Tagged: Android 4.1
Motorola may not be perfect in terms of how fast they are able to roll-out an Android update, they have always been pretty good at providing status updates. The company has long had a support page on their site. More important, that page has seen frequent updates. The issue had always been in the discovery though -- you see, the page generally consisted of one long list with lots of names and model numbers.
LG recently began teasing in advance of Mobile World Congress and while we wait to see what they have planned for the show, it looks like they have also started teasing some current device owners with an update. Specifically, teasing those with an Optimus 4X HD, Optimus L9 and Optimus L7 with Jelly Bean. The details are still at a minimum, however if you happen to be carrying any of those three devices -- an update is in the works.
Jelly Bean updates. Earlier today we learned Motorola was rolling-out Android 4.1.2 for the Electrify M and now it looks like the company has an update ready for those in Canada. Specifically, for those carrying the RAZR HD LTE smartphone, which is available with Rogers and Fido.
BlackBerry 10 was going to have support for Android apps, however the runtime support had previously been limited to an older version of Android. In fact, it has been limited to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread. The good news is that BlackBerry has recently confirmed an update is in the works.
AT&T has announced the latest update for the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro smartphone. And yes, this update is bringing Jelly Bean. In fact, the update will arrive as Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean along with baseband version I547UCBLL1 and build number JRO03L.I547UCBLL1. Perhaps more exciting here -- this update is available now and users can grab it over-the-air or using Kies.
Jelly Bean, which was released back in June during the I/O conference. This year also marked a time when we began seeing some positive reviews coming from those who previously bashed Android.
Motorola has been pretty good about keeping users up to date in terms of which devices were being upgraded and when those updates could be expected to begin rolling out. Granted, that is not to say they have been the fastest to update, but more that they have offered a regularly updated "Software Upgrade News" page.
had heard that the original Galaxy Note was going to get Jelly Bean along with the multi-window support back in November. And since then, Samsung seems to have remained quiet in terms of a confirmation. But that has since changed and the official Samsung Galaxy Note micro-site has confirmed those details.