nature UX to it.
4. sid07desai (Posts: 288; Member since: 03 May 2012)
Proudly rocking the AOKP JB mr6 build on my Tmobile S2. Pure 4.4.2 is way better than Touchwiz. I think I'll stick with my S2 till S4 arrives. Didnt feel the need to get S3 as it wasnt necessary.
5. oister85 (Posts: 424; Member since: 27 Apr 2012)
My s3 on att is only 4.1.1 what's up with that? Why not 4.1.2
6. devonblue4u (Posts: 48; Member since: 12 Apr 2011)
My Galaxy S1 and 3 Gnote1's (2 N7000's and 1 SGH-I717R) are loaded up with 4.2.2 JB and have been for a coupla months now. Never depend on the maker to take care of you after they have your dough. DYI!
8. dudeyoureabarista (Posts: 16; Member since: 24 Jun 2012)
Does anybody happen to know about the AT&T Galaxy S2 (I777) jelly bean update? Not the Skyrocket. Because isn't the AT&T Galaxy S2 similar to the international one? So I expected that to receive the update first...
9. McParty (Posts: 1; Member since: 31 Aug 2008)
Has anyone actually installed the the update yet?