It looks like we have another Galaxy Note getting upgraded to Android 4.1.2. Earlier in the day we saw details about the Verizon branded Galaxy Note II update and now we have details of the AT&T branded Galaxy Note (i717).
LG announced Jelly Bean for the international variant of the Optimus L9 back in mid-March. That update began rolling out immediately as was expected, however it left things up in the air for those with a T-Mobile branded Optimus
Earlier in the month we learned that 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
Samsung began rolling out 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
The US Cellular branded Galaxy Axiom has become the latest Samsung device to get an update to Jelly Bean. In this case, that means Android 4.1.2. Those who happen to be carrying this particular handset should be able to grab the
A recently discovered security flaw shows how you can gain brief access to the homescreen of a Samsung Galaxy Note II running Android 4.1.2. This flaw can be used regardless of which method you are using to secure your handset.
It looks like the Jelly Bean update process has begun for the AT&T branded Sony Xperia TL smartphone. Unfortunately that bit of good news does come with a catch. The update process has just begun and at the moment we have yet
A bit of good news has arrived for those using a Motorola Electrify M with US Cellular — an update has been announced. The update is coming as Jelly Bean, specifically, Android 4.1.2 and will be coming over-the-air. Users
There have been some ROMs based off of CyanogenMod that will get Jelly Bean on your Nook HD+, however we suspect not everyone is going to want to go that route. If that happens to be the case for you, there is now another option
Given the Galaxy Note II‘s success, it’s no surprise that Samsung is quick to support it. Owners of the international Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100) are in for a treat today, as SamMobile reports that Samsung is beginning