Galaxy S3 owners on Vodafone – The wait is nearly over!

The Vodafone Blog has been updated with a notable change, the 4.1.1 Jellybean update is scheduled to roll out this coming Monday. In the never ending race between the carriers to get updated out to their branded Android handsets, it seems that Vodafone has won the race on the Galaxy S3 Jellybean update, adding it to their already considerable list of updates they’ve beaten the others to. I for one cannot wait; I nearly went with a third party ROM to get Jellybean, telling myself “Be patient, it’s coming” and there’s now a light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s hope (unlike the Nexus S Jellybean update) it’s not the midday express.

Source: Vodafone Software Update Blog.
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dave
dave
7 years ago

No news for the GS2 i9100T jelly bean?

Damon Lewis
Damon Lewis
Reply to  dave
7 years ago

A 4.1.2 firmware was just leaked for the i9100 so it’s probably still a while off hitting local carriers and then extra time for the T version.

Joey Tribbiani
7 years ago

Dual booted with Siyah Kernel. Running 4.1.2 on both Omega ROM and CM10.. can’t wait for CM10.1 with Android 4.2 ๐Ÿ™‚

Screw carrier updates!

NOZ
NOZ
7 years ago

Would be interesting to know if this rollout contains the bug telstra delayed the update for

Al
Al
7 years ago

Yeah!

nicholas
nicholas
7 years ago

I went for the 4.1.2 leak (ELK4) after resisting messing about with custom ROMs on this for sooo long. The leak is pretty great, but has a GPS bug. So I might roll back to stock and pick up the official update.

dharm
dharm
7 years ago

yahoo cant wait ,,,, go voda,,,,

Damon Lewis
Damon Lewis
7 years ago

4.1.2 is great for the S3. Lots of good features so hopefully it doesn’t take too long to come out for the rest of you.

MyTechDroid
MyTechDroid
Reply to  Damon Lewis
7 years ago

That means you have already the update?

Damon Lewis
Damon Lewis
Reply to  MyTechDroid
7 years ago

Leaks for Samsung phones are very common. It hasn’t been officially released anywhere but it is in development.

James Jones
7 years ago

apparently the optus update has been delayed…typical

PointZeroOne
PointZeroOne
7 years ago

YES OH YES YES YES