Xperia Tablet S can rest easy tonight knowing that starting tomorrow, April 18th, Sony will start pushing out the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the slate. The folks from Sony have just announced the details over on their blog, and we'll be able to get the latest and greatest starting tomorrow morning.
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LG Escape launched with AT&T as a budget-priced device back in September of last year. At the time the Escape was running Ice Cream Sandwich, however it looks like that will soon be changing. In fact, AT&T has said that Jelly Bean is now available for those carrying an LG Escape. The update is arriving as Android 4.1 and will be available over-the-air.
Motorola DROID Bionic is getting a much needed and hotly anticipated update starting today and over the next few weeks. Last week we reported the update to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean was in the works, then Friday Verizon confirmed the details. Today we're happy to confirm it's rolling out as we speak.
Motorola had begun testing the Jelly Bean update for the DROID Bionic. And well, it looks like that update is just about ready to begin rolling out to Verizon Wireless users. The carrier has since detailed the update and as such we now know that it will be arriving as Android 4.1.2 and with build number 98.72.22.XT875.
Samsung have just announced yet another device that is getting updated to the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. This is one of many in a long line of recent updates from Samsung, and it's something we're glad to finally see. Samsung's been busy updating everything from the original Galaxy Note, Galaxy S II, and now less popular devices like the Galaxy Victory.
milestone was reached in terms of unlocking and hacking Motorola smartphones. Motorola's encrypted bootloaders finally were cracked and it represents a first for many of their latest devices. Nothing close to this has been achieved on a Motorola device yet. Sadly the process requires a rooted device, and for many that wasn't available until now.
Jelly Bean, and today we have one more device to add to the list of updates. The Galaxy S II flavor on AT&T with way too long of a name is getting the update to Jelly Bean starting this afternoon. All you Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket 4G LTE owners will want to head down past the break for more details.
Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S II back in February. The good news as of today, that update is now available for those with T-Mobile. The carrier has detailed the update process and two things stand out as needing to be known -- the update is large and it is not available over-the-air.
Facebook and HTC finally announced their joint venture into another Facebook Phone, although this time it truly is more of a Facebook Phone than the previous failures. We've been seeing mixed feelings and reports on the entire idea, and it's safe to say we have our own doubts. However, there is one awesome fact about the HTC first. It runs stock Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean under the Facebook Home launcher.