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Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S3 – Now for Vodafone and O2 users

Just a few days ago we spotted that lucky Galaxy S3 users on the Three network were receiving the latest Android OS update – Jelly Bean. Now it’s the turn of Vodafone customers, who can download the update either via Kies or Over The Air. We’d love to …

HTC, Android updates, and iterative hardware [opinon]

I wish I’d been on the podcast two weeks ago, to have a rant about the One X+. For some reason, this minor hardware update has completely set me off. The key selling point seems to be that it’s running Jellybean along with an updated version of Sense. …

Samsung announces the Galaxy SIII Mini

As widely leaked, Samsung have today announced the Galaxy SIII Mini.  As the name suggests, the device looks like a shrunken down Galaxy SIII and features the same nature UX of its bigger sibling. The 4.0″ Super AMOLED handset comes with a dual core 1GHz processor, Android 4.1 …

Transformer Prime receiving Jelly Bean right now

Get checking for updates if you’re lucky enough to have a Asus Transformer Prime TF201 here in the UK, get checking for updates. We’re hearing that the new Android Jelly Bean update (4.1.1) is now rolling out. Florian has mailed us and he’s very happy with the update, …

Samsung Galaxy SIII – Official Jelly Bean ROM on video

Just a few days back we highlighted the fact that Jelly Bean – the new Android OS version – would be arriving pretty soon on the Samsung Galaxy SIII. Now things have taken a step closer, with the official ROM update apparently leaking and getting filmed below. Link …

Speed boost for the HTC One X thanks to leaked Sense 4.1 and new ROM

Want some more “zing” from your HTC One X? Well, if you don’t mind busting your warranty, losing the support from your network and potentially making your shoes explode – the new HTC One maXimus ROM. It includes a leaked version of HTC Sense 4.1 – current ROMs …

ZTE N880E gets upgraded to Jelly Bean in China

Powered by Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), the new ZTE N880E has a 4″ WVGA capacitive screen, 1GHz CPU, 4GB of memory and a 3.2 megapixel camera. The usual GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth fun is chucked in but, despite what you may read elsewhere, this isn’t a new phone. …

Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) will arrive on the One X and One S

The HTC One X. You probably read our review and bought one. It’s a great phone, just like the One S (above), but until today we couldn’t be sure that Android 4.1 was going to be available for these handsets. Luckily Jeff Gordon, HTC’s Global Online Communications Manager, …

Jelly Bean arriving on Galaxy Nexus devices through Vodafone

Vodafone customers! Come close! If you bought the Galaxy Nexus it’s probably worth checking for updates. The all-new Android Jelly Bean has arrived and we’ve had people upgrading this morning. Jelly Bean, aka Android 4.1, has a smooth interface (codenamed “Project Butter”), Android Beam for NFC transfers, an …

Jelly Bean, now for the Galaxy S.. slightly unofficially

What? The very latest version of Android for a phone that came out two years ago? Surely not. Well actually, yes. The Galaxy S, aka the Samsung I9000, has now received a Jelly Bean port via forum member “mkalter”. This doesn’t seem to be one of those “nothing …

Jellybean for the Galaxy Nexus hits XDA

Well that didn’t take long. Although Android 4.1 will officially be coming in July as an OTA update for existing devices, those wizards over at XDA already have the stock version released yesterday at Google IO available to download and flash to your device. If you know how …

Jelly Bean goes up on the Google lawn

Tomorrow is the start of the big Google developers conference – Google I/O. We’ll be bringing live coverage as the event unfolds, but right now Google have just finished putting up the Jelly Bean sculpture on their lawn. Although the beans started off on the floor they’ve now …

Jellybean coming soon as Android 4.1

Just days ahead of Google IO, news of the next version of Android has leaked via an unlikely source: Google’s very own Play Store. Jellybean will officially be Android 4.1 and will apparently be with us soon, according to the listing for the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus. Not much …

Google Nexus tablet snapped

On the whole, it’s safe to say that Android tablets haven’t done as well as the iPad. The Android “carpet bomb” approach just doesn’t seem to have worked all that well as far as tablets are concerned. Sure, the Galaxy Tab range has done fantastically well but Google …